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by M.Cadoo & P.Stephan

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Ujat-jhem1 05:14
Ujat-jhem2 03:52
Ujat-jhem3 04:20
Ujat-jhem4 06:03
Ujat-jhem5 05:10
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Ujat-jhem8 05:36


Mike Cadoo (Bitcrush) and Paul Stephan (Xoloder) have been quietly collaborating on music for nearly half their lives in some form. It began when they were roommates living in a desolate pre-BART suburb in the east San Francisco Bay area. Paul working the graveyard shift would leave unfinished works on their collective 4 track. Mike would, in turn after his morning shift, add to Paul's aural experiments. This very process was repeated in a loop and is an apt metaphor to the music itself. These experiments sit frozen in time on a multitude of tapes split between Cadoo and Stephan and while there has been a reoccurring discussion in revisiting these nostalgic artifacts Cadoo and Stephan chose to start fresh and create Ujat-jhem. The album began with an impressive array of sound-sculpting sketches that Stephan created as a perfect jumping off point. Ujat-jhem then became less of an idea but an ethos to bend, rebend, mangle and strain every sound to its logical yet musical limit that became the entity that is Ujat-jhem.


released September 21, 2018

Paul Stephan: bend & stretch
M.Cadoo: smear & modulate
Mastered @ 37n,122w
© Cadoo/Stephan - Published by n5Music (BMI)


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Mike Cadoo Oakland, California

Bay Area based multi-Instrumentalist who releases music as Bitcrush, Dryft and most recently under his surname. Was one-half of experimental electronic music duo Gridlock and is a currently member of darkwave duo Vague Lanes. When not writing music he is the owner operator of the n5MD record label and mastering engineer for 37n, 122w. ... more

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