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Kids For Tomorrow is Andrew Reichel’s [Gel-Sol] alter ego. Collaborators include Nils Whitmont and William Mempa. On the 2006 release: ‘Deployer EP’ it was Reichel and Mempa behind the controls for 2010’s ‘Nequa’ Reichel teams up with Whitmont. Don’t expect similar sounds to Gel-Sol - in fact just don’t expect anything you’ve ever heard before.

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  • atmospherical

    New Kids For Tomorrow album Nequa out on Upstairs Recordings...

    13 Apr 2010 Reply
  • gel-sol

    Haha, I'm just getting back to reading all this stuff. Rob, the other sample from Back 2 Helix is from the David Carradine movie Deathsport.

    9 Apr 2010 Reply
  • hymenocallis

    Julianne Moore, I see. Haven't heard her voice yet, since I've only seen overdubbed versions of her films. Hot? Yeah, for sure! :)

    29 Sep 2008 Reply
  • robdb

    Man, older woman + redhead = Julianne Moore = seriously hot (sorry, but it had to be said). What really want to know, though, is where the *really* crazy back to helix sample came from, not the maths one...

    15 Sep 2008 Reply
  • gel-sol

    That's actually Julianne Moore from "Children of Men." Yer Pal, Gel-Sol

    28 Aug 2008 Reply
  • hymenocallis

    "Math with Soul" :) That makes Back To Helix even cooler. Thanks for the insight. BTW: the woman's voice sample in Esto Perpetua reminds me of Hillary Clinton, but maybe I'm only hallucinating.

    2 Aug 2008 Reply
  • gel-sol

    It was some recording called "Math with Soul" I believe....had an intro from some oldskool boxer. It had a song for all the times tables up to 10 or 12 I believe....

    29 Jul 2008 Reply
  • robdb

    Where on earth did that back to helix sample come from, that's what I want to know...

    29 Jul 2008 Reply
  • hymenocallis

    Truely strange music. I think I like this, particularly Back To Helix. Two times twelve is twenty-four! ;-)

    26 Dec 2007 Reply

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