Pushing Reality is an up and coming artist/producer/remixer from San Jose looking to destroy the stereotypical remix and introduce the masses to his imagination. Genres are meaningless in the aural worlds created in every track, and each beat, instrument, and production is unique and different. Four years deep into programming and production, Pushing Reality has worked with Bay Area hard rockers Diamond Lane and San Jose DJ Caley Martin on exclusive projects and created independent remixes for artists such as Nine Inch Nails, Lacuna Coil, and Depeche Mode. He is widely known for his remix of Nine Inch Nails’ “Vessel”, as featured on the online compilation “The Limitless Potential”.

The latest offering from Pushing Reality is the Post Meridiem EP, a collection of seven tracks that represent a night in the life of Pushing Reality. Differing in style from RSVP, his previous release, Post Meridiem is a tranquil, downtempo record that was intended for late night listening. It is available completely free on, and can also be found as a high quality download at Pushing Reality’s Bandcamp profile.

With former Nine Inch Nails’ drummer Chris Vrenna’s personal approval of his remix of “It’s Still Happening”, as well as a second place finish in a field of over 300 entrants for the Painful Convictions Remix contest for his remix of Nine Inch Nails’ “Vessel”, Pushing Reality strives to create a unique sound amongst thousands of independent producers and remixers with his aural palette of synths, beats, and instrumental combinations. Pushing Reality is Stephen Escobedo.

Edited by pushingreality on 8 Apr 2009, 00:36

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