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BULK MODULUS has been making all sorts of electronic music for a long long time.
Bulk Modulus' studio has been built up as the music scene has developed.
The studio contains a plethora of vintage/classic gear along side cutting edge new technology.
From the early of days layering tape loops and drum machine beats with vintage synth performance
on a karaoke ghetto blaster, (1993), through to co-production with EYE, (now on Gaiagasm),
Bulk Modulus learned many ways to make better techno-music.
Two tracks co-produced by EYE and BULK MODULUS AS ''Coincidance'' were released by
El Chocolates records of Camden, London. One of these tracks became
NME 'Techno Single of the Month in November 1995. Bulk Modulus has remained an underground entity for a long time,
narrowly missing record deals and doing many other musical pursuits including
plenty of music industry training, promoting, djing and digital audio mastering for others to name but a few.

The track 'Pass the Chutney' was featured on BBC Radio 1 - One Music on the Rob da Bank best of unsigned show… twas rob's fav of the week. He says: 'Comedy but cool…' download as a freebie here!…:)

Bulk Modulus also makes music for use by holistic music therapists and crystal healers.
Bulk Modulus has only recently sacked the ATARI and brought a new machine and software into commision. Even new computerage in studio now!
Bulk Modulus is in the process of fusing the old with the new into a far out future proof studio sound.

Currently in academia doing a Music and Technology BA at the University of East Anglia - engaged in the study of ecectroacoustic composition, circuit bending and hardware hacking etc….

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