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Can’t forget Bronwyn. Clearly, she and Simon form the cutest couple in rock and roll for weirdos.  And yes, I clearly took away the important details from the DVD, ha-ha. I’d say more about it, but I’d have to rewatch because it takes me forever to remember people’s names, and I don’t remember two of the new members…boo.

SoftWorld - Alien Prayer (“Transcode” Mix) (by JSG58)

SoftWorld: 2020/2020 Vision

SoftWorld is a perfect electro-storm combining the distinctive voice of Jeremy Gluck - not only in his lyrics, but in his distinguishing vocal & sound-collage work - and the maverick electronic music of Don Tyler, which integrates elements of classic Berlin School electronics and early synthesizer music akin to John Foxx, Cabaret Voltaire and the Future.

Having been introduced by a mutual online collaborator, the duo fast found common creative ground and began creating forward-looking electronic work. Catalyzed by their fledgling efforts, the duo have in a matter of months created multiple album’s worth of material, graced variously by Bronwyn Bonney of Crime and the CIty Solution, Swiss vocal artist Lisa, Glasgow-based cellist Christine Hanson, and UK-Norwegian vocalist Asa Seljistad.

In late 2012 SoftWorld signed with LBA Records, with whom they will shortly release three albums - Machine Karaoke, SoftWorks, and Metaphora - showcasing different facets of the duo, from pop to electro-punk, soundscapes to ambient, as instant art both sanctified and profane.

SoftWorld - Mystic Ride feat. Lisa (by JSG58)

SoftWorld: 2020/2020 Vision

SoftWorld is a perfect electro-storm combining the distinctive voice of Jeremy Gluck - not only in his lyrics, but in his distinguishing vocal & sound-collage work - and the maverick electronic music of Don Tyler, which integrates elements of classic Berlin School electronics and early synthesizer music akin to John Foxx, Cabaret Voltaire and the Future.

Having been introduced by a mutual online collaborator, the duo fast found common creative ground and began creating forward-looking electronic work. Catalyzed by their fledgling efforts, the duo have in a matter of months created multiple album’s worth of material, graced variously by Bronwyn Bonney of Crime and the CIty Solution, Swiss vocal artist Lisa, Glasgow-based cellist Christine Hanson, and UK-Norwegian vocalist Asa Seljistad.

In late 2012 SoftWorld signed with LBA Records, with whom they will shortly release three albums - Machine Karaoke, SoftWorks, and Metaphora - showcasing different facets of the duo, from pop to electro-punk, soundscapes to ambient, as instant art both sanctified and profane.

Softworld - Softworks / Coming soon on LBA Composers

A growing compilation of new sound collages built around Don Tyler’s tracks and augmented by the spoken words and sample choices of Jeremy Gluck. 

It comes from that same place where Lovecraft’s black stars are. It’s not experimental if there’s intent involved. - Don Tyler 

We are moving fast through envelopes. This is really is a pursuit of some kind of sonic Platonic ideal, crystallizing glimpses to…for…what? Nearly no audience, impossibly elusive commercial potential. The list goes on/no. - Jeremy Gluck

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