JOCID - from meatwear to hardware (Sonic Dragon Records)

by beatspace-sonicdragon

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about

Joshua Gablan first started to become active in the dance music scene in early 1998, when he began DJing locally in Holland as a progressive house DJ. Not being able to find the sounds he wanted to play, he decided to start to make his own music, soon buying himself an Atari, a synthesizer and mixer. He called his solo project Jocid, and started a close relationship with Doof Records, an Israeli label. Doof released some Jocid tracks on various compilations of theirs, and then received such a positive response from them quickly signed Jocid up for a full-length album, which was released at the end of 2002. In 2003 Jocid started to work on his second album, called From Meatware to Hardware. The first four tracks are the same progressive hard style and for the last five tracks, the style changes to use fatter basslines, darker kicks, and a more full on style.

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released September 9, 2004

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