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The Vinyl And CD Release On One Disc From Jeff Mills

The Vinyl And CD Release On One Disc From Jeff Mills
Innovation

Analog and digital formats converge on a a disc that can be played on a turntable or in a cd player.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 10 june 2010

For a recent limited edition release, electronic/techno musician Jeff Mills has created a hybrid disc with a vinyl pressing on one side and a cd mix on the other. The Occurrence project merges analog and digital together in one format. The release is part of his ‘Sleeper Wakes’ series which Mills has undertaken to explore new sounds and unique ways to present them. For a performance earlier this year in Japan, Mills had a circular stage specially constructed with all the DJ equipment recessed into the floor. The impression was of just Mills on the stage with no sound equipment visible what so ever.

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