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Beyond the Flesh

by Paradigm Theorem



Prepare for an evolutionary crescendo as MalLabel Music takes you to the next phase of human existence with Earth's inquisitive bio-mechanical visitor, Paradigm Theorem.

For his third release after coming to the Virgo Supercluster, he has created for us a sonic template of the odyssey into the next state of consciousness for those of us who are ready for the transformation. Beyond the Flesh guides us through the stages of the process from inception to wonder as communicated through sound. 'Look to the Future' paints a picture of the state most of us are in, wondering and waiting for the brighter future we all deserve. 'Sovereign Dreams' is about that dream we've all had, that dream of domination and the power to change things for the better. 'Plugging in' describes how easy the process of transformation can be as guided by featured vocalist Nishia. 'Wandering the Aether' is a journey through the other side and discovery of the new world. 'It's All So Beautiful' closes the EP with a powerful description of bewildered awe through sound and a piano solo that literally could not be played with human hands.

Assimilating a few evolved beings to help communicate his message with more precision, Paradigm Theorem has absolutely packed this release with the worldwide bass elite. First, Anchor Hill with his usual beautiful flow, then legendary bass master Omega dropping some Drum and Bass, h00zy bringing the ghetto bounce treatment, Nas-Ja droppin some serious grime, a Reggae Bass treatment by Tantric Decks and finally a dive into Liquid Glitch-Hop with Art Of Fact. We've literally got every kind of bass in one place, so don't miss this one!

Artwork by Paradigm Theorem


released May 26, 2015


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