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BiaXial Creep
FROM
Seattle, WA
MUSICAL GENRE
Digital/Electronic
LABEL
Mothlight Studios

This band was added to our database on October 8, 2006, and the band's information was last updated 13 years ago. BiaXial Creep is responsible for keeping this band's information up to date. This page has been viewed 7238 time(s).
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DESCRIPTION
Biaxial Creep weaves together pelvis shaking, glitch-core
percussion, somber soaring melodies, otherworldly multi-
processed trumpet, and traditional instruments including
bass, tabla, and guitars. The end result is somewhere
between an opium dream and deep black space, between Tricky
and Gridlock, between Meat Beat Manifesto and Coil. The
Creep's music has both a heady appeal and a visceral, body-
shaking vibe. It conjurs visual landscapes to movies
screened only in your mind, paired with a beat that compels
you to move. Technically Biaxial Creep is classified as
electronic, but beat-driven textural manipulation with nods
to industrial and IDM will serve if brevity is not your
thing.
HISTORY
The Creep was conceived by Swante J. in Seattle, WA. several
months prior to the first release, Theoretical Silence,
issued in 2003. Since then, producer Wesley Davis has joined
the line up. With Wonder Twin Powers activated, they have
released a three song E.P. entitled 5Mg Less, and played a
multitude of live shows to establish a solid local
reputation in the Seattle electronic music community. At
live shows, collaborator VJ LowRez adds her signature visual
stylings, including her own homemade fractal generator, to
give Biaxial Creep shows syncopated eye candy.
MEMBERS
Swante J.
REVIEWS
"It's like sound-tracks? I love it!" enthuses J.Scott G. of
DeepSky.
ALBUMS
Theoretical Silence ; 5mg Less
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