Dan Guidance - Parallel Reality
Fourseason brings 4 beautiful tracks by Dan Guidance, who has already released tracks on Drum & Bass labels such as Technique, Fokuz, Celsius and Soul Deep Recordings.
From energetic ‘All The Love Has Gone’ to more chillout ‘Jam’, Dan connects liquid and deep vibez under the umbrella of the parallel realities. There is much more behind this EP, thoughts about the new reality, divergence, sexuality, influenced by famous icons.
Dan’s words about this EP
All The Love Has Gone
This track explores the dichotomy between consumerist fetishism and instant mash. With influences as diverse as John Cage and Bob Monkhouse, new synergies are crafted from both simple and complex dialogues.
What starts out as yearning soon becomes corroded into a dialectic of distress, leaving only a sense of unreality and the possibility of a new synthesis.
As momentary forms emerge reconfigured through frantic and academic practice, the listener is left with a hymn to the darkness of our existence.
This piece questions the marriage between the universality of myth and emerging sexualities. With influences as disparate as Blake and daytime TV, unique combinations are crafted from both constructed and discovered dialogues.
Even before I was a pre-adolescent, I have been fascinated by the unrelenting divergence of the moment. What emerges from contemplation soon becomes debased into a tragedy of lust, leaving only a sense of chaos and the dawn of a new reality.
As wavering replicas become reconfigured through emergent and diverse practice, the participant is left with a testament to the limits of our world.
With this track I examine the interconnection between acquired synesthesia and unwanted gifts. With influences as diverse as Bernard Matthews and the cries of a new-born badger, unusual variations are created from both simple and complex structures.
Ever since the embryonic stage I have been fascinated by the theoretical limits of the universe. What starts out as hope soon becomes manipulated into a dialectic of defeat, leading to a sense of chaos and the unlikelihood of a new synthesis.
As wavering derivatives become distorted through diligent and academic practice, the viewer is shown a clue to the outposts of our future.
This opus investigates the relationship between Critical theory and discarded jam rags. Drawing influence from sources as diverse as Dostoevsky and Andy Crane, new insights are manufactured from both constructed and discovered meanings.
Ever since I was a pup I have been fascinated by the unrelenting divergence of relationships. What begins with vision soon becomes corroded into a hegemony of lust, leaving only a sense of what could have been and the dawn of a new beginning.
As wavering derivatives become transformed through frantic and repetitive practice, the listener is left with a tribute to the inaccuracies of our era.