When you add ambient – techno – experimental sounds made by 2 MC 505’s – modular synths & other hardware you get LSDice.
David Sullivan (aka Davizion) and Jurgen Winkel (aka SONICrider) go back a long time. Davizion played on SONICrider “Welcome To The New World” release party, they both played on “Strijp-S” festival in Eindhoven and David Sullivan did a MC 505 demonstration at a Ableton User Group Eindhoven event.
Some time ago they did a studio session at SONICriderSTUDIO and felt that their musical vibes matched in an inspiring way….. So they started a collaboration with the goal to do a live gig (or more) combining 2 MC 505’s – modular synths & other hardware. The first 2 sessions worked out fine: creating the foundation of the LSDice style. The next session(s) adding sounds & atmosphere and records some tunes.
While working on the fundament a name came up LSDice ==> L = Listen S = SONICrider D = Davizion ice = in case of emergency. “Mutation” could be the name of the first recordings, who knows… LSDice does!
To be continued!