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The composer of digital hip-hop music known as the Crack Factory has released his latest LP record, titled, “Trilateral Commission: Instrumentals by the Crack Factory.” The record is comprised of 10 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of 45 minutes. It has been released on the Crack Factory independent music records label. An entirely instrumental record founded on solid back beats, stylish loops and clever melodies, “Trilateral Commission…” by the Crack Factory is a rare example of hip hop music written to stand without an emphasis on rap vocals, an excellent addition to any collection of instrumental music.
Crack Factory cites as main artistic influences such crews as 9th Wonder, DJ Premier, Just Blaze, Wu-Tang Clan, J Dilla, the Roots, and a heap of others. Slotted between Bone-Thugz-N-Harmony and the Delphonics, however, sits a surprising phrase: YouTube conspiracy channels. While such videos may seem like an unlikely source of musical inspiration, Crack Factory uses the sinister, collegiate tone of such discussions to set the mood of his “Trilateral Commission…” record.
Crack Factory writes of this, “[My record] is an instrumental album that expresses the emotions of a 2013 American citizen. Each Instrumental on the album represents a different conspiracy theory. Each instrumental captures the essence of each of these theories.”
The effectiveness of these songs in doing so is uncanny. Any one of them would work flawlessly as the background score to a Dan Brown film, or to a viral Internet exposé such as “Zeitgeist.” Music fans without a background in such information can entertain themselves while listening to Crack Factory’s record by reading up on some of the song titles: “Treaty of Grenada,” “The Majestic Twelve,” or “Project Blue Beam,” for instance.
The Crack Factory lives in the music hotbed of the Washington DC Metro Area.
“Trilateral Commission: Instrumentals by the Crack Factory” is available online worldwide.
Staff Press Release Writer
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