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Good Karma records presents official release neuroSampler THE BEST HITS 2005 - 2011
Vladimir Dudkin, who is behind neuroSampler, lives in Moscow.
He has grown in Rostov-on-Don (Russia) and trained to be stage decorator.
In 2004 he started to experiment with sonic structures and became neuroSampler.
His project neuroSampler is combining a wide range of electronic styles,
such as minimalistic IDM, post industrial, dark ambient, trip-hop, deep minimal techno,
break\'s, elements noise, click\'n\'cuts and digital psychodelic. He tries,
by sonic experiments, to create images that transfer the author\'s mood,
drawing the volumetric picture of a spontaneous emotional background by minimalistic
efforts or, in a manner of speaking, a diary of emotional conditions.
The resident of a major city, Dudkin focuses upon the smaller, often fractured shapes of various “breakdowns.” Living in an international center of finance, politics, and construction, he invests his time and energy in scribing centrifugal trajectories – away from pomp and circumstance. His newest recordings draw those lines very far indeed.
Attention is focused upon the promise of escape.
This same interplay between perceived new harmonies and standard, earthbound experience is just as evident
in Dudkin\'s graphic work, which adorns some of his social network profiles. Manmade, geological, and animal forms are placed together in ways that imply natural, yet long-forgotten relationships between them. And conversely, some of his paintings dedicated to the most “stable” or banal of urban environments insert discord into daily habit. Where we expect constancy, we find imbalance - and vice versa. Routine and surprise change places in small and unsettling ways. Modernity and meaning, it seems, have a very inconsistent affiliation.
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