Binary Park “The Deviated” Out Today Oct-11! Viva Music Album Review

October 11, 2011 in Album Reviews

Tracklist: “The Hidden Room” * “Into the Deep” * “She’s Insane” * “The Deviated” * “Not in Love” * “Lick the Blade” * “Keep on Falling Down” * Worlds Collide (Impact Mix)” * “Into the Deep (Liquid Divine Remix)” * “Into the Deep (Architect Remix)

About Binary Park:

Binary Park is the new project of Infacted Recordings label manager Torben Schmidt, together with UK based singer Huw Jones and musician Alfred Gregl (Aqualite, Noise Control, Xylon). The sound of Binary Park is an intriguing blend of different electronic styles from darkstep to industrial and from electro to deep, noisy, ambient Glitchy, intelligent electropop. Elements of early Haujobb, Front Line AssemblyLights Of Euphoria, and Neuroactive intermingle with a sound that is compelling and sure to garner attention worldwide. With their second release to date the band offers a 10 track mini-album including seven new songs as well as a breathtaking remix of the album hit “Worlds Collide” followed by remixes from Liquid Divine and Architect! A must have for all fans of intelligent electro, deep beats and mindblowing melodies! Get infected! (source: press release)

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Binary ParkDeviated” Viva Music Album Review:

Out on Oct-11 with Metropolis Records, the new release from Binary Park is just months younger than its predecessor, “Worlds Collide”, out in March this year. Summing up the good job Binary Park were up to performing in their first album, and compiling next to new material grand remixes of the star of the album (“Into the Deep”) and of “Worlds Collide” from Liquid Divine and Architect, the new album is set out right to catch your attention, tease you, and promote an overall positive feeling of being in the process of listening to quality electro and industrial music.

The first thing that catches the attention with “The Deviated” is the complexity of the album. It may be a valiant endeavor for a young act to flirt with complex sound, but Binary Park do it excellently. In fact, had this piece of trivia not been known at all, the maturity of their sound would have easily passed for the production of some veteran of the scene. After an eloquent, and quite moody “The Hidden Room”, which gives a good kick start to the compilation, Binary Park lose no time and get us really into the groove with their “Into the Deep”. Astute, teasing and uncomplicated, this laidback track makes the listening worthwhile from the first to the last second. It is intriguing, passes on numerous vibes and carries on a quite pleasurable aftertaste. If you love it, which is sort of inevitable, you’re going to feast in the two remixes which act as the coda of the album, “Into the Deep (Liquid Divine Remix)” and “Into the Deep (Architect Remix)” – both great renditions of a great song. Added value with a twist comes out of the Liquid Divine version, while the Architect one crosses the t’s and dots the i’s of the track in curvaceous arabesques and slashing sounds. You will have to listen to believe our enthusiasm, that is for sure. A little on the bitter side, but not with a charm of its own, “She’s Insane”, with“The Deviated” following suit, seal the deal and you are sure to not abort the listening now that you got into the right floor and you are shot at by the right feelings. With an enviable attitude, “Not in Love” is the track that will leave you asking for more; inconceivably fresh and with a good sensation that tells you it is becoming permanent. It is up to “Lick the Blade” to burst at the seams and leash out eruptions and earthquakes in real size, as well as to “Keep on Falling Down” to dramatize eloquently the strife of a lifetime. Complemented by the mix for the track from their previous album, “Worlds Collide” and the two “Into the Deep” remixes, the album makes it really a pleasure to listen to “The Deviated”! If not at the same speedy pace, because that would be an absurd expectation, we are so looking forward to new material from Binary Park!

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