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Scottish composer Paul Russell is the multi-instrumentalist and mastermind behind Human Pyramids. The project features a number of handpicked musicians spread throughout the UK performing an explosive mix of punk, electronica and sweeping orchestral arrangements.
Human Pyramids has published the stems to the debut single "Crackle Pop" taken from the album Home where Paul had the chance to assemble his favourite musicians, arrangers and producers to work with on the album. Paul shared that "Crackle Pop started its life as a sonic experiment, programming lush synth sounds by layering up square waves on top of each other .. I wondered what it would sound like to have these layers played on String and Brass Quartet instead of a synth and it sounded quite magical! I used this as the foundation for the track and the rest wrote itself very quickly, with a couple of nods to Ratatat and NIN along the way!". Are you ready to collaborate with Human Pyramids?
Here is how to get involved:
1) Pull the stems for "Crackle Pop" by Human Pyramids
2) Remix the stems in your DAW of choice
3) Publish your update by March 15th to have Human Pyramids hear your submission
And that's it!
Paul will listen to all of the remixes and pick his favorite to be featured on Human Pyramids bandcamp as well as win a copy of ROLI's Equator.
Check out the 360° VR video for Crackle Pop (with director John Lynch) for yourself!