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The Audio Experiments of Jeff Danos

Jeff Danos has been crafting experimental electronic music since 1994. He enjoys creating order out of chaos, regardless of genre. Approaching each new musical release as an experiment in sound, he fuses atypical idm, industrial, glitch, and ambient textures into complex cohesive compositions...which is a fancy way of saying that he has a knack for making strange and experimental music somehow more palatable.

Testube is his most prominent musical project. However, this website will also include information on other related audio projects featuring Jeff Danos.

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New Genome project by Point Source Electronic Arts!

My friends over at Point Source Electronic Arts have just released GENOME - a stellar sampler consisting of 20 eclectic electronic artists and sound designers who have created an array of dazzling sounds based on a common set of samples. It's a fascinating project, akin to working with a single set of audio dna, yet yielding completely different results. I'm honored to have my exclusive track "Suction Pore" as the opening track!

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The Fifth Wavelength is out!

Have you checked out the latest CRL Studios compilation, "The Fifth Wavelength"? Featuring over 40 tracks across three volumes (including an exclusive Testube track poking fun at our former Cheeto-in-Chief and his rabid acolytes), this is an excellent sampler of dark and eccentric electronic music!

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Compilation tracks on the way!

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My friends at CRL Studios are assembling their Fifth Wavelength compilation, and it will feature an exclusive new Testube track. I've also submitted a new post-punk styled song from the upcoming Testube album Backwater for consideration by Side-Line for their new Post-Punk comp. My friend Mike Slanksy (Unterm Rad, Rekt) is also assembling a new compilation for Point Source Electronic Arts, and I have a new Testube track in the works for that one, as well. On top of all of this, I just landed a new job at our local historical museum, so it's been a busy month!

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