TESTUBE

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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Testube featured on Homeostasis benefit compilation

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Excited to announce that a brand new Testube track was just released on the CRL Studios benefit compilation Homeostasis!

DSBP Compilation Re-issues

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dsbp reissues

I've just learned that DSBP has been reissuing some of their early compilations as digital downloads on Bandcamp, with bonus tracks and new artwork. Some of these include rare tracks by Testube and other projects that I was involved with from 1997-2003. The reissues have been added to the official Testube discography, and you can download them via the DSBP Bandcamp page.

1998 - Looking Back at a Year of Change

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Twenty years ago, I was working with Bryan Elsloo on what would ultimately become the last full length album from our project Wrack Process. I had also made the difficult decision to shut down my record label, the United Endangered Front, in order to spend more time focusing on my own solo music projects. And as if that weren't enough, I was also moving my songwriting process from traditional hardware-based sequencing to this newfangled thing known as a computer DAW. The end result of this wave of changes in my life, happening all at once, was the Testube concept album Bioplaza, which turned out to be one of my proudest moments as a musician. You can listen (or revisit) it via the link below:

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