TESTUBE

The Audio Experiments of Jeff Danos

New Releases

New remix album from Testube nearly ready!

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Testube - Unintentional

I'm pleased to announce that I'm awaiting the control copy of the new companion remix album for last year's Testube full length Off Purpose. The music has been mastered, the art designed, and sent off to the plant, and once I receive the test pressing prototype, we'll have a green light for duplication. With this release, you can expect stunning remixes from cutting edge electronic artists like R010R, Unterm Rad, In Virus Tandem, Digital Dirt Heads, Type001, and of course my awesome labelmate LowHero.DLL.  keep reading »

Testube takes on Ministry!

Psalms to the Profit

As part of a promotion for their new movie FIX, the band Ministry recently sponsored a contest in which bands were invited to download some of the original sounds from their popular song "Psalm 69" and remix/remake the track. The winner will be hand selected by Paul Barker, and included on a companion album for the film.  keep reading »

Unintentional Progress

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Unintentional Preview

Just thought I'd post a quick update from the Testube lab. Things have been crazy-busy these last few months. The new Testube release to be titled Unintentional is progressing quite nicely, and should prove to be a worthwhile companion piece for the recent album Off Purpose.  keep reading »

New Testube album 'Off Purpose' is now selling!

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Off Purpose Packaging

The new Testube album titled Off Purpose has been released! I'm really excited at how this one turned out. The physical version of the album features a hand-printed arigato jacket with trigger ejector case. The jacket was hand-screened with random applications of metallic rust-colored eco-friendly ink, resulting in a slightly unpredictable color-tone and appearance. Each copy looks a little different. You can pick up your copy of this limited hand made release directly from the Testube merchandise page.  keep reading »

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