JJD presents us some of his remixes between 2012 and 2016 including his stunning Interpretation of Attrition's One Horse Rider. He manages to leave his personal mark on each of these tracks. Great work!
Favorite track: Attrition's One Horse Rider (Soft Riot's Sunday Driver Version).
This album compilation contains twelve compositions released between 2012 and 2015. These tracks are redone versions of songs composed by other artists, friends and musicians. Many of these tracks retain most of the original structure, phrasing and chord progressions of the original composition but with all or most of the original instrumentation re-recorded and re-produced by Soft Riot. The vocal tracks by the original artists remain close the original over top of these new compositions, referred to as versions.
Further notes on the original track, artist and how/when the tracks were released can be found by looking at the information on each individual track.
Thanks to all the artists whom I worked with on these tracks and thanks to you for your support.
released May 3, 2016
All version tracks recorded and produced at Studio 55 (London), Studio 80 (London) and Studio 159 (Sheffield).
Soft Riot is JJD : Voice, synthesizers, programming, effects and found sounds.
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Thank you for the second album. Got all three now on Bandcamp and they inspire me so much.
Kids in school, then work, and kids back from school - then baths and homework - AND FINALLY a bit of time in my cobbled together mini studio in my one bedroom flat. YOU inspire me to make the effort to make all that stuff work. Sentient Helicopters
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Slaves is my favorite song, although Crosses comes at such a close second... this LP and acts of worship I both need to own in some sort of physical copy one day, they're so good at expressing emotions I didn't even know I felt... yona