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SATRX001 "Flow" remixed by Transparent Sound​-​Vinyl​+​Digi

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Transparent Sound rounds off the SatRx001 record with a remix that drops the bass like a sledgehammer. Starting off with a crystal clear fat break , building slowly then 'whoa', here comes duh bass. Fat and sweet like Satamile likes it. This is electro for the future, big sounding for the big systems, and full of intense sonic emotions. Staccato echo's and full melodies round out this track from one of Englands best electro groups. Scape One, Unn, Transparent Sound, and Bass Junkie ,and four of the worlds leading electro producers all on one record providing four different electro visions that will mark a spot in history and time.

Transparent Sound has had various different members over the years, but is essentially a musical collaboration between Martin Brown and Orson Bramley, who met and started writing music together in their home town of Bognor Regis back in 1994. Along with co-founder Steve Penfold they set about creating a very distinctive electro influenced sound. The first release on Transparent Sound Recordings, Meltdown Ride (or the yellow one as it has become known) came out the following year. A flurry of 12"s came out over the next few years under various different guises, as the guys experimented with different sounds & styles, but the main theme continued to be electro, with further releases on the TS imprint.
This chapter in their history closed after The Cure asked them to re-mix their 1997 single 'Wrong Number'. Steve left the project to pursue his scaffolding career, while Orson & Martin continued recording.
During the summer of 1998 an 'analogue only' project was started with old friends Scape 1 and Tim Harris, another two of Bognors electro elite. Using nothing but an 808, a couple of 101s, a basic 8 channel desk, minimal effects and a handful of 'crappy old keyboards'such classics as Freaks Frequency and Down in Miami were created in a series of live session recordings.
By the end of 1999 it was clear this project had reached a natural d, and Orson and Martin set about creating a new studio-The Chilli Plant. Still using basic equipment, the duo produced a series of stunning tracks culminating in the release of their first studio album, Emotional Amputation in 2002 on Electrix. During this period the boys developed an impressive live set, which has since set dance floors alight in venues across the UK & Europe. A much acclaimed mix album 'Beats Clash-Volume 1 Radioactive Man v Transparent Sound' also came out during 2002.
In early 2003 the guys moved the studio away from the urban sprawl of London to a rural farm location-The Electronic Cottage. Here they penned tunes such as 350 Short & Your Eyes are Pretty. A more melodic & mellow mini-album ,Dirty Curtains & Football Posters was recorded. So far, these inspiring 6 tracks have not been released, although several had imagery put to them by Addictive TV for a mix-masters show on ITV1. You can exclusively download Dirty Curtains & Football Posters, including all the artwork by Andrew Rae for the amazing bargain price of £2!!! from our Audio page.
2003 also saw a period of intense giging for Transparent Sound, playing live sets & DJing at all sorts of clubs, parties, festivals & radio shows including FABRIC, DANCE VALLEY, TRANS EUROPE EXPRESS, MIAMI ANTI CONFERENCE, CLUB 69, SHINE, XFM & KISS FM to name a few. The tour carried on well into 2004, including a breathtaking set at the Sonar festival.
2004 also saw Orson Recordings being set up by Orson & Martin Bundock (who ran the infamous Perverted Science parties @ the 333 in Old Street, London). This fantastic label gives a platform to various artists that have impressed Orson during his travels. See the contact page for a link.
The studio was moved back up to London, & in the autumn TS started work on their 2nd Studio Album, Hair Cut Fantasy. This was released in September 2005 on Exceptional Records, to much critical acclaim, with two singles coming out before and after release, featuring remixes from Swaysak, Espion and Bangkok Impact.
Other releases in 2005 included several bits on Electrix (Who is Who? and Mr Velcro Fastener remixes) and their first release, Vintage EP on Craig Richards Tyrant Label.
Amongst the many dates played by the guys was their first liveperformance in their home town, Bognor Regis, at a Wasted Audio night at the Mud Club. TS played a blinder of a set at Fabric, which was recorded by the club and can be heard exclusively by members of their website,
2006 turned into a really busy year. A double live/mix CD entitled THE TWO HEADED MONSTER came out on Orson Records in July. It features a live session from TS, and a really exciting mix from Fabric resident, Craig Richards. Three limited edition coloured vinyl 12's come out along side the album, featuring new tracks from the guys and some rare tracks from Craigs mix.
Currently the guys are getting excited adout the forthcoming Cider Club & Two Headed Monster eps which are both set to come out in the early summer. Both 12"s feature remixes from Espion & Fine Cut Bodies, with a mix of The Cider Club from Repeat Repeat, and Detroit Cobra completeing the Two Headed Monster mixes.
Transparent Sound suffered a massive blow when the record distributer for The Two Headed Monster (Intergroove) went bankrupt towards the end of 2006. Much time, effort, and money had been put into the project, and there were many fragmented pieces to be be put back together. Orson Records were unable to release any further projects, and to make things worse, all stock of the back catalogues were lost.
Orson and Martin carried on gigging for a while, determined not to let themselves be brought down by the whole mess, but the day before Bloc 2008, as the duo were preparing their live set, Martin collapsed, and had to be taken for an emergency operation to save his life. He decided to stop working for a while, and during his convalescence, Orson decided to go to Los Angeles for a three week holiday.
Upon his return, a year and a half later!, he had played numerous gigs, including the Burning Man Festival, and written a Solo album, Inverted Snobbery. The Album draws on his day to day experiences and inspiration from the people that he met and the places that he went to whilst living in California. and Inverted Snobbery is a complete change in direction and style for Orson, incorperating live field recordings from around LA. Check it out at
Martin has now made a full recovery, thanks to an electronic gadget which was inserted into his chest, and he and Orson have been working on a couple of tunes, and should be playing a few gigs again in the near future. A compilation of some of the best Transparent Sound releases will be forthcoming, and will feature an illustrated biography of some of the maddest moments from Transparent Sound's colourful past. The book will be illustrated by Andrew Rae (MTV, MIGHTY BOSH, BBC 2's MONKEY DUST) who has had a long connection with the guys. You can have a look some of his work at To sum things up it looks like its going to be a very busy and exciting year for Orson Bramley his label and Transparent Sound....


released January 25, 1994


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