Life to Come

by Redshift

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    This is the first full Redshift studio recording since Turning Towards Us (2008).
    The CD comes in a gatefold "digipak" format and features cover photography and artwork by Gary Scott.

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about

Life to Come is the first full studio recording by Redshift since 2008.
All seven tracks were written and performed by Mark Shreeve.

Since all the pieces were recorded very close to each other in time there is a more cohesive feel and sound to the album while still pushing the dark and menacing style of electronic music into sharper relief.
This is immediately obvious with the first track, "Soft Summer Rain", where the themes and motifs are actually created by the rhythm sequences rather than the more usual lead-lines.

The whole album is heavy with layered sequencing and (very) subsonic bass parts and while there are sometimes familiar sounds present there are also many less obvious choices in instrumentation.

The CD is presented in the "digipak" form which better suits the subtle cover design by Gary Scott.

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released October 12, 2015

Composed and performed by Mark Shreeve.
Mixed by Mark Shreeve.
Cover photography and design by Gary Scott.

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Redshift London, UK

Redshift came into existence in 1994, initially as a solo project by Mark Shreeve. Shreeve had already established himself with his own more "structured" style of electronic music, along with pop songwriting, film score, TV and Library music output.
The idea behind Redshift was to create a darker, organic style of electronic music using mainly, though not exclusively, old analogue synthesisers.
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