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Bisc1 – Nightfall Remix audio by Le Parasite

What happens when rapper, wall painter, and designer Bisc1 allows ten producers and twenty visual artists to independently remix and interpret his 2008 album When Electric Night Falls? Enter The Strange Love Project. The first single, “Nightfall Remix,” opens with dirty synths and dirtier drums and is the perfect kick-start to this remix album. Featuring different visuals by a number of well known and accomplished visual artists for each song on the album, the Nightfall remix includes the phenomenal interpretations of James T. Murray and Karla L. Murray (photographers, graffiti documenters, and authors of Broken Windows and Burning New York; highly acclaimed books on the NYC Graffiti scene), Cern (renowned graffiti artist), and two other artists (artwork below). The Nightfall remix is not just a song; it’s an experience, and it’s sure to have your sensory receptors electrified.

Bisc1 – “Nightfall” Remix by Le Parasite

Prepare for an Electric Nightfall with the First Single From The Strange Love Project

The Song:

What happens when rapper, wall painter, and designer Bisc1 allows ten producers and twenty visual artists to independently remix and interpret his 2008 album When Electric Night Falls? Enter The Strange Love Project. The first single, “Nightfall Remix,” opens with dirty synths and dirtier drums and is the perfect kick-start to this remix album. Featuring different visuals by a number of well known and accomplished visual artists for each song on the album, the Nightfall remix includes the phenomenal interpretations of James T. Murray and Karla L. Murray (photographers, graffiti documenters, and authors of Broken Windows and Burning New York; highly acclaimed books on the NYC Graffiti scene), Cern (renowned graffiti artist), and two other artists (artwork below). The Nightfall remix is not just a song; it’s an experience, and it’s sure to have your sensory receptors electrified.

About Bisc1’s Strange Love Collection:

As a artist / designer / musician, I was curious to see how the world around me would interpret my strange relations. So with the help of 10+ producers and 20+ artist I have put together an extensive collection of audio and visual interpretations. Starting with a record I released in early 2008 When Electric Night Falls and ending here, with The Strange Love Project

For more info, more art and more music go to http://www.busybisc1.com/strangelove

The Background:

A native of Massachusetts by way of Connecticut, Bisc1 moved to NYC 10 years ago and quickly made a name for himself DJ’ing at clubs, distributing mixtapes, and in creative circles. Soon, Bisc1 picked up the mic and won several battle raps including the Whose Line Is It monthly at the Knitting Factory in NYC 4 consecutive months in a row. His debut release, The Basics EP (2006), gained the favorable attention of music critics and his subsequent release, The Stay Up Project mixtape (2007) was downloaded over 5000 times. Bisc’s penchant for capturing our chaotic reality with his narratives, images, and collaborations has earned him a reputation as one of the most honest and creative artists of today. Going beyond music, Bisc1 is also an accomplished graphic artist. He’s done cover art, designed promotional materials and spearheaded art direction for artists such as Aesop Rock, The Perceptionists, C-Rayz-Walz, Murs, El-P, and others. His art has been featured in several magazines and art house coffee table books and in galleries, such as Danny Simmon’s Rush Arts Gallery. 2008 was a big year for Bisc. He released te ciritcally acclaimed album When Electric Night Falls, toured the US, and performed at CMJ, SXSW, Scribble Jam, and NXNE. When Electric Night Falls, for which Bisc did all the art direction, is available in stores and online everywhere now via Embedded Music.

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Nightfall” Remix by Le Parasite

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