ODDfellows

by Information Society

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mpinchak I’m 47, my brothers and I have been fans since the 80’s. I’ve grown with you throughout the decades, still fresh interesting and original electronic music. Definitely not boring.
Funny enough my 9 year old memorized the lyrics from your Synthesizer album. Thank you for sharing your gift.
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ziroc You know what ole' Jack Burton would say at a time like this? What the Hell.... Buy This new Album! These guys WERE Information Society before the masses even knew what it meant. Favorite track: Down In Flames.
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jorge75 'Guys, I have followed you since you started your career as I would like you to come to Mexico to meet you and listen to your music live. You are great Informatin Society
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    The 10 tracks on ODDfellows mixed in THX Spatial Audio (for headphones)
    Digital Booklet for the album
    Cover art
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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of ODDfellows, Room 1904, Bennington, World Enough, Nothing Prevails, Brothers! Sisters! Remix EP, Orders Of Magnitude, Encode! Classic Remixes, Vol. 3, and 13 more. , and , .

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One of electronic music's most influential bands, INFORMATION SOCIETY (or INSOC as they are affectionately known) return with ODDfellows, one of their most diverse and artfully crafted albums since their Twin Cities, MN inception in 1982. Just as groundbreaking as they were in the early beginnings of New Wave and Electropop, INSOC are breaking ground again with this album. The very first complete album to be released with a headphone version rendered in THX Spatial Audio, ODDfellows takes advantage of the same THX Spatial Audio technology used in gaming platforms to provide audio that sounds like it's coming from ‘outside your head.’

“We've always been a technically adventurous band, and I think this is just another example of that,” says founder/producer/synths Paul Robb about how the album simulates the 5.1 environment. “We like to play around the edges of what's possible in recorded music, and so we are excited to provide our music to our fans with deeper immersion and a 360° soundscape experience provided by THX Spatial Audio!” (The album is also available in standard stereo).

Downloading the album from Bandcamp includes both the standard 'traditional stereo' mix as well as the THX Spatial Audio mix.

To properly enjoy THX Spatial Audio - WEAR HEADPHONES!

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released August 6, 2021

Produced by Information Society

Information Society is: James Cassidy, Kurt Larson, Zeke Prebluda, Paul Robb
Backing Vocals on Grups: Cat Hall

Recorded and Mixed at HiFi Project, Minneapolis
Art Direction: Adam King
Management: Jason Fiber for Superfecta Entertainment

THX® Spatial Audio mix produced by Kasson Crooker for Speed of Dark Music.
THX® Spatial Audio Rendering by Juan Simon Calle for THX, Ltd.

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Information Society Los Angeles, California

Information Society has been recording and performing for over 25 years. After emerging from the Minneapolis underground in the mid '80s, the group stormed onto the national scene with "Running," one of the most influential electro/freestyle tracks of all time. They went on to release notable hits including "What's on Your Mind (Pure Energy)," "Walking Away," "Think," and "Peace and Love, Inc." ... more

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