PATH4: At Work “Build It Up, Break It Down—Remix”

At Work - Build It Up, Break It Down—Remix

Alka, Dev79, City Rain, Knife Jams, Stumble, Sub-Arkt, Clocklife and At Work have remixed At Work’s Build It Up, Break It Down.

The effort sets an IDM soundtrack for wanderings through the squandered and pillaged wastes of short-sighted development and environmental interruption to the high hopes of sustainable human occupation and transportation amongst the landscape. Perhaps best framed in Metro Commercial’s synthesized vocal reflection, “Why are we making a world like this?”

These 32 tracks (over two hours) are best suited for highway use, long journeys through suburban traffic, deserted construction sites and abandoned strip malls.

Included is a 46 page high-resolution PDF booklet, with titles, liner notes, individual track artwork. Photos by local NJ artist T. Charles and design by Nice Looking Designs.

Buy from Bandcamp – $8 USD

Tracklisting:
01 Self-Starter
02 Poor (Sub-Arkt’s Sparse Mix)
03 Space Available (City Rain’s Fell So Far Mix)
04 Pin 108
05 Panel (Undeveloped)
06 Plate 909
07 Rebar Cutter (High Maintenance)
08 Curb Pin (Sub-Arkt’s Minimal Groove)
09 Darker Earlier (Dropping Acorns)
10 Falling Dirt (Climate Control)
11 Metro Commercial (Successful)
12 S Curve (Reward Driven)
13 Pour (No Effort)
14 New Road (Grooved Pavement)
15 Panel (Stumble’s 120 Remix)
16 Off (Switch)
17 Off (Occupation)
18 Spider (8)
19 Rebar Bender (Another 32 Acres Saved)
20 S Curve Acceleration (Remixed by Knife Jams)
21 Darker Earlier (Dev79 Consultation)
22 Curb Pin (Sub-Arkt’s Miximal)
23 Off (Ground)
24 Sunburn (Alka’s The Future’s So Bright Mix)
25 Panel (Stumble’s Double Panel Reload)
26 Curve Pin (Clocklife’s Algerian Greenhouse Dub 2)
27 Turn Buckles (Old Generator)
28 Pin Bucket (Dual Sines)
29 Self-Serve
30 Sunburb (Extra Beats and Keyboards Reaching Up)
31 Panel (Stumble’s Dubbel Remix)
32 Off (Drive Carefully)

Format: Digital
Mastering: Paul “Starkey” Geissinger
Release: October 26, 2010
Total Time: 02:07:16
Photography: T. Charles
Design: Nice Looking Designs

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