Room 205 with Daedelus
Incase is pleased to premiere Episode Seven of Room 205 with Daedelus. LA-based electronic musician, Alfred Darlington (a.k.a. Daedelus), will be celebrating his 10-year recording anniversary with the new album, Bespoke, coming out this month on Ninja Tune. Throughout his prolific career Daedelus has released singles and EPs for Brainfeeder, All City, Magical Properties, Alpha Pup Records, Warp and Stones Throw. He’s regarded by many as a producer’s producer and a musician’s musician, frequently collaborating with fellow artists and audiophiles to explore new sounds and techniques in the realm of electronic music.
For his Room 205 episode, Daedelus wanted to re-imagine our space as a Victorian-era séance. So, with a bit of help from director Michael Reich and set designer Tamarra Younis, that’s exactly what he did. With genuine kid-like enthusiasm we present the first installment of Room 205: Episode Seven with Daedelus. “Scaling Snowdon (Slow Climb Version)” is available for audio and video streaming today through Room 205′s virtual home.The second and third installments will be available April 11th and 18th respectively. – Los Angeles – April 4, 2011
About Room 205:
Working in collaboration with visiting musicians and a revolving cast of filmmakers, set designers, audio engineers and friends, Room 205 exists to share our collective passion for art and music and showcase the people that inspire us.
Founded in 1997, Incase creates products to protect the technology that is essential to our lives. Designed to meet the needs of individuals across all interests, professions and passions, Incase products promote design simplicity while offering intuitive functionality and increased mobility for an enhanced user experience.
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