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JNEIRO JARREL – ANDROID LOVE MAYHEM EP (MUSICVIDEO) by Noggy
April 7, 2010, 8:04 am
Filed under: Electronic, music, music video | Tags: ,

Tracklist 

01. Black Hole
02. Swift Hovercrafts
03. Lurk (Part 2)
04. Android Romance 1 & 2
05. Going Home (feat. Micah Guagh)
06. Gosohaurd
07. Black Blocks (ElectroSonicFreeRoboticS)
08. Shadoze

Jneiro Jarel (born Omar J Gilyard) is a Philadelphia-based music producer. For over a decade, he has provided listeners with an unbelievably eclectic mix of sounds ranging from hip hop, to electronica, to Brazilian funk, to bass music. Noted for his abstract style, he is also known for his beat-making alias Dr. Who Dat?

Jneiro Jarel (Dr. Who Dat?) presents the genre re-defining Android Love Mayhem from his newly-launched Label Who imprint, distributed by Alpha Pup.
Picking up where his 2009 release Beyond 2morrow left off, Android Love Mayhem continues the journey, taking listeners through a series of soundscapes, brilliantly and effortlessly weaving one genre in to another. Within the first few minutes of listening to this EP it’s evident that Jneiro Jarel is not bound by any one musical style or structure. Then there’s the truly, wonderfully unique “Going Home”; the only collaborative effort on the EP, featuring singer Micah Gaugh from the shoegaze/rock band Apollo Heights.

2010 finds Jneiro with two up and coming releases; Android Love Mayhem EP (dropping on Label Who, April 13, 2010) and the Brazilian beat project Fauna (dropping this summer on Kindred Spirits / Label Who).


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