Digital Time Machine paints the story of one man's melodic journey through space and time. Originally released in 1981 as “The Time Machine,” the project featured rare analog synthesizers such as the Oberheim OB-X. Sadly, the original tape recordings were destroyed in a studio fire in 1983. The fire was thought to be caused by Spinal Tap drummer, Eric "Stumpy" Joe, who mysteriously died before facing charges. Left in the ashes was a metal file cabinet containing the original sheet music and a burnt up prototype version of a Sony BMC100P Betamax camcorder. Protected inside the camcorder was one lone tape. The tape featured video footage taken during the recording sessions. Now, with the advent of digital technologies, specifically analog modeling, the project has been digitally reproduced, mixed and mastered with a modern twist for today's audience.
The 5-track melodically heavy EP blends elements of modern electronic music such as House, Dubstep, Drum n' Bass, and classic elements of Rock n' Roll into a unique Synthwave piece.
Also available on Apple Music, Google Play, Spotify, and more.
released October 23, 2018
Music & Album Art by Chris Lendzion
Mix & Masters by Rob Murray