It’s quite obvious alien species are living here on earth. You don’t believe us? Have a minute, stare up at the stars, and think about Jeff Mills. Yea, that’s right. That dude is definitely not from earth. Anyhow, we’re pretty sure space aliens are living among us and responsible for some of the best things to happen since they crash landed in Chicago and Detroit. Nowadays, the little green men from Mars are most likely working at Modular synth shops, throwing gigantic dance events and inventing brighter more powerful lasers and bigger, fuller sound systems in which to hypnotize us humans into their electronic dance music dominance.
We at Irrupt think it’s time to give our alien friends a nod of respect to their home galaxies. We want to thank them for coming to our modest planet, and inspiring an entire culture of dance music lovers. It’s time to throw a spaced out disco-rave at Area 51. This is the soundtrack.
‘Space Is The Place’ is a product designed with presets for Native Instruments Massive that speaks to our UFO friends in a friendly, peaceful human tone. It’s clever loops and midi files heavy on the synths, and absolute retro-futuristic atmospheric melodies. It captures the moment when we first landed on the moon and the modern sounds the Voyager 2 space telescope must be hearing whilst whizzing past distant planets (and alien neighborhoods). It’s happy, ‘we come in peace’ grooves and a full nod of respect to them, utilizing some great electronic instruments our alien friends created for us, inspired by worlds far beyond the milky way.