Here we come
Mystified & Saluki Regicide
Saluki Regicide and Mystified have recorded collaborative albums three times thus far, the first being “Ancestral Technologies” in 2004 (as Saluki Regicide & Mystified). Straddling the line between mainstream electronica and ambient, these works incorporate drones, rhythms and samples, presenting a seamless blend of the best characteristics of both artists.Read More
“Ancestral Technologies” is a concept album, of sorts, with the tracks being inspired by past inventions, from the mighty (“Ziggurat”) to the mind-bending (“LSD”), from the practical (“Electric Stoplight”) to the pointless (“Spider’s Ladder”). And in the execution of these compositions, the artists sought to convey impressions rather than illustrations of the technologies. Thus, the work is less about the inventions themselves than about the mind’s experience of the inventions. The results are often dreamy, almost shamanistic.
“Razor Pilgrimage” is the second collaboration, and it is credited to Mystified & Saluki Regicide, which has its own page on last.fm.
“A Foreign Installation” is the third collaboration between Saluki Regicide and Mystified. This time the concept is unique: one is assigned all frequencies below 1kHz, and the other gets everything above. The upper and lower halves were not united until the final mix, and then only adjusted for compatible levels and fades.