May 25th, 2018
From Dallas, Texas – Sonic Radiation, also known as Todd Last, is a solo artist who creates exciting electronic dance music that is both modern and experimental. Sonic Radiation’s newest song “Magnetix” has recently become available worldwide.
Sonic Radiation blends synthesizer grooves and beats to produce a unique sound. By intertwining modern music with electronic dance music and using modern computer music technology, Sonic Radiation creates tracks that are both intriguing and captivating while also sticking to the roots of electronic dance music.
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With one eye on the past and one eye towards the future, Sonic Radiation constructs exciting electronic dance music that is both intriguing and captivating while holding true to the roots of the genre. While constantly creating tools for the modern dj’s arsenal and reinterpreting remixing projects, Sonic Radiation forges ahead with a vision towards the future of electronic music. The vision started by experimenting for two years to create high energy music that was released as The 121 Project. Formed in 2003, the Dallas, Texas based artist, Todd Last, worked to create music that arranges songs with a combination of techno and trance that are solid and unique. Inspired by industrial groups like Front 242 and Front Line Assembly, electronic groups like The Crystal Method and Astral Projection, as well as the Dallas club scene, Sonic Radiation pulls from those styles to give the listener something for the ear, the mind and the dance floor.
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Sonic Radiation returns after nearly a decade of discovery with more subsonic mixtures named Dimixides. IUnknown Records and Sonic Radiation present Dimixides, an electromagnetic transmission of sonic energy in wave form and function. Enhanced ultrasound spectrals emit high frequency sound waves into the mind and body continuing the principle of signaling in electronic systems.
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