Out soon, March 26, is the debut album by the experimental electronic act World Dream Conspiracy: “Sexy Jazz Night”. The project itself was formed amidst depression, a drug addiction and COVID. “Sexy Jazz Night” will be released on limited edition vinyl via The Circle Music & Logical Absurd.
“Sexy Jazz Night” was recorded between September and October 2023 at WDC, Castle Rock, Colorado. Mixing and mastering were done by David Moore, as were the videos and artwork accompanying the release.
World Dream Conspiracy are: David Moore, Linda P. and Josef Nosel.
The project was born in 2023 by a group of friends from a small town in Colorado, USA. The band’s story originates at a psychiatric clinic where they were battling drug addiction and depression post-Covid. When talking of their origins, the band said: “We found ourselves in a dimension very distant from anything contemporary, but rather with the collagists and the most extreme experimenters of the industrial scene, the most intellectual and expressionist one if we want. We wanted to be amazed in this world that seems like a dream but isn’t very dreamy.”
“Our dimension is something you don’t expect”, the band added when describing their music on “Sexy Jazz Night”. “A change of skin, a continuous mutation, growth, defeat, an internal ailment, an explosion of joy, a projection, a conscious state, a loss of consciousness and balance. You don’t have to think to listen, you don’t have to remember a text and you’re not interested in knowing what will happen, you trust, you touch interior notes, a certain emotionality, there is also a lot of poetry and a continuous constant search for special situations and unique environments, with a constant macabre attitude and a latent dose of irony.”
World Dream Conspiracy video
It is in the clinic that World Dream Conspiracy gave its first concert in the clinic in front of patients, during a Christmas party. That performance, simply called “Live at the Clinic” by the band, has been recorded but not released (yet). A video, created by the band’s David Moore, to the track “That Strange Feeling Of Not Knowing You At All” is now available to watch.
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