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Memory Splice is Atlanta's premier trance production/DJ group. First signed to Christopher Lawrence's label Pharmacy Music and featured by electronic music icon Paul Van Dyk, their debut EP, ”Vermillion/Antropy” spent 28 straight days on the Beatport Top 100 Trance Release chart, peaking at #16, Memory Splice is based around husband and wife team Pixie and Sonny Bruner. They use intense sound design and big sound palettes, layers upon layers, mind-warping automation and effects to only further showcase their talent for strong melodic uplifting or aggressive tech-heavy electronic music, music that blurs and transcends genres and subgenre. Memory Splice is always pushing ahead embracing modernism, these artists work in harmony to bring together and burn the bridges of classic and progressive trance and house using controllerism and all that technology can offer and will offer, to create and recreate a time-bubble of when listening to Electronic Music and going to underground parties and clubs was an immersive, lush, communal, and intense listening and dancing experience. They are supported by noted dance music DJ/Producers including M.I.K.E. Push, Guiseppe Ottaviani, Christopher Lawrence, Talla 2XLC, Thomas Datt, Paul Trainer, Kaeno, Allen & Envy, Liquid Soul, Paul van Dyk and more. Memory Splice are monthly residents at Inner State of Trance. They do a monthly global broadcast "Soundscapes" and are currently finishing their second EP. [+]
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