Mouse on Mars
Dimensional People
Thrill Jockey
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1Dimensional People Part I 4:01
2Dimensional People Part II 4:57
3Dimensional People Part III 3:49
4Foul Mouth 3:10
5Aviation 1:56
6Parliament Of Aliens Part I 4:39
7Daylight 5:46
8Tear To My Eye 2:17
9Parliament Of Aliens Part II 4:27
10Parliament Of Aliens Part III 0:33
11Résumé 5:03
12Sidney In A Cup 3:13

Mouse on Mars’ Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner return with their most inventive album to date, Dimensional People. The electronic music pioneers have been critically acclaimed for their playful and inventive sound and production techniques on releases spanning from the early ‘90s to now. In demand from a surprising array of artists their most recent contributions are featured on the Grammy award winning album Sleep Well Beast by The National.

The duo are joined on Dimensional People by an impressive list of guests: Justin Vernon (Bon Iver), Aaron and Bryce Dessner (The National), Zach Condon (Beirut), Spank Rock, Swamp Dogg, Eric D. Clarke, Lisa Hannigan, Amanda Blank, Sam Amidon, Ensemble Musikfabrik, and about 20 more musical collaborators. The cast of characters are as unique as they are vast, clearly a rich quarry for the prodigious duo.

Dimensional People is by it’s nature a collaborative album. Originally premiering as a spatial composition using object-based mixing technology playing with the possibilities of sonic design (4D Sound) and collective musicianship, the recording expands upon these ideas. Dimensional People expresses itself as a dynamic 50-piece orchestra, telling a story in sound.

Mouse on Mars offer sound as a means to encourage open-minded societies, aided by cutting-edge technology including their own MoMinstruments music software or a spatial mixing technique called object based mixing, with which a spatial version of the work was created. It is a conceptual puzzle composed around one harmonic spectrum within one rhythmic scheme, mostly in the tempo of 145bpm (inspired by Chicago footwork, so the dance floor is not entirely absent).

A limited supply of vinyl is pressed on random color “mash-up” vinyl. During pressing a divider is put in the vinyl hopper separating up to 4 colors, then each time a new biscuit is made it draws from a different section. Making each record different from the last!