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Insane Creatures - Complex Behaviour

Caveman - Complex Behaviour


After the first EP "Fractal Dreams" in 2011, Insane Creatures is now releasing its 2nd EP "Complex Behaviour" with Purple Hexagon Records. This EP is the expression of new concepts and production techniques that have evolved over time, including heavier baselines, faster drumming patterns and different complex rhythms, where everything is mainly produced with analogue synthesisers. It includes some classics such as the remix from Loose Connection "Boom Blues" and "Delusional Perceptions" and it delivers the new complex behaving concept through "Constructive Interference" and "Temperamental Behaviour" tracks, while moving away from the typical Bpm's range of 146 to 150.

Complexity often depends on the concept of a "system" - i.e. a set of parts or elements interrelated among them and at the same time differentiated from relations with other elements outside the retinal regime. Complexity expresses a condition of numerous elements in a system and numerous forms of relationships among the different elements. However, what one sees as complex and what one sees as simple is relative and changes with time. In 1948 Warren Weaver posited two forms of complexity: disorganised complexity, and organised complexity. Phenomena of "disorganised complexity" are treated using probability theory and statical mechanics, while "organised complexity" deals with phenomena that escape such approaches and confront "dealing simultaneously with a sizeable number of factors which are interrelated into an organic whole."

We hope that you enjoy this new EP in this new world of Insanity and Complexity, expect more to come in the near future from Insane Creatures project.