Composer, producer, programmer, performer and Grammy nominated Groove Collective drummer Genji Siraisi takes a post-modern (and often post-apocalyptic) stance on Censorsh!t: Pt.1 Bad Monkey with a mixture of downtempo grooves, glitch-hop, ambient textures and minimal dancefloor tracks, all seamlessly blended into a bold and cinematic journey.
"I'll never forget the rehearsal when Genji confided his new drum theory to me," says Genji's former bandmate and one of the remixers on the album, Alex Moulton. "He said something like, 'Instead of putting the "One" at the beginning of every bar, why can't every beat be the "One"? Then you could play any crazy fill you wanted, One, One, One, One...' The idea seemed both ground-breaking and ludicrous. I didn't fully grasp it until years later when I heard the demos for Censorsh!t. Genji's style is truly a demonstration of his theory. When you see him live, under his name or as Pushtobreak, you'll get a whole new understanding of what it is to be a drummer in the 21st Century."
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