Flexstyle releases Eye of the Storm Original Album

Video game remixer Flexstyle has recently an original electronic album titled “Eye of the Storm.” The album is available via Bandcamp and is currently price at $0, but you are free to pay whatever you want for it via Bandcamp’s system.

From the Bandcamp page:

Eye of the Storm chronicles–in audible and written form–the journey of a brave group of travelers through a mighty tempest. This is the fourth album from Glendale, AZ-based solo electronic artist Flexstyle, featuring a collaboration with up-and-coming Boulder, CO-based house musician Hollidayrain and a spectacular remix by Norman, OK-based electro producer PrototypeRaptor, winner of the Weeping Clouds remix competition. Included as bonus tracks (in the album download) are contest runners-up Moar and The Loopkitchen with their excellent Weeping Clouds remixes, along with a Flexstyle remix of Danish trance producer Airdrift’s song “Phoenix,” the original of which is available from Dangerbox Recordings.

As someone who’s a bit over saturated by electronic music, I approached this album with a grain of sand, but was very pleasantly surprised. The album features 17 high-quality tracks available in 320kbps MP3, FLAC, Apple Lossless, and more and is thoroughly recommended for anyone who’s a fan of Flexstyle’s remixes.

Album discussion on OverClocked ReMix
Flexstyle on OverClocked ReMix
Flexstyle on Bandcamp
Flexstyle’s Homepage
Eye of the Storm on Bandcamp

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Ramaniscence

Ramaniscence is the remixing moniker of Doug Arley. Doug has been an active member in the OverClocked ReMix community since early 2002, and has made numerous contributions since. In May of 2005 he launched ThaSauce, video game remix news site.