Science Vs Nature PodCast
NYC Live Electronica
Podcast 1 for theFuture.fm
March 28, 2014 06:32 AM PDT
Aproached by theFuture.fm to do an exclusive podcast, we asked if we could post older shows. They said yes . . . so here ya go!
Its been a while since we've done a podcast, and in this new series, we are showing off our new sounds and songs using the new Mac Pro. Needless to say, but we will, that machine has provided no boundaries in what we want, and it shows. We hope you enjoy this as much as we did making it.
3 songs: Insomniac, Parallel Pursuits, Smooth Talker (each song recorded live)
March 20, 2012 07:19 PM PDT
One of the movers and shakers of the Tuscon area, Electric Feel will be showcasing Science Vs Nature. Tune in 91.3 fm, Friday, March 23 at 8:45 in Tuscon AZ to get a listen to SVN Live!SVN Live Demo Spring 2012
February 28, 2012 04:14 PM PST
Performed and recorded live . . .
Track 1: Evacuate (featuring Max Burgundy) (unreleased)
January 24, 2012 07:34 PM PST
Apologies in advance for the "home movie" vibe, but i thought you might like to see what my Costa Rica trip was like, set to "Dreamstate (Nature Remix)" available on iTunes and Amazon.
Expect a "real" podcast shortly. Lots of news!Nature Podcast 13
December 12, 2011 07:00 AM PST
Away on vacation, Nature gives a sneak peak at some raw footage from Costa Rica.
November 30, 2011 12:11 PM PST
Nature has insomnia. So instead of being negative, he did a podcast discussing closed ear and open ear headphones, as well as gives a hint to check out his latest remix of Mr. Groove.Science Podcast 11
December 06, 2011 07:00 AM PST
Science spends some time out west. And lucky us, he decided to stay in touch!Nature Podcast 11
November 15, 2011 05:29 PM PST
After a very long day, Nature gives a few insights, as well as some great tips and tricks for music producers.Science Podcast 10
November 10, 2011 01:49 PM PST
After several takes, THIS is what Science came up with! LMAOScience Podcast 9
November 02, 2011 03:59 PM PDT
Science exposes the truth about the existence of the universe . . . ok not really, but he does expose his jaunt upstate to work on some SVN projects. While he talks look at his pretty new toys!
Live Electronica. Really.
Science Vs Nature (SVN) has been working together since early 2001 to reinvent electronic music. For years they pushed the limits of live electronica technology using hardware that was originally intended for studio use only. Today, SVN is the front-runner of live electronic music with over 10 years under their belt, including multiple singles, an EP, and a full length album, and yes . . . they are still using gear only experts could dream of using in their live show.
Science Vs Nature. A principal based on everything. A foundation built from Zeros, Ones, and form fit DNA. SVN is an electronic band showcasing live performances. Our objective is to make live, vocal electronica, something that is increasingly accepted and respected. A spectacle of lights, buttons, and blinding talent, SVN will not be forgotten. SCIENCE: From an early age, Christian Aydt found a true calling in electronica. Listening and learning, he acquired his first synthesizer at the age of 14. 17 years later, Christian leads the foundation of SVN in the direction he always dreamed. Regular 15 hour studio sessions and a strong foundation in musicology have allowed him to repeatedly push envelopes within the work that is the basis for SVN. VERSES: In the past, Science Vs Nature has worked with Ken Spector, Analia Lyon, Jason Walker, and Analia Garcia, just to name a few. For every artist we showcase, this is where we place them: front, center, and in-between Science and Nature. It is here that ego disappears, competition dissolves, and the love of music is versed. NATURE: Kiley Thompson (a.k.a DJ Usul) spent ten years behind the 1's and 2's, with venues under his belt like Twilo and Ministry of Sound. One can never be sure which state Mr. Thompson is paying a visit to when you speak with him. Typically, it is a state closer to Zen than any other. Kiley's sense of rhythm and groove is unmatched. Ironic as it may seem, "Nature" seems to have a bionic cerebrum.
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