Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Eewas Cesium releases new EP 'Human Way of Life'


The composers of contemporary electronic dance music known as Eewas Cesium have released their latest EP music record album, titled, “Human Way of Life.” The EP is comprised of three wholly original compositions and two excellently unique remixes of popular classic rock tunes, “Long Train Running” by the Doobie Brothers, and “Don't Stop Believin'” by Journey. The EP has an approximate total playing time of 25 minutes. It is the most significant official release from Eewas Cesium since their popular 2012 EP, “A New Planet.”

Eewas Cesium is EDM music for everyday life, as well as for nightclub dance floors and the underground rave scene. The new EP, “Human Way of Life,” incorporates groovy live sound with traditional digitized instrumentation, as well as a healthy dose of Moog synth. Their music is as founded on their melody lines as it is on their back beats, making for songs that are excellent listening in almost any conceivable circumstance. Their two included remixes manage to be fresh and new while remaining absolutely true to the original recordings. Each of their original tracks has a signature tone that recalls some the greatest DJs of traditional house music.

Eewas Cesium cite as main artistic influences such artists as Daft Punk, George Benson, Kraftwerk, Ennio Morricone, the Beatles, and Sergei Prokofiev (in that order). They have been composing music since the early 2000s.

They write of their music project, “Eewas Cesium is the story of a discovery, something new, a virgin land where Music is the key! We want to give to listeners maximum emotion. That’s all, folks.”

They give their address as “Zeta Reticuli in the southern constellation of Reticulum,” and the following statement is taken verbatim from their official artist's bio:

“From a trip to space-time, two beings from a galaxy far away, discover surprised, the existence of a new planet where life has developed ….. This new planet ¥ μ-15th ’(the Earth) is ridiculously small and blue. An orange studded with curious and primitive beings, forming a crazy, creative and ephemeral civilization…

They decided to observe, to scrutinize every corners, trying to understand… How does it work? Why does it work? Who are these beings...

Finally they discover that Music is the universal language of mankind. The emotion on edge, the dream and the fullness across a few notes... The two explorers then choose to translate fully in Music everything they see, what they feel, what they learn.

It is now their mission.”

“Human Way of Life” by Eewas Cesium is available online worldwide. Get in early.

-S. McCauley
Staff Press Release Writer

The EP “Human Way of Life” is distributed globally by MondoTunes (www.MondoTunes.com) and is available at iTunes for convenient purchase and download

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