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Paisley Babylon Remix of Binary Partners “Let Those Asses Know We’re In Here”

Paisley Babylon has been hard at work in the studio doing a number of projects including mixing and remixing a new album by Binary Partners. Details on that are coming soon, but suffice it to say that the record is heavily influenced by the philosophies of Burroughs, Gysin, and early electronic music pioneers. There is plenty of sonic madness on offer and BP are releasing bits and pieces of their studio work in anticipation of the new album.

Here’s one such outtake from the Binary Partners sessions of late 2012 and early 2013. “Let Those Asses Know We’re In Here” is a pagan tribute to all that is irreverent, blasphemous, and improper. This version features instrumentation, cutups and other manipulations by Paisley Babylon.

Listen to “Let Those Asses Know We’re In Here” by Binary Partners, remixed by Paisley Babylon courtesy of Soundcloud.

Paisley Babylon Songs From The Interstellar Hash Bar Jukebox Debuts

Paisley Babylon Songs from the Interstellar Hash Bar JukeboxTurntabling Records is proud to present the latest CD by Paisley Babylon. Songs From the Interstellar Hash Bar Jukebox has been submitted to iTunes, Amazon.com, and plenty of other digital outlets.

The album is 17 tracks of electronic acid trips. Founder Joe Wallace is fond of referring to Paisley Babylon music as “double features at the chemical drive-in”. Listening to the new album it’s easy to hear what he means.

Songs From The Interstellar Hash Bar Jukebox continues in the same trippy, late-night altered states listening experience as the previous release, Midnight Hallucinations. Each of the seventeen tracks is a complete space journey. According to Joe Wallace, “This album is futuristic sex music for double-bed isolation tank lovers. Or maybe it’s the fever dreams of Hal 9000 before Dave pulled the plug. Either way, you are sure to have a long, strange trip.” Indeed.

You can get a preview all tracks via iTunes. The whole album is $9.99, quite a bargain compared to buying all 17 tracks individually over time as you get addicted to leaving your mind while listening.