Chains of Logic Seeks To Blend Emotions And Movement With Latest LP
Jesse Stephens, the artist and producer behind Chains of Logic, released his second full length album, Age of Progress, a few weeks ago with the help of Houston-based label, DropForge Records. Stephens, who has been producing electronic music for the last twenty years under various monikers in the Houston and Galveston Island areas, changed up the mood for his latest LP.
Age of Progress is a blend of experimental electronic and dubstep, which only enhances Stephens’ original vision of moving listeners physically to his sound while also giving them a chance to connect emotionally with his recent effort. Even Stephens himself considers his sophomore album to be “electronic music with an emotional edge.” With sounds reminiscent of The Future Sound of London and Skream, the pace is kept steady until “Age of Progress, Part Two” takes center stage – here the producer opts for a more upbeat and energetic vibe. Even when the album’s hi-NRG-like flow is interrupted, the tracks reflect the fragile state of emotions. Post “AoP, Part Two,” the album returns to its steady structure with various instruments and dubstep-influenced format. The final spoken lines of “We’re All In It Together” serve as a reminder that someone belongs to somewhere, even the human race.
Ages of Progress is out now on digital and physical format! Visit Chains of Logic to view how to purchase.