PPXP 

Discography

PPXP EP Vol. 1 (20 June 2021)

Recorded and mixed in PPXP Studio, mastered by Nordenstam Mastering.


1. Crocodile Tears (129bpm)


A song about pretending to care... 


2. Omoi (128bpm)


The name of this song Omoi – 重い (おもい) describes the fealing of the groove: seriously heavy.


3. Post-Traumatic Growth (131bpm)


This song is inspired by: "Antifragile, Things That Gain From Disorder", by Nassim Nicholas Taleb. One of the most important literary works of our time. The recording features a guest musician on bass, the brilliantly funky and versatile bassplayer T.E Svendsen.

 

4. Even monkeys fall out of trees (131bpm)


From the japanese expression - 猿も木から落ちる. This recording features a guest musician on double bass, the norwegian artist Lars Korff Lofthus 



PPXP EP Vol. 2 (30 July 2021)

Recorded and mixed in PPXP Studio, mastered by Nordenstam Mastering.


1. ups et pertulerat (126bpm)


“Ups et pertulerat”, Latin for ups and downs, is an instrumental starting like a Hollywood action movie and transforming into musical euphoria. The progressive composition imitates the manic/melancholic ups and downs of life. The recording features a guest musician on bass, the brilliantly funky and versatile bassplayer T.E Svendsen.


2. Dance with fire (110bpm)


“Dance with fire” is inspired by shamanistic rhythms and invites to dance naked with your friends around an open bonfire under the pink moon.


3. God is what people make of it (120bpm)


“God is what people make of it” is a funky tune which introduces a social constructive perspective on organized religion, with references to the American political scientist Alexander Wendt as well as the work of American Professor of psychology John Henry Holland. Besides the theoretical background for the lyrics, the song was heavily inspired by comedian, and in the band’s perspective “a great contemporary philosopher”, Ricky Gervais and his show “Humanity”. The recording features a guest musician on bass, the brilliantly funky and versatile bassplayer T.E Svendsen.

 

4. when the lockdown is over (120bpm)


When the lockdown is over” is a progressive alternative-pop instrumental composed with the intention of bringing forth a perspective of hope in context of the world-wide pandemic.