I don’t know why I’ve never reviewed this CD, in fact I don’t even know if it is still available (but it probably is). However if you really want to hear it and it’s not still available, by some happy chance I have two copies so hit me up for one. This record is so good that my iTunes recognised and labelled it all without me even being connected to the internet. That’s pretty cool.
Aaaanyway. Project Serendipity is a dude by the name of Paul who you may recognise from Kingston thrashy hardcorey types Black Tax, or more recently as one of the four sexiest members of Serf Combat. The live show is this guy sitting by a laptop, playing a series of blips and bleeps and tunes. However, apparently, these days there’s graphics and lights and other shiny things to keep a wandering mind interested.
It’s not a genre of music you’d usually catch me lurking near the stacks of in a music shop, I don’t even know what category it really falls into. It’s kind of an electronicy, ambient, chilled out mashup that surrounds you and builds up and breaks down and builds right back up again to sweaty lumbering climaxes.
At about 32 tracks long and a price tag of around £0, it’s fairly good value for money. I love it so much that when I lost my copy I got a feeling in my gut akin to swallowing a lead weight and had to harrass Paul for a new one. If you’re craving something a little different, wrap your ears around this.