Cliff Dalton is no stranger to Electronic Music. With an undying passion for the music since a child, and inspired by the works of acts like pioneering band Kraftwerk, Cliff Dalton - real name Sander Evers - is also one of the most exciting acts to come about in the Electro scene as of late. Recently signing to highly productive and innovative UK label Specimen Records, Cliff Dalton enters new territory for himself; having actually never written Electro before, with "Rise of the Robot Man"; a collection of 8 polished Electro tunes, steered by brooding melodies and intensely vivid soundscapes that amalgamate into a very cinematic and profound story about Transhumanism, and emerging technologies that will forever change who we are as living beings.
Having also previously experimented with writing Techno tunes under the name Klangprod, as well as Tramtunnel (w/ Erik Griffoen aka Lloyd Stellar), on the Nedertechno label last year, his newest endeavour; this time into the realm of Electro music, is a direct result of the COVID-19 lockdowns, where for the artist the experience becomes a journey deep into his own mind, deep into this fascinating music that has been a way of life for him since the very beginning, and deep into a sonic artistry that unveils some rather complex and perplexing auras and ideas about the current evolutionary leap we are in the middle of.
"Rise of the Robot Man" by Cliff Dalton is out now on a beautiful translucent red vinyl disc, as well as digital. You can find it via the label's Bandcamp, or outlets such as Juno, Red Eye, along many others.
You can check out more songs from this release via the player below: