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“The Doctrine of Maybeness” is an anthology of Danny Hyde’s personal recording project Aural Rage. Hyde is an engineer, programmer, producer, collaborator, remixer, and co-conspirator with Coil, Nine Inch Nails, Psychic TV, Depeche Mode and many others. This is a 15th anniversary collection of his musical adventures, presented on three CDs: “A Nature Of Nonsense”, “Sinsemilla Dreams” and “Svay Pak”, with unreleased bonus tracks.
Danny Hyde was a pioneer of digital sampling, producing 80’s band Savage Progress a UK group who had chart success in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He worked with The The, Soft Cell, and many more, contributing his expertise with Fairlight and Synclavier synthesizers. He contributed many unique sounds to Coil’s legacy and worked on their legendary albums Horse Rotovator, Love’s Secret Domain and The New Backwards. Coil fans know that Hyde was a kind of a secret member of this group.
Aural Rage creates dark, industrial-tinged electronica and moony-ambient music loaded with synthetic strings, programmed rhythms, shuddering MDMA-filtered beats, acid gurgles and insect buzzes. This anthology is a cross-genre cocktail of music styles, a pure experiment without any borders.
The project features guest musicians John Balance and Peter Christopherson (Coil) and Joanna de Seyne.