playlist artwork#12 this weekIncrease the Dosage

by Revolution Void


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About this album

  • Published: Jun 20, 2006

The album Increase the Dosage features guest performances by musicians such as Seamus Blake (the Mingus Big Band), Michael Shrieve (Santana) and Matthew Garrison (Herbie Hancock).

The album was released initially on 4/4/2004 but the short-run self-released pressing quickly sold out. It was released again on 9/25/05 in a web package with full album art.

The web package is a self-contained website with hyperlinks directly from the tracklist to MP3 sound files. It features 4 pages of full-color artwork by Seattle artist Shawn Wolfe. (view web package)

Excerpt from All Music Guide review by Matt Borghi:

The Revolution Void recording is excellent and shows quite a gifted blend of sounds that defy genre specification, coming together and becoming quite cohesive. This is a very eclectic recording and one that certainly rewards the listener with a palette for new and intriguing sound. This is a great disc, and one that listeners should definitely look into.

4/5 stars.


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Reviews for "Increase the Dosage"

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Good album

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Aug 23, 2010

I found tracks from this album on a game that I rather enjoy playing on the internet and looked up some of the titles. Well, I was surprised to say the least, that they were actually out there and free! Great songs, and I especially have fond memories of the tracks on the game :P

well well

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Aug 13, 2006

Ben j'crois qu'y aura pas trop grand chose à dire... C'est grandiose de maîtrise, de créativité et d'inventivité - le son est propre. De A à Z, cet album cartonne!

what a cast what a sound!!!!

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Oct 1, 2008

My ears like it!

Good album

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Mar 28, 2010

To me, it's...reminiscent of Boards of Canada's Geogaddi. I like it. Wish I could write a more in-depth review, but I know I'm not that educated in music to do so, and it's the internet anyway, so I what I've said has been said a million times over already. Reminiscent of Boards of Canada; I like it.
On The Mission From God


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Jun 6, 2010


Porusza uszy

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Oct 5, 2008

Relaksujace a zarazem z doza zywiolowosci. Miksy jazzu z elektronika juz slyszalem, ale te wykonanie uwazam za dobrze dobrane polaczenie dawnego grania z nowym.


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Feb 28, 2010

Альбом супер. Самый тру что у них есть
DJ I-Enk


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Aug 22, 2011

olivier zabe

Good album

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Nov 1, 2011

teeeeerrrrriiiible !!!!


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Sep 23, 2009

Au vu des artistes...pas étonnant ! Ce qui l'est est qu'ils soient sur Jam...ben on ne peut que les remercier de venir à nous (c'est preuve qu'ils n'ont pas "le melon"...). Style JazzRockProgressive (vite dit)...c'est leur "touch" qui fait la différence et le feeling qu'ils dégagent.... Les amateurs de bon son...c'est incontournable. MERCI et CHAPEAU les Artistes ! (et surtout merci Maxalo pour ce caviar)