01-01-2016, 07:01 AM
Hey guys and girls! My name is Mike and I've been producing electronic music under the alias Neorev for 15 or so years. I'm based in New York. I always wanted to make music for video games. The mid-90's electronica boom here in the States was a huge influence on me, artists like The Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, Meat Beat Manifesto, Leftfield, and too many others to list. I remember playing the music off my Wipeout XL game PS disc constantly on my stereo until they released the official soundtrack. But you see where I'm coming from musically. My style is a bit aggressive and mixes up elements of industrial, dubstep, hip hop, and rock. Each of my releases have always been a bit different from each other, hate repeating myself. But I recently released an album of collaborations with vocalists across the globe called "Disrupt The Scene." It was fun stepping outside my box and working with other artists, pushing me in new directions and mixing other styles of music into my own. On Bandcamp, you will be able to find many of my releases from over the years going back to my debut "Lines & Shapes" back in 2006 all the way to my latest mini concept album "Across These Lands Unknown." On Bandcamp, you can name your own price. So if you click "Buy Now" and enter "0," you can still download the full release in the format of your choice for free. If you do feel like donating a couple of bucks, bless you and I appreciate your support. Anyway, I'll stop blabbering and let you get to the music. Enjoy!


Available now on Bandcamp iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Spotify, TIDAL, Apple Music, Deezer, & Rdio

01 SWAY [ft. Marcuss]
02 NO CONTROL [ft. It Was July]
03 CHIP AWAY [ft. Argotec]
04 PRUNE JUICE [ft. Centri]
06 SHOCK WAVE [ft. Noise Generator]
07 TERRIBLE SKY [ft. It Was July]
08 SMILES AND HANDSHAKES [ft. Kid Versus Chemical]
09 SO TWISTED [ft. Marcuss]
10 ROLLERCOASTER [ft. It Was July & Noise Generator]
11 MONETARY POLICY [ft. Centri]
12 RUFF, RUGGED, N' RAW [ft. Villain]
13 THE SWITCH [ft. It Was July]

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Review is up on Big Takeover Magazine!

"Long Island’s Neorev finally returns to the physical format after six years with bona fide “best of” that collects collaborative highlights from his now out of print Bandcamp EPs with some stunning new material, proving, once and for all, that he is the best electronic artist you’ve never heard of.

Disrupt the Scene carefully celebrates the many modes of electronic dance music without sacrificing artistic integrity in the process. Most of the tracks center on hip-hop, beginning with the opening onslaught of “Sway” featuring rapper Marcuss, who also appears on “So Twisted.” Later, Centri brings a Kool Keith weirdness to “Prune Juice” and “Monetary Policy,” while Villain completely dominates the hardcore drum & bass of “Rough, Rugged, N’ Raw” and the dubstep attack of “Start the Revolution.” Kid Versus Chemical even drops jaws on the Wu-Tang-inspired “Smiles and Handshakes.” On the other side of the spectrum, It Was July adds an upbeat pop sensibility to “No Control” and “Revolution,” but shows range in darker tracks, like “Terrible Sky” and “The Switch,” and Noise Generator incorporate their industrial touch in “Shock Wave.” It’s not just dance music, it’s real music borne from electronics, but raised on a rock sensibility that stays away from the average 4/4 thumping you hear in the club.

At this point, Neorev should be Diplo, but he’s not, and maybe that’s a good thing. He’s still an artist who’s not afraid to take chances, beholden to no one but himself, and that’s perfect."
-Chuck Foster (Big Takeover Magazine)

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01-27-2016, 04:12 AM
So 2016 is here... how about a brand new Neorev​ release?


1. Starlight 04:55
2. The Infinite Abyss 04:40
3. Beyond 05:15
4. Voices Calling Me 02:36
5. Across These Lands Unknown 05:23

"Across These Lands Unknown" is a special release that I have been working on for the last couple of years on the side. I consider this to be more of a concept album, a different mood and feel compared to the usual style aimed at dancefloors and subwoofers. You can say it's like a soundtrack. My own cinematic score to an imaginary movie inside my own head. It all began with the cover artwork, which I used as the main inspiration for its songs. I wanted to do something special for fans and start of the new year with something new and different.

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