Interactive CD-R | Sitework An experiential CD-R comprising the full NIGHTlinkRail.com internet project, Enter Active (Day 019) opens its doors at the homepage at Station 019, and presents a guide through the full 100 stations, along with the mixed marketingese messages and multimedia of Day For Night’s deliberately confusing and ironic railway parody, in a self-contained, hermetically-sealed universe. Periodically […]
An electronic musical trio led by studio owner Jupiter Jenkins, releasing their recordings as “library music” income to further fund their audio research. Vini Jackson (bass, drums, electronics, pedals) and ‘special guest artist’ keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist Peter Sibley (Fuzzknobs, Künstfabriken) joins notably for the band’s releases after 1994.
Through the 1990’s, Rhythm Factory worked through most electronic sub-genres, from acid house, IDM, industrial, techno, trance, big beat, progressive house, jungle-drum and bass and ambient.
Casting aside more traditional pop-star aspirations in favor of the more dignified calm (Seriously? – Ed.) of the dance and electronic charts, this is part of a carefully-crafted “wise move” according to Jupiter, non-defensively and fully on-target with the master plan laid with the original band blueprint.
(Document may be viewed behind glass at the Morrowvale Registry Office, between the hours of 9-3 most days of the week; ask for Val.)
Notable RHYTHM FACTORY projects and appearances include:
Day 099 ‘The Railway Chest” is something of an anomaly in the Day For Night catalogue. Designed by Eric Scott, this oak-paneled compartmental travel chest stands on its own feet and also happens to hold coffee and drinks. Hand crafted in intricate detail, this ameublement has been modeled after an antique railway trainspotter’s chest.
Kunstfabriken, featuring the Day For Night “all-stars” (as they are unofficially called in this one-off project) perform this playfully motorik instrumental for Bass, Guitars, Drums, Melodica, Piano, and Toy Xylophone, with guest contributions from members of The Everyday, Rhythm Factory, Salvador Dalek, Mr. No-Logo, Found and Cowboy Joe. Released on the 30th anniversary of the […]
3-HOUR / DAILY MUSIC SHOW on Mixcloud LISTEN IN on KDFN, Morrowvale’s #2 Music Station! Host and DJ Peter Sibley (Fuzzknobs, Kunstfabriken, Rhythm Factory) introduces a specially-curated 3-Hour morning mix from the Day For Night label, to help cure the post-Christmas blues and give you something to finally sit, relax and enjoy (really) looking at […]
Sitework | Brand https://rhythm-factory.co.uk Rhythm Factory on Day For Night
Art Direction Eric Scott, Art & Musical Director for Day For Night: “With instrumental, and especially textural electronic music, the primary relevance of music is clearest – namely, that music doesn’t really mean anything – it doesn’t need all sorts of lyrics and words and gimmicks in order to be successful.” Therefore, it feels appropriate that […]
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Music Video for “The Stenotelegrapher” by Rhythm Factory. Rhythm Factory “From 5A to 6A – The Singles” (Day 074). Mixdate: 2006_0926. All rights reserved. All tracks © Day For Night / Editions La Nuit Américaine.
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Mix | Streaming Playlist Salvador Dalek’s “Seaside Weekend” (Day 085) is where downtempo beats meet beachside bingo. Mixed by Eric Scott, this set melds progressive house and dancefloor-oriented grooves from the Day For Night artist roster, also featuring Rhythm Factory, … and even Bluebottles… resulting in a blend of hauntological pastiche.
The inner musical soup of Eric Scott begins as a swirling repetitive haze of musical, nearly ‘hauntological’ melodies at times. This forms the basis for the Inner Radio project, which began on the 1st of January 2014, and has continued as a musical diary since, with daily results pouring from the everyday of Day For […]
Podcast | Salvador Dalek’s “Trypnotica” Downtempo, trip-hop, ambient cinematica, micro-glitch and percussive timbral Latest Eric Scott’s Cloudcasts on Mixcloud Description: More downtempo headphone listening and indoor ambience from Salvador Dalek, presenting an exploratory musics for interiors… all recorded live at Tripnotic.fm at The Room, Santa Monica
Recorded Live at Tripnotic (The Room) in Santa Monica on March 15, 2012 A 2-hour mix special featuring Swim~ label artists: Malka Spigel, Oracle, Ronnie & Clyde, Akatombo, dol-lop and Githead… plus Scanner, International Peoples Gang, Hooverphonic, Sneaker Pimps, Faust, Durutti Column, Massive Attack, Howie B, Rhythm Factory (Day For Night), Boards of Canada, Thievery […]
Remix by Rhythm Factory | Download Producing under the pseudonym Rhythm Factory, Eric Scott remixes Martin Solveig’s “Hello” (featuring vocals by Dragonette) into the “Goodbye Remix” Heavy-but-fluid beats coupled with distorted sequencer lines, all adding up to a departure from the familiar pop original, and into progressive house territory. https://www.beatportal.com/remix/detail/hello-goodbye-remix-by-eric-scott/
Talk About It! PSA: Brand Experience, Editorial Design & Strategy Washington, D.C., November 11, 2010 PRNewswire The Epilepsy Foundation’s National Epilepsy Awareness Month gets a boost from Paramount Pictures and JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions with a red-carpet affair and after party for Morning Glory, starring Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton, and Rachel McAdams. The event benefits TalkAboutIt.org, created […]
“Talk About It!” Legomation from Day For Night. Viral animation created during the pre-launch of Talk About It.org. Design and sequential animation by Eric Scott from stills by Robert Scott. No Lego®s were harmed in the making of this film. Many thanks to Grunny for the inspiration behind making this… “Microhomemusic” by Rhythm Factory from “From 5A to 6A […]
Acid Vampire Lounge, Vol. 69 Day 047. Mission “ALIAS (Music To Inspire A Series)” Eighties Without A Face : a gag-me of rock instrumentals from the archives, 1980-89 Electronica 4 : Miss Pink Rides Again! Fahrverbangin’! Je Te Veux! (Miss Pink’s Electroclash Mixes) Work For The Ear To Do : 1 Work For The Ear […]
CD | Download “Beat The Time” (Day 055) is the culmination mash-up of various live performances and by ambient and progressive cinematica artists Salvador Dalek. unleashing the label’s back catalogue to storming set of progressive house, trance, and drum’n’bass remixes. Mixed by Eric Scott, this set melds progressive house and dancefloor-oriented grooves (even drum ‘n’ bass beats) from the […]
CD | Download Genre: Eclectic electronica, trip-hop, found sound, ambient, breakbeat, modern composition, avant-garde jazz-classical and world indie. “JUNCTION: ANOTHER TRAIN LEAVING” Included tracks from Eric Scott, Rhythm Factory, Found, Mr. No-Logo and Salvador Dalek, result in a blend of melodic sampladelia. On “Junction (Another Train Leaving/Day 050),” the latest Day For Night sampler, Salvador Dalek (Eric Scott / Pete Moraites) remix the label’s […]
CD / Download Genres: Found sound and dark ambient/cinematica Day For Night label compilation “Music From The Park” (Day 020) highlights multi-tasking composer Eric Scott in producer/instrumentalist roles. Donning his remix cap, he weaves 18 original tracks and presents us with his personal, sonic mind-map, mashing up the cinematic vs. the narrative; aggro vs. paranoiac; ambient vs. atmospheric. […]
CD | Download Genres: Eclectic electronica, beats and soundscapes Day For Night label compilation “The Inner Cinema” (Day 010) highlights multi-tasking composer Eric Scott in producer/instrumentalist roles. Donning his remix cap, he weaves 18 original tracks and presents us with his personal, sonic mind-map, mashing up the cinematic vs. the narrative; aggro vs. paranoiac; ambient vs. […]
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CD | Download “Music For Targeted Television Advertising” (Day 052) shows Rhythm Factory – composer/producer Eric Scott – releasing an eclectic, electronic soundtracks compilation to coincide with the latest video scores. Despite the Eno-esque references made by its ironic title, this 2005 collection is composed of professionally-commissioned soundtracks, representing Eric Scott’s underscores and output for commercial clients […]