as ingMob

Raymond’s work as ingMob features entirely original compositions and production, employing an eclectic assortment of instruments both real and imaginary. ingMob’s debut LP ‘Marrow’ was released in February 2014. Stream the entire record for free:
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with PLOrk

I joined the Princeton Laptop Orchestra (PLOrk) in 2008 and performed with them for 3 years. In 2009, I had the honor of sharing the stage with Matmos & So Percussion for performances at The Kitchen (NYC) and Princeton. In 2010, I composed & programmed a piece for PLOrk entitled ‘G‘, in which each instrument was controlled by the laptop’s internal accelerometer via the real-time machine learning environment The Wekinator. SmackTop is a related piece of software I wrote, which effectively turns (some) Mac laptops into a MIDI drum pad.

as Altitude Sickness

Under the moniker Altitude Sickness, I started making sample-based music in 2006. Shortly thereafter I began a 4-year residency at WPRB 103.3 FM, where my weekly show emphasized an eclectic mix of bicoastal beats. In 2007, I assembled my first monome in a tupperware and began performing live, chopping and looping on-the-fly. As Altitude Sickness, I have played across the US, opening for a number of amazing artists including Hudson Mohawke, Daedelus, Nosaj Thing, Deakin (of Animal Collective), Mike Slott, Lucky Dragons, Edison and makingthenoise.

Various projects hosted on: [soundcloud] [vimeo] [bandcamp] [smacktop]

Albums: [The Jamburglar (2010)] [Dirty Projections (2008)] [Mashinery (2008)]

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