Live In South and North New Jersey April 2014 April 10, 2014
 

At Work New Jersey Statewide Tour 2013

There will be two At Work shows this month in New Jersey.

One in the South (Atlantic City) on April 12 thanks to Gridwork (Facebook Event).
One in the North (Paterson) on April 27 thanks to MusiXplore (Facebook Event).

If you are at the show in South Jersey, you will hear new material from forthcoming releases on Batona Music, NOISE AND COUNTER NOISE and SOUND SYSTEMS.

If you are at the show in North Jersey, you will hear new material from forthcoming release on Batona Music A THOUSAND BLENDED NOTES.


Live In South and North New Jersey 2014
Gridwork Presents

Achievement – Philadelphia
Custom Lifestyle (Facebook)

At Work – Pine Barrens, NJ
Batona Music

Beataddictx – NJ
Soundcloud
All Vinyl DJ Set

Resident Gridworkers:
ᔕᗩᗰᗯᗨᔕ
Yung Coyote

Visuals:
Stingray Bob (See his work on YouTube)

Live Painting:
Fraktal Fingers

Vending:
Art Before Crime
Deep Seeded

At Le Grand Fromage
25 Gordon’s Alley
(Listed as 25 S Presbyterian Ave on Google Maps)
Atlantic City, NJ

Price: $7
9pm-2am.

Supported by:
Little House Booking
FML
Psy.Fi




Live In South and North New Jersey 2014








Live In South and North New Jersey 2014
musiXplore Presents

At Work – Pine Barrens, NJ
Batona Music

JEM – NJ
JEM on Vimeo

At Ivanhoe Wheelhouse
4 Spruce Street
Paterson, NJ

Price: $4.50 (Tickets)

Sunday, April 27
1pm-3pm










New Jersey Statewide Tour 2013 November 16, 2013
 

At Work New Jersey Statewide Tour 2013

The tour started September 7th and is currently underway.

Tickets: N/A
Times/City/Venue: N/A

Warning:
The tour will not feature any live or recorded music performance.
The tour will not involve any gathering or socializing.
The tour is unscripted, unplanned & unrehearsed.
I'm going around New Jersey to see what I can do.

Documentation will exist on atworksite.com in coming days.

From The Past To You will also commence simultaneously.
Documentation to follow.

The tour will feature efforts from COTYS.


At Work Remixes Cloud People on Gone With The Wild August 15, 2013
 

At Work Remixes Cloud People on Gone With The Wild



In the New Jersey Pine Barrens, there is a band of mythical beings which visit Evan Wilder to reveal melodies, rhythms and other information to him. In dreams. Or something like this. They are called Cloud People.

They have just today released their 9th release on Batona, and it is the last of its kind. It contains remixes of the previous 8 releases, with a few new ones. One of the new ones, "Shamong" is remixed by At Work.

The album also features remixes by Ambient Fabric (Norway), Jason Carr (Philadelphia/Detroit), Yung Coyote (New Jersey Pine Barrens), and Messier Object (deep space).

It combines Micromoog, live drum kit, djembe, guitar and more, arranged in a deconstructed break down of chop-ups and fine edits. It builds up and down and back to make an epic theme for and inspired by Shamong—a place in the Pinelands, with a name said to translate from Lene-Lenape to 'land of the Devil'.

Cloud People's Gone With The Wild (Cloud 9, Batona catalog number: PATH19) is available here.



  Pay what you want on Bandcamp


Format: Digital
Release date: August 15, 2013





Hurricane Sandy Victim Relief: Headphone Commute's ... and darkness came December 10, 2012
 

... and darkness came: Headphone Commute's Hurricane Sandy Victim Relief Compilation

More help is on the way for victims of Hurricane Sandy.

...and darkness came is an effort by Headphone Commute which resulted in a 6+ hour collection of music from a swell of over 87 artists from around the world. Read how it came about on Stephen Mejias' blog for Stereophile Magazine.

Artists include:

Clint Mansell • Max Richter • Nils Frahm • Hauschka • Machinefabriek • Valgeir Sigurðsson • Dustin O'Halloran • Christoph Berg • Hummingbird • Simon Scott • Marcus Fischer • Peter Broderick • Black Swan • Rival Consoles • Lawrence English • Kate Carr • Ólafur Arnalds • Waves On Canvas • Maps And Diagrams • Dalot • Good Weather For An Airstrike • Leah Kardos • Ezekiel Honig • Mark Templeton • Radere • Fabrizio Paterlini • Netherworld • Talvihorros • Pleq feat Strië • Antonymes • Brambles • Clem Leek • Minus Pilots • Olan Mill • Ian Hawgood • loscil • Bersarin Quartett • Hammock • M.Cadoo • Jóhann Jóhannsson • Rafael Anton Irisarri • Helios • Mike Jedlicka • Christopher Willits • Celer • :papercutz • Dakota Suite • Kreng • Anoice • Takahiro Kido • Yuki Murata • Aria Rostami • Peter Prautzch • The Frozen Vaults • riverrun • pinkcourtesyphone • David Wenngren • offthesky • Autistici • A Bleeding Star • Kane Ikin • Sun Hammer • Roel Funcken • Wabi Experience • Jase Rex • James Murray • Scanner • Erik K Skodvin • Julien Neto • Absent Without Leave • Last Days • Stray Ghost • Trifonic • Marcus Fjellström • Gen Ken Montgomery • David Newlyn • Boy Is Fiction • SaffronKeira • Ben Lukas Boysen • Somatic Responses • Évo Lëthi with Monolyth and Cobalt • Ex Confusion • Seth Chrisman • wndfrm • Infinite Scale • Floods

The album is available for $10 (or donate more) at Headphone Commute's BandCamp page. Released only hours ago, it is already Bandcamp's number one seller as of time of this post.

All proceeds benefit Hurricane Sandy victims via Doctors Without Borders and The Humane Society.

The track list includes Floods' "We Broke: Down (Life After Sandy - At Work Instrumental)" remixed by At Work.



  $10 USD on Bandcamp


Format: Digital
Released by: Headphone Commute
Release date: December 10, 2012






Out Now - Community Creation November 17, 2012
 

At Work - Community Creation

Download
 

$0.00 – Free on BandCamp.

Community Creation
 

In early 2011, At Work contributed a few melodies as a response to a call for collaboration from the Philadelphia Ambient Consortium.

New Jersey's Qixoni took the melodies and made a full track out of them.

He also shared them with his friends who produce: Bit Mummy, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Release The Kraken, from the now devastated Jersey shore.

Each took the few scraps provided and constructed their vision out of very little. Meanwhile, At Work remixed Qixoni's interpretation.

These mixes are the result.

Credits:
Track 1 produced by Release The Kraken & At Work.

Track 2 produced by Qixoni & At Work, remixed by At Work.

Track 3 produced by Bit Mummy & At Work.

Track 4 produced by Qixoni & At Work.

Coordinated and made possible by a generous effort from Qixoni. Thanks to Qixoni the Philadelphia Ambient Consortium for helping to further local creative communities.

Format: Digital
Label: Batona Music
Cat. No.: PATH17
Release date: November 17, 2012

Photo: Phil Ritz
Design: Nice Looking Designs.

Listen
 



Tracklisting
 

01. Community Creation (Release The Kraken)
02. Community Creation (Qixoni & At Work)
03. Community Creation (Bit Mummy)
04. Community Creation (Qixoni)

Total Time: 00:16:46



At Work's Floods Remix In Iron Man Records' "Gimpo's M25 25 Hour Spin" Film November 16, 2012
 



Gimpo's M25 25 Hour Spin has happened once a year, on the weekend closest to the spring equinox, since 1997. It will continue until the 25th spin, in 2021. You can read Bill Drummond's account of his participation in the 1st spin here. And see pictures here.

At Work has joined in on the 5th and 8th spins.

The man behind Iron Man Records participates. He made this above film, and then added At Work's remix of "We Broke: Down" by Floods as the score.

This glimpse into the 25 hours takes in the highway ambiance as the caravan makes its way through the wee morning hours of an early spring night, following the Orbital, crossing over the Thames on the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge into Essex, with still hours yet to go.

"We Broke: Down (At Work) is taken from the Floods EP, Intermission (PATH16) available from Batona Music at http://batona.bandcamp.com/album/intermission. Released November 10, 2012.

Filmed around London on the M25 Orbital, March 24, 2012.
Directed and produced by Iron Man Records.

For The Spin.


At Work Remixes Floods' "We Broke: Down" November 16, 2012
 

Floods - Intermission

Intermission, Floods' 2nd offering, was released November 10, 2012 on Batona Music.

It follows from 2008's Transmission (their first) as a short set of remixes.

It contains 3 tracks remixed by Batona label-mates: 1 by Cloud People and 2 by At Work.

"We Broke: Down (At Work)" was remixed in winter of early 2012, while "We Broke: Down (Life After Sandy At Work Instrumental)" was remixed just after Hurricane Sandy, which devastated New Jersey shore communities.

Download for free or pay if you like.


  Tracks:

01. We Broke: Down (At Work)
02. On The Corner Of Metropolitan And Manhattan (Cloud People's Jupiter in April Dub)
03. We Broke: Down (Life After Sandy At Work Instrumental)






Live At 11 East Gallery, Glassboro, NJ, September 26 September 20, 2012
 

Exotica 3D




  Wednesday, September 26, 2012
7:45 pm
$6
11 East Gallery, Glassboro, NJ (Map)

Performances by:
Kevin Greenspon
At Work
Mandelbrot's Chandeliers
Peaking Ducks
C Sides










At Work - Indiscernible Structures Video September 20, 2012
 



As originally seen August 24, 2012 at Tracey Moberly's installation Tweet-Me-Up for Undercurrent: Young People's Festival in The Tanks at Tate Modern.

From the At Work album, A Very Slow Collapse (PATH10) available from Batona Music at http://batona.bandcamp.com/album/a-very-slow-collapse. Released April 30, 2012.

Filmed in New Jersey.
Directed and produced by Todd Steponick.
Additional production by Nice Looking Designs.
For now.







At Work - Kita Ga Taihen July 14, 2012
 

At Work - Kita Ga Taihen

Released July 3, 2012
Design by Nice Looking Designs.




At Work - A Very Slow Collapse April 30, 2012
 

At Work - A Very Slow Collapse

Released April 30, 2012
Design by Nice Looking Designs.




Space Available (City Rain's Fell So Far Mix) Video April 30, 2012
 



"Space Available (City Rain's Fell So Far Mix)" is taken from the At Work remix album, Build It Up, Break It Down–Remix (PATH4) available in digital formats from Batona Music.

Original version appears on the At Work album Build It Up, Break It Down (PATH1) available on CD and digital formats from Batona Music.

Remix by City Rain.
Filmed in New Jersey.
Directed and produced by Todd Steponick.
Additional production by Nice Looking Designs.
For space.


Kita Ga Taihen: March 2012 March 11, 2012
 

Kita Ga Taihen
 


Featuring RAMIPAS
Release: March 2012

 



Live At The M Room, Philadelphia, March 25 March 10, 2012
 

Cut Party Tour 2012



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  Sunday, March 25, 2012, at 8pm
M Room, Philadelphia (Map)

Performances by:
Muerto Zoke
Helium Ointment
Deejay Kecheman
Screamerclauze
Meatsock
Panzer Division
At Work






Her Heart: The At Work Video Remix Of "The Captain Of Her Heart" by Double January 15, 2012
 



At Work - My Property

At Work - My Property

"Her Heart" is available for free on "My Property" (PATH7), from Batona Music at BandCamp.
  "Her Heart" is an unsolicited remix of Double's 1986 international success, "The Captain Of Her Heart."

Directed and produced by Todd Steponick, incorporating the original videos from Double:

The Captain Of Her Heart - US Version


The Captain Of Her Heart - Bollywood Uncut Version


Additional production by Nice Looking Designs.
Released January 3, 2012







At Work - For Free: My Property January 15, 2012
 

At Work - My Property

At Work - My Property

Visit BandCamp to download My Property.
  My Property is now your property, for free. The first 3 tracks were developed for maximum attention at Seclusiasis's Philadelphia Laptop Battles.

"Keep Calm" started as a remix of "Nothing Inside" by The Killing (the original remix is still available their Bandcamp page as Nothing Inside [Bust-Up Beats At Work]).

"Her Heart" is a remix of Double's 1986 international success, "The Captain Of Her Heart."

Released January 1, 2012
Design by Nice Looking Designs.
Some photos by T. Charles.







At Work - 10 Minute Break Download And Video December 31, 2011
 




At Work - 10 Minute Break

At Work - 10 Minute Break

Visit BandCamp to download 10 Minute Break.
  After the weight a of 2 hour long remix effort for Build It Up, Break It Down and several related music videos, reprieve is offered in the form of a 1-track release—10 Minute Break.

Music by At Work.
Directed and produced by Todd Steponick.
Clock courtesy of Alka.
Clock face rebrand by Nice Looking Designs.
For a break.





At Work - "Watching" Video October 30, 2011
 



A short video by At Work, made in New Jersey, June 9, 2011.




At Work - "Plate 909" Video June 6, 2011
 



"Plate 909" is taken from the At Work remix album, Build It Up, Break It Down–Remix (PATH4) available in digital formats from Batona Music.

Original version appears on the At Work album Build It Up, Break It Down (PATH1) available on CD and digital formats from Batona Music.

Filmed in New Jersey.
Directed and produced by Todd Steponick.
Additional production by Nice Looking Designs.
The landscape of New Jersey...


At Work Remix On Alka's Compounded for PETA May 27, 2011
 

Alka - Compounded

Alka - Compounded

  At Work has reciprocated a remix for Alka. "Separate (Snow) [At Work] V3" appears on Compounded – a selection of remixes of Alka's sublimely lucid instrumental electronic album, A Dog Lost In The Woods.

Compounded, released May 17, 2011 on Electronic Eel Records, also features mixes by Axiotronic, City Rain, Drexon Field, Gate Zero, Idhren, Kieron James, Mick Chillage, Ruxpin, Specta Ciera, and Zoon Van Snook.

Selections can be heard on Electronic Eel Records' site and is available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon.

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