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Null embraces '90s trance euphoria with first track from debut LP

Strap in for a ride through galaxies of visuals designed for VR

  • SCOTT CARBINES
  • 1 August 2018
Null embraces '90s trance euphoria with first track from debut LP

Melbourne electronica-naut Null, real name Hayden Quinn, has announced details of his debut album and shared its euphoric first single, 'Innocence Module.'

With a nod to '90s trance and the emotive productions of the likes of Sasha, Paul Van Dyk and Chicane, the high-energy track is complemented by immersive 360-degree visuals designed by Minnesota-based artist Cubex Godhands.

The album, 'Med', takes inspiration from a vast range of emotions and subgenres, including late-90s trance, early-90s hardcore breakbeat and acid, and modern experimental electronica.

It was written over three years during a period when Quinn was taking antidepressants on and off, in a relationship described as "tumultuous."

The release follows his 2015 'Almost' EP on Acephale/Siberia Records.

Check out the track and visuals, designed to be waded through via phone or VR headset, below. 'Med' is out in October on Enhancer Records.

Scott Carbines is Mixmag's Australian Digital Content Editor, follow him on Twitter

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