Evan Bartholomew has been preforming electronic music for nearly 20 years under the names of Bluetech, Evan Marc and Invisible Allies.

Along with being an internationally recognized touring music producer with over 27 album and EP releases, Bluetech is also one of the founders of Microdose VR, with Android Jones and the Vision Agency Team.

He made headlines again last Friday, July 19th, with his newest modular ambient release Liquid Geometries in Dub.

Teaming up with the influential UK dub label,  Liquid Sound Design, Bluetech takes us on a wonderful eclectic dub journey, offering an incredible collection of remixes of his previous album release Liquid Geometries on DiN Records.

Presenting remixed collaborations with artists like Gaudi, Desert Dwellers, Saafi Brothers, DF Tram, Ian Boddy, Living Light and many more, this release showcases a vast array of musical genres to satisfy both fans and music connoisseurs.

As a master of analog & modular sound synthesis, as well as DSP audio manipulation, Evan demonstrates a passion for sound design and cutting edge audio exploration with all the work he touches.

Pursuing music with meaning and purpose while covering a multitude of styles from ambient, to downtempo, future bass and techno, allows Evan to transcend the normally associated constructs of being an “electronic artist”.

“I’ve always seen a visual component in my minds eye when Im composing and listening to music, and its most often geometric forms that are shifting and changing. As new angles of polygons reveal themselves, new notes appear in a melody, and as they turn and change the music turns and changes. The term “liquid geometries” is literally the closest description I can come up with to how I compose and approach music production.”

Evan Bluetech

Listen to Bluetech’s newest album, Liquid Geometries in Dub and let us know what you think below!

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