The Lost Generation

by John Bata

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Jose Sutherland
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Jose Sutherland Hello everyone!
I think everybody should buy this album. It's good for relaxation, meditation and maybe to help you find your inner peace in the midst of turbulence and desperation.

My favorite track so far is Time Lapse, as the song progresses I can imagine the physical vibration of its sound and how the time moves at the same rhythm of each instrument or rather electronic effect.

I do not know too much about John Bata personally but one thing is for sure, once you hear his music and read his comments you can certainly have an idea who any artist is without masks.

Best of lucks for the so called DJ BATA. May the infinite UNIVERSE allows him to conquer his most deep and ambitions dreams.

JMS Favorite track: Time Lapse.
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about

I started this album as a homage to many of the bands like (Depeche Mode, The Cure, Kraftwerk and New Order) that I loved while growing up. Then I realized that I was incorporating impressions and textures from soundtracks that stood out to me in the past as well, (Cat People - Giorgio Moroder, Battlestar Galactica (G.M.) each song becoming an attempt to recreate sonically how it felt to be coming of age during the late 70's through the 90's sometimes materializing from a specific memory or feeling.

For me, music is like a time machine when it comes to memories.

Of course a lot of this album was influenced by newer more contemporary artists and art that I love as well, like Grimes, Junior Boys and inspired by the percussive energy of the film Whiplash.

The Lost Generation was chosen as the title for several reasons. Generation X has largely been forgotten and now is known as The Lost Generation with the rise of The Millennials. But I will never believe for a second that the latter is the more innovative of the two. Generation X built completely new forms of music (Trance, Hip Hop, House, and Techno) which are the building blocks for most of today's electronic music.

Hope you like it.

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released May 22, 2016

All songs written and produced by John Bata.

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John Bata Fort Lauderdale, Florida

I've been a Professional DJ since 1992 working in D.C. NYC and L.A. I currently live in Ft. Lauderdale. I started producing music in 2012 and am now hooked. I make music for road trips or chilling at home contemplating the universe or for what ever you find it useful for. ... more

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