Holiday (Madonna cover) and Numb (Linkin Park Cover)
The Doncaster Electronic Foundation (DEF) has featured two cover versions from This Human Condition on their Halloween themed masquerade albums, the idea is to cover a well-known song in your own unique style. Listen to these very different versions.
A Fourth Masquerade features Holiday (Madonna Cover) released 31st October 2016
A Fith Masquerade features Numb
(Linkin Park Cover) released 31st October 2017
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This Human Condition feature on
Teknofonic Essential's Vol 1: Featuring Psychotropic (Track 6)
Released April 15th, 2016.
Teknofonic Essential's Vol 2: Featuring Telepathic Heights (Track 16)
Released: December 23, 2016
Teknofonic Essential's Vol 3: Featuring Breaking The Code (Sauerwelt Remix)
Breaking The Code
Release Date: January 31, 2017
This Human Condition’s single from their debut album ‘Project Zero’ is set to a dark, twisting and introspective atmosphere with Erasure-esque soundscapes. Written on the day Alan Turing received a posthumous royal pardon, ‘Breaking The Code’ is a tribute to the enigma code breaker. The release features two contrasting remixes from Sauerwelt and LPF.
Enjoy a never released club mix of Telepathic Heights (FreeDownload)
Released: June 2nd, 2015 on Teknofonic.
This Human Condition's debut EP brings you electronic music with great heart and intelligence. Expect trippy climaxes to rise only to be broken by their own crescendo. With songs about mental health, unrequited love and taking back control, and even a song inspired by Paul Gilding's Ted talk, The Earth is Full. This EP has an edgy uncomfortable feel to it, which draws you in.
Released: April 8th, 2016 on Teknofonic
Project Zero is This Human condition's debut album with songs about hitting rock bottom and rebuilding your life. The album begins with a short intro explaining "The Human Condition" and then launches into "Breaking The Code" a song about “Enigma Code Breaker, Alan Turing. "Telepathic Heights" explores a local neighborhood hitting rock bottom during a riot. Project Zero blends many different styles of electro, including synth-pop, trip hop, dance, pop, house, trance, dubstep etc...Think early, “Depeche Mode” meets a darker “Erasure,” or “The Prodigy” meets Boy George and makes a style they call "Handbag Electro Punk." Project zero explores themes dealing with Abuse, Depression, Family, Gender Dysphoria, Psychosis, Relationships, Riots, Sexuality & Suicide. Whether drawing from their own experiences or other people’s, Project Zero is ultimately about confronting difficult issues in order to evolve, to promote healing and to inspire hope.
Released March 16th, 2018
Transcentury is 4 electronic tracks inspired by flamboyant characters. Transcentury is a made up word by the band, meaning people who are not afraid to be different and stand out from the crowd. The title track invites you into their world and lists the people and the albums they are inspired by and has a dance & experimental feel. Disco bunny is a positive upbeat futuristic disco-inspired track about a street performer called Pablo who dresses up as 'The Disco Bunny’. Sapphire is atmospheric synth about a man on the streets of Bristol (UK) who dresses in women's clothing and looks like a carnival queen.
Anthemic “Pride In All Of US’ is about LGSM activist Mark Ashton (Pride Movie) and is documentary in style.
Released: June 28th, 2017.
This Human Condition’s debut single ‘Telepathic Heights’ was inspired by a riot that took place in 2011 in the Stokes Croft area of Bristol, England. The riot followed a raid by police on a squat named Telepathic Heights. A crowd quickly gathered, with approximately 300 people defending the squat and a 1,000 more caught up in the mayhem. Using 90s synthesizer sounds, helicopters, and some Indian chanting, This Human Condition’s song conveys the emotion felt from the chaos and disorder of that riot.
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