|#||Название релиза||Информация об aльбоме||Купить альбом в iTunes||Год издания||Лейбл|
|1||Automate Everything 16||audio||iTunes||2005-11-18||Nobot Media|
|2||Cache, Stacks & Queues 7||audio||iTunes||2008-12-01||Plastic Sound Supply|
|3||The Reprogramming Project 12||audio||iTunes||2008-03-31||Plastic Sound Supply|
Mashing up idm, dubstep, hip hop, experimental, funk, drum and bass, jazz, techno and more, CacheFlowe creates genre-skewing electronic music that's received acclaim from local and international press. Producing with a computer since 1996, he's honed an original style that's defined by stuttery, complex breakbeats, deep analog basslines, techno-flavored synths, organic instrumentation and contorted samples. Working on the same laptop performance since early 2004, CacheFlowe's live show is a fast-paced smorgasbord of chopped breakbeats and analog synths on 8 channels of audio. He bobs and weaves through an array of electronic genres and tempos, using nothing but sounds and loops from his own productions. Having recently added original audio-reactive visual projections to the live act, he quickly received the "Best Audio/Visual Performer" award from Denver's esteemed Westword magazine. Appearing on official releases alongside the likes of Daedelus, Starkey, Ladytron, Ulrich Schnauss, Mochipet, Twine, Machinedrum, ISAN, Submerged and Fog, and sharing the stage with Amon Tobin, Solvent, edIT, Machinedrum, Dizzee Rascal, Rusko, Jeff Parker (Tortoise), DJ Olive (MMW, Sonic Youth), Nels Cline (Wilco) and countless local talents, CacheFlowe continues to freak the beat in new and exciting ways.