NULL DEVICE
One of the most promising Electronica acts to come out of the US are the duo called Null Device. Their debut CD, 'Sublimation' has melodic vocals and insightful lyrics and strong programming. In 2004, Null Device returned with the rich, complex 'A Million Different Moments' and 'Excursions'. They are back again with 'Suspending Belief', which further explores their sound via different cultures, styles, and melodies.
   
 

DISCOGRAPHY
Perihelion [CD] - 7.30.2013
- (Nilaihah Records - nr063)
Suspending Belief [CD] - 6.22.2010
- (Nilaihah Records - nr044)
Recursions [remix CD] - 8.31.2009
- (Nilaihah Records)
Excursions [CD] - 7.24.2006
- (Nilaihah Records - nr032)
London [EP] - 7.15.2005
- (Nilaihah Records - nr020)
A Million Different Moments [CD]
- 2.10.2004 - (Nilaihah Records - nr013)
Sublimation [CD] - 7.23.2002
- (Nilaihah Records - nr008)
Subliminal [EP] - 2001 (self-released)
Submariner [CDS] - 2000 (self-released)
Crimson [EP]- 1999 (self-released)

SOUND CLIPS
Footfalls - MP3
I Probaby Know You - MP3
There is a Light (cover of The Smiths) - MP3
Walk in London - MP3
Electrified - MP3
Someone Else - MP3
Wonderland - MP3
Twisting and Turning - MP3

WEBSITES
Band Site
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MySpace
Band Blog
Wiki

 
  Perihelion   Suspending Belief  
         
  Recursions   Excursions  
         
  London EP   A Million Different Moments  
         
  Footfalls EP   Sublimation  
         
 
Subliminal [EP]
  Submariner [CDS]  
         
  Crimson [EP]      
         

UPCOMING LIVE SHOWS
 

COMPILATION APPEARANCES:
  New Music Sampler 2006
"Remember"
Nilaihah Records / A Different Drum
2006
     
  State of Synthpop 2005 (6-CD)
"Electrified"
A Different Drum
2005
     
  Listen to the Future
"Firewall"
A Different Drum
2004
     
  Infacted
"Electrified"
Infacted Recordings
2004
     
  State of Synthpop 2003 (5-CD)
"The Sad Truth" (7D3 remix)
A Different Drum
2003
     
  Halo: Madison Electro Underground
"Electrified"
2003
     
    Living on Video (DVD)
"The Sad Truth" (7D3 mix)
Cohaagan Records
2003
     
    Dark Horizons
"Fly Skyward"
Dark Horizons Radio
2002
     
    How to Make a Friend vol. 3
"Footfalls"
promo compilation from ADD, Nilaihah, Ninthwave, ArtofFact, and more
2002
     
    Modeified IV (Depeche Mode Tribute)
"Sweetest Perfection"
     

COVER SONGS:
The Smiths
- "There is a Light" (That Never goes Out) from 'Sublimation.' - Nilaihah Records - 2002
Chris Isaak - "Wicked Game" from 'The Year in Pixels' - self released

REMIXES of NULL DEVICE:
Hungry Lucy - remixed "Travelogue" from the 'London EP' - Nilaihah Records - 2005
Iris - remixed "Unknowingly" from the 'London EP' - Nilaihah Records - 2005
Stromkern - remixed "Footfalls" (Western Skies mix) from 'Sublimation.' - Nilaihah Records - 2002
Epsilon Minus - remixed "Footfalls"
Stochastic Theory - remixed "Footfalls"
Havuk - remixed "Footfalls"
Null Device - "How" (ND dancefloor angst mix) from 'Sublimation.' - Nilaihah Records - 2002

REMIXES for other bands:
The Azoic
- "Illuminate"
Stromkern - "Stand Up" (Panjabi Low Rider mix)
Distorted Reality - "SuperCrush" (ND sodium mix)
Blind Faith and Envy - "Crowded Room" (Null Device remix)
Epsilon Minus - "80's Boy" (Gran Reserve mix and Cinq Cents mix)
Epsilon Minus - "Road to Hell" (Null Device mix)
Armageddon Dildos - "Götter Der Nacht" (Null Device nishesh mix)
Attrition - "Head of Gabriel" (Null Device mix)
Axoe - "Calling" (Null Device remix)
Hungry Lucy - "You Are" (Null Device mix)
Stochastic Theory - Falling Behind (Null Device mix)
Stromkern - "Perfect Sunrise" (Null Device Phototropic mix)
Stromkern - "Im Traum" (ND Analog mix)
Polymorphous Perverse - "Love Stain" (Noon in Keflavik)
Polymorphous Perverse - "Filthy F" (ND Crunchy Frog mix)
Axoe - "Calling" (Null Device remix)
PTI - "Alysium" (o2blb mix)
Brian Schuh - "The One Who Dismissed Me Again" (dismissive mix)

COLLABORATIONS:
Epsilon Minus - "Road to Hell" (vocals by Eric Oehler, lyrics by Eric Goedken and Null Device mix)
Stromkern - "Strange Day Dawning" (strings by Eric Oehler)
The Dark Clan - "Beauty" (vocals)
M00ntz! - "I Don't Want Her" (vocals, production by Eric Oehler) and "Geezers need Birthdays" (vocals, production by Eric Oehler)