Synapse, the electro funk project from John Selway and Jason "bpmf" Szostek, was the original inspiration to start Serotonin Records. When they met in 1994, each had already established a reputation for hard underground techno - Selway in Disintegrator on Industrial Strength Records and Szostek as a member of the acid trio Prototype 909.
Synapse and Serotonin Records became the outlet for their common love of syncopated beats and the opportunity to explore their unique musical talents beyond the limitations of banging 4/4 beats. While inspired by and contributing to the ongoing electro revival, their work has attempted to search for new frontiers of electronic funk, not always fitting neatly into the genre so well as what usually is labeled "electro".
Besides releasing on Serotonin, Synapse tracks made their way to Instinct, Studio K7, Interdimensional Transmissions, Electrocord and Language/Crammed Discs. On their most recent EP "Scientism", the duo took their unique future funk sound even further into uncharted territories. Synapse tracks continue to define what Serotonin Records is and will be.
Now the latest release on Serotonin brings recently remastered versions of four classic Synapse tracks from the early years of the label together into the "Cosmic Freak Gas Bubble" EP .
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