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A truly innovative artist, Consequence has now released 3 full-length albums on Exit Records that stand firmly as groundbreaking bodies of work that have blown apart any boundaries previously thought the 170 BPM framework was held to.

Since breaking through in 2009 with releases on Exit and Darkestral, he has worked with dBridge, Instra:mental, ASC and more recently Joe Seven (as ‘They Live’), further developing his own unique take on bass-heavy electronica. His 2009 debut LP “Live for Never” set the standard high and balanced traditional drum & bass aesthetics with progressive production techniques to win plaudits from the wider electronic music scene.

In 2011 this accomplished DJ/producer relocated to a new home in London, UK and presented his second long-player of 2011 – the “Test Dream” LP (Exit)

Cam McLaren aka Consequence was born in Toronto, Canada and moved to New Zealand early on in life where he found his love of music. Early childhood experiments with a variety of instruments led to his love of composition and melody.

Utilizing these elements in his current productions has given great variety in his sound and methods. At the age of 17 he decided to leave NZ for London where he pursued a career in music and played in a band as lead guitarist, performing in a number of successful live shows which led to record deal for the band.

During a number of recording sessions at the Olympic studios (world famous for recordings of Jimi Hendrix/Led Zeppelin) he developed an interest in audio engineering and decided to move back to NZ to study this profession. He became focused on Electronic production, specifically drum & bass. In this time he honed his skills and took influence from his previous musical experiences.

A chance meeting with dBridge on tour in New Zealand in 2008 led to a friendship and musical partnership that would see Consequence welcomed into the Exit Records / Autonomic musical family at its inception, and tracks like his own ‘Fog’ helped to design the very blueprint this sound was to build on.

His debut album ‘Live For Never’ for Exit Records stands as a bookmark in time, when Drum and Bass welcomed sonic and stylistic experimentation that stretched the boundaries of the 170 BPM bluprint into entirely new dimensions

Tracklist

  1. ELECTRONIC EXPLORATIONS - 252 - Consequence
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  3. [01] - ????? - ?????
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  5. [03] - Sentimentalist - morgen wird alles besser
  6. [04] - David Ryle - Solomons Ring
  7. [05] - Dino Felipe - Dolipon
  8. [06] - Richard Devine - DPA 8011 Underwater Omnidirectional Microphone
  9. [07] - Mudlogger - Bombies
  10. [08] - Consequence - Symbol 2
  11. [09] - Sense - 24102010_dm
  12. [10] - Emptyset - Core
  13. [11] - Fis - Tribunal
  14. [12] - Grischa Lichtenberge r- rearr re
  15. [13] - ????? - ?????
  16. [14] - Phoenecia-Diganesa
  17. >> They Live - 7998 Redited
  18. [15] - Consequence - Glory Box PT1
  19. [16] - Sense - Personal Space
  20. [17] - Vaetxh - list of lists
  21. [18] - Ryoji Ikeda - Test Pattern #0101
  22. [19] - Emptyset - Collapse
  23. [20] - Richard Devine - Corina Chirac
  24. [21] - Sense - Nonlineareally
  25. >> Consequence - Green Lanes
  26. [22] - Unknown - Violet Mix
  27. [23] - RQ - Unison
  28. [24] - Richard Devine - Tornado Sirens
  29. [25] - Depricode - Lime Pit
  30. [26] - Acra - Tape Kentics
  31. [27] - ASC - Imagine the Future
  32. [28] - Sense - The Drea3
  33. >> Consequence - Scrubby
  34. [29] - Mohammad - Sakrifis