On Saturday, math-prog-metal experimentalists, Sorry No Ferrari, announced via their blog that they would be releasing the stems to every track on this year’s stellar LP, Ternary, for download in the hopes of producing some quality remixes. The album’s fifth track, “Setun,” is currently available with another track set for release in a couple of weeks on Saturday, January 22. Per the band’s blog, the rules remain fairly simple:
1. The files are password protected. You need to email us to access them. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
2. The Remixes will be released on SorrynoFerrari.net for FREE download. (no one is making money here)
3. We ask that you send us the final copy before posting it.
Anyone who has spent even a short amount of time with Ternary can attest to the density and rhythmic intensity of those tracks. I’m extremely interested to see what an ambitious producer could do with this music. I’ll be sure to pass along the results as soon as they’re made available.