The Scientific Method, Volume II: Experiments in Sound & Perspective

by Professor Kliq

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Nchandler
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Nchandler It's one of the albums I play all the way through. found in 2014 and keep coming back for a listen. Favorite track: Overhead.
Alexei Staruk
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Alexei Staruk Ever since I found Kliq in the description of an old Youtube video about 2 years ago, I've been exploring the electronic genre more and more. But no matter what I listen to, no matter how weird and ecentric or boring and bland the music can get, I always find myself coming back to this bandcamp page, back to this little oasis of music. Favorite track: My Backpack.
MicNagic
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MicNagic Clean and tasty beats from Professor Kliq. I hadn't heard of him before this album and am now giving his discography a listen. I love the honesty of the album, his story and of course the tunes. some better than others but all-round a great album. Favorite track: Plastic & Flashing Lights.
Jarek Chase Brockman
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Jarek Chase Brockman I've been looking to expand my collection of Electronic music, and this amazing album is (even though I've said it a few times before) exactly what I've been looking for. Just amazing, Jammin' electronic music. I could not ask for more. Favorite track: Plastic & Flashing Lights.
Leigh Dyer
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Leigh Dyer Funky-fresh instrumental hip-hop Favorite track: Plastic & Flashing Lights.
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I was living at home in a suburb of Chicago a few years after high school. Like so many kids where I grew up, my future was uncertain and was likely to stay that way as I was shrouded in apathy. Boredom slowly turned to frustration, this frustration quickly turned to inspiration. I knew it was time to leave, it was time to move on, to follow something – a dream of some kind. Before I left, however, I wanted to document where and who I was. This album is a documentary of exactly that.

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released October 1, 2008

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Professor Kliq Chicago, Illinois

Born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, Mike Else, AKA Professor Kliq, has been creating music with computers since 1999 in a variety of styles and genres. All original works have been released under a Creative Commons 3.0 license.

Mike is a 2011 graduate from Columbia College Chicago with a BFA in Music Composition.
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