Following the breakup of Industrial duo Chemlab in 1997, Jared Hendrickson found himself deep with debt, operating as an investment banker on Wall Street and about as definately not his musical past as he could easily get. He previously no wall plug for his creativeness, beyond composing and started to have the itch to begin with anew. His 1st post-Chemlab recording, Covergirl, was created out of this yearning to get a project. Released beneath the name Jared Louche as well as the Aliens, the recording was a remarkable collection of addresses with designs that alternated between his Chemlab previous and new digital experiments. Featuring tracks by performers as varied as Public Foe and Frank Sinatra, the recording allowed Hendrickson to orchestrate different music elements inside the constraints of somebody else’s composing.
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