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RJD2's new album, More Is Than Isn't, is out now.
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October 12, 2013 The electronic artist best known for creating the Mad Men theme says making sample-based music can feel like chasing a ghost. Here, he walks Weekend Edition Saturday through the making of a song from his new album, More Is Than Isn't.
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RJ Krohn's most recent project comes under the alias The Insane Warrior.
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February 14, 2011 RJD2's former colleague launches a campaign calling for artistic submissions to accompany his vintage sci-fi film-themed record, We Are The Doorways.
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June 23, 2010 Colossus marks a departure from the comparatively traditional pop-rock sound of RJD2's 2007 album The Third Hand. His pop influences surface on tracks such as "The Glow," but his textures are driven by kick and snare patterns that resemble the hip-hop of his earlier work. Watch RJD2 demonstrate the process of creating sample-based music, using one of his own songs.
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