Seed A.I.: '2D' Seed A.I. is a collective of experimental electronic musicians from Bethel, Connecticut. They describe themselves as the "ghost in the machine" sounds of an electronic music computer that has locked up, but continues making music.
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Seed A.I.: '2D'

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Seed A.I.'s record is Lullabies of the Lost. hide caption

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Seed A.I.'s record is Lullabies of the Lost.

Seed A.I. is a collective of experimental electronic musicians from Bethel, Connecticut. Their latest record is Lullabies of the Lost

Brett Marshall Lefferts (electronics), Colin Marshall Wolf (electronics), Andrew Kraemer (guitar), Dan Gottesman (drums) and Jonathan Sorge (bass, electronics) make up the Seed A.I. collective.

They describe themselves as the "ghost in the machine" sounds of an "electronic music computer that has locked up, but continues making music."

Seed A.I. also says they push past the traditional spectrum of computer music.

"If Tron and Depeche Mode collaborated on a ground-breaking, new electronic music album, they would make Lullabies of the Lost," the collective's most recent release. "[The record] is a sentient sound that both illuminates and shadows," they said.