The Human Experimente has been designed as a unique recording project utilizing the talents of a compilation of various high profile music artists, much in the style of a collective series release usually found in chill-Out or lounge/house genres like Buddah Bar or Cafe Del Mar. However in this case, instead of contemporary electronic dance, down-tempo and/or exotic world music, The Human Experimente collection presents grandly cinematic structured songs—compositions conceived to sound like music for imaginary films.
The songs presented by The Human Experimente — with “21st Century Schizoid Man” representing the first — will have no specific agenda, style or thematic genre. Instead, they are simply meant to be listened to on an individual basis purely predicated upon the merit of each song itself.
“If within our collective consciousness the muse of musical inspiration strikes, and angels blowing golden trumpets lead us astray from our Earthly sleep, then that song may be considered a prime candidate for production by The Human Experimente.” -remarks Fayman
The styles of the songs that will be included within the first compilation from The Human Experimente (slated for early 2010) will range from intensely dramatic industrial rock, to beautifully melodic– and almost operatic– themes. The executive producer/composer/creator behind The Human Experimente is Emmy Award winning musician/composer Jeffrey Fayman. Fayman primarily works in the motion picture industry with Immediate Music, composing cinematic trailer music for the advertising campaigns that promote many of Hollywood’s biggest blockbuster feature films and highly rated television programs, TV movies and specials.
The major contributing artists involved with The Human Experimente include Robert Fripp (“King Crimson,”) John Wetton (“ASIA”/”King Crimson,”) Maynard Keenan (“Tool,” “Perfect Circle,” “Puscifer,”) Adrian Belew (“King Crimson,”) U-G-O (Rap artist “U-G-O” with Sean Kingston,) Anneke Van Giersbergen (“The Gathering,”) and Dann Pursey (“Globus” and “Vantan.”) Various additional artists will be joining the collective within the near future.