While the late 80's saw a huge influx of electronic drum beat music, it wasn't until 2011 when an eclectic subset of it, mathematically correct music, found it's audience. Although it isn't for the casual music fan, this collection of 15 jams from the favorites of the subgenre is sure to resonate for anyone with a head for precise kinetic energy.
Featuring the now all-too-familiar "(Let's Get) Quantum Physical," by Sir Isaac Newton-John, it also compiles some of the lesser known adherents to this sound.
Atom Smash Mouth deftly blends religion and science in the ultra-danceable "Noah's Quark," The incredible String Theory Band discovers a "Black Hole In My Heart," Gone Fission gets the corpuscles pumping with "This Magic Momentum." and the all female group The Fermilab Four start an endearing chain reaction on "To Cern, With Love."
Plus the softer grooves of the group Einstein's Brother make waves with their regional tear jerker "I Love You, Relatively Speaking,"
Mathematically correct music's time has come and with any luck it'll be gone at the speed of light, so take your DNA to wherever it is you get your music from these days before entropy sets in . - allthemusic.com