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Missa Electronica

DoctorD

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Mixed feelings about religion and Christianity translated into 10 tracks that bring together some church songs from the artist's childhood with urban and dance sounds.

DoctorD is not a huge fan of religion, or at least has ambivalent feelings about it. As an atheïst, he can but observe the cause and effects of religions throughout history and

Mixed feelings about religion and Christianity translated into 10 tracks that bring together some church songs from the artist's childhood with urban and dance sounds.

DoctorD is not a huge fan of religion, or at least has ambivalent feelings about it. As an atheïst, he can but observe the cause and effects of religions throughout history and across our planet – mainly Catholicism and Christianity in the region where DoctorD is from. Sometimes it’s not a pretty sight, and sometimes it’s a beautiful sight. Religious feelings have brought up the best in artists in the past, and gave us great music, painting, architecture and literature. And the same religious feelings caused mass extermination in South America and throughout the world, wars in all of Europe, the Spanish Inquisition, witch hunts, oppression, and much more ugliness. This was the starting point of the “Missa Electronica” project. DoctorD’s mixed feelings about religion and Catholicism has been translated into 10 tracks that bring together church songs from his childhood (before he turned atheïst) with modern urban sounds. Most of the tracks are tracks to dance to. In DoctorD’s vision of the near future, maybe even under Pope Francis, church buildings are transformed into dance clubs, altars into DJ booths, and candles into massive sound and light systems. Places to celebrate life. Herein lies the true goal of Missa Electronica.

Vocals by Herman Cools (Eer aan God) and Eva Aerts (Eer aan God, God Onze Heer, Heilig de Heer and Lam Gods) Sleeve design by Foob (www.foob.be)

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