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""Explorations of the Multiconscious Mind" CD Review"

Those attracted to the darker side of ambient music -- or perhaps the more ambient aspects of Goth -- will be delighted with Explorations.... It's an enveloping mix of orchestral keyboards, lodged somewhere between the nightmare soundscapes of Frontline Assembly and the elegant etudes of In the Nursery. With track titles like "Manic Depression" and "In a World of Oblivion", you'll correctly surmise that Explorations... isn't a good soundtrack for children's birthday parties, but it promises sophisticated -- if occasionally macabre -- listening pleasures for adults. -- gz - Splendid E-zine - George Zahora

""Delectronict 2" CD Review"

...Mutual Hate Society presents their slowmotion look at a life of "Chaos." Machine samples and quirky noises ride the outer edge of the stereo spread as vocoded vocals and alarms infiltrate your ears. The finishing touch to the armageddon is the telephone recording stating that 911 is no longer available. Priceless...
- J Danos -

"Otherwise Gallery performance review"

rattling wall collective/jim ryan/steve curtin/mutual hate society/will s./matt borghi
21 march 2oo3
otherwise gallery, lansing, mi. hate society (aka tracy peters) played a basket full of childrens sound-making toys thru a mic & strange effects... nice & abstract, a surprise considering the goth imagery on her web site. bonus points for actually dealing with matt borghi's proposed theme of acoustic sounds. this would fit in with a circuit-bender diy show, methinks...

""Explorations of the Multiconscious Mind" CD Review"

Do yourself a favor and get past the revolting name of this band. The dream-like, lush sounds of layered keyboards, juxtaposed with harsh and sometimes frightening drums and electonica will captivate anyone with an appreciation of truly experimental electronic music. The "band" comes in the form of Tracy Peters, a talented songwriter and keyboardist from Michigan.
Citing influences such as The Orb, Tangerine Dream, Ministry, Skinny Puppy and other creators of electronica and industrial music, Ms. Peters has created a sound all her own. She has managed to combine elements of industrial, goth, ambient, and even a little 70's disco (in the form of electronic drums). I hear a little Brian Eno and a touch of Vangelis here. Unlike much of the new electronica these days, these compositions were recorded using live performance rather than computerized samples, resulting in a "stream of consciousness" mood to the entire package. There is a feeling of floating throughout the experience of listening to this CD. What makes it so enjoyable is that you never know where you might land.

From the hypnotic strains of "Sleeping in the Arms of Darkness" to the mood-altering beats of "In A World of Oblivion", MHS takes the listener on an aural excursion through the emotions. The CD is aptly titled, and truly gives the listener the feeling of moving about the consciousness of ones own mind. This CD is Highly Recommended for those who enjoy a taste of electronic music and anyone looking to expand their mind.

- Indie Journal - Fred Wheeler


1998 - Explorations of the Multiconscious Mind
Full-length CD. Dark ambient, classically-influenced instrumental soundscapes.

2001 - DelEcTROnIcT 2
Track - "Chaos". Kraftwerk meets Skinny Puppy, Motown-style.

2004 - DelEcTROnIcT 3
Track - "Blueberry Tart". Moody hip-hop laced, electronica-based pop.
(Winner 2004 Detroit Music Awards - "Outstanding Electronic/Dance Recording")


Feeling a bit camera shy


Cameos - Music from "Explorations of the Multiconscious Mind" has been featured on an episode of the long-running PBS series "The Visionaries"