Revolution 9
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Revolution 9

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
Band EDM Alternative


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"“Following up..."

“Following up on initial EPs that clearly established the duo's love for classic electropop, Revolution 9's first full album essentially continues that path to a fuller form of perfection
...Music by Numbers is a treat of an album, as much a classic out-of-its-time pop record as anything made by similar minded souls.” - Ned Raggett ( -

"Reckoner (Revolution 9 Rework)"

Seit einiger Zeit sind Radiohead ja sehr aktiv dabei, andere Bands zum Remixen ihrer Stücke zu animieren und die Fans über die besten Mixe abstimmen zu lassen. Gestern wurde mir der «Revolution 9 Rework» des Songs «Reckoner» zugespielt, und obwohl ich Remixen doch oft eher skeptisch gegenüber stehe, muss ich sagen, dass dieser hier echt gut gelungen ist - denn der Originalsong wurde komplett umgestülpt und neu verwoben. Das Ergebnis überzeugt auf der ganzen Linie!

Rough translation:

For some time Radiohead are about very active to animate other tape to the Remixen of their pieces and the fans over the best mix co-ordinate to leave. Yesterday me the “revolution 9 rework” of the song “Reckoner” was passed on, and although I am to Remixen nevertheless often rather sceptically opposite, I must say that this became here genuinly well successful actual the original song completely inverted and again interwoven. The result convinces on the whole line! - Coast is Clear

"Revolution 9 New Single"

Revolution 9 hailing from Hollywood Cali sent us a new track off their forthcoming album “Music By Numbers: Remixes + Rejects.” Their name most likely comes from the 8 minute Beatle’s track. Rev’s style of alternative electro/synth-pop can be easily compared to 80s synth-pop. This duo has a raw electronic feel with passionate vocals, reminiscent of Depeche Mode or Tears for Fears. If you like what these gentlemen offer, check out their website. - The Docking Station

"Review of New Remix"

And lastly, the Changing Tides remix by Revolution 9. Got a great beat to it, even retro beat to make it here. - Sundtrak

"Throughout the World"

Revolution 9 released their first EP lo-fi glamour in June of 2005. It was soon followed up by their second EP in September 2005 called AM/FM . With a strong full length album release in 2007, Revolution 9 is back with a remix album called Remixes + Rejects. We will be featuring tracks here from it all week... - We Like it Indie


lofiglamour - EP


Music By Numbers - LP

Music By Numbers: Remixes + Rejects - LP



In so many words...

Revolution 9 is not only a name, it is an abstraction. Unapologetically plucked from The Beatle’s song catalogue, the name is as timeless as its message...that music is chaos, patiently waiting to be tuned in, arranged, sequenced and recorded. It is the awareness that music is everywhere and that it can easily be heard in anything...and if orchestrated with passion and precision, can change the world.

Revolution 9 has discovered their own unclouded voice in that cacophony, holding hands with songsmiths who also made a name for themselves above all the other “noise.” Although their music does pay homage to 80s pop sensibilities, there is an encyclopedic influence of sound that takes root and grows steadily in your ear, bringing to mind the more modern day models of house and techno. In the same way Depeche Mode, Orbital and Nine Inch Nails pioneered electronic music, Revolution 9 has broken new ground, redefining electro-pop, combining new concepts with haunting melodies that will satisfy music fans who have for years been starved for songs that are at once anthemic, bold and lyrical.

Kevin Ahern and Jason Beatty started working together in high school, creating what would eventually become the sound of Revolution 9. While Kevin’s strengths were evident primarily as a songwriter, Jason’s skills were more germane to rhythm and production. Years of collaboration eventually lead up to one moment, their debut release. Rather than taking the expected and often rejected route of shopping their music to labels, they decided to release their music on their own label, Scarab, hopefully playing to a joyous crowd at their backs.

Revolution 9 released their first EP (lo-fi glamour) in June of 2005 featuring the single “Computer Girl,” a minor U.S. hit. It was soon followed up by their second release in September 2005 called AM/FM, an EP featuring the single “Radio.” With a strong new single, and equally strong Battery Fiver Mix, Revolution 9 managed to climb the charts not only in the U.S. but on European and Canadian radio as well. Which brings us to Music By Numbers, Revolution 9’s full length album, due for release in 2007. It features the singles “Computer Girl,” “Radio,” “Throughout The World” and “Waiting For The Weather”...along with five other vocal tracks and one instrumental. In 2008 the boys followed up their full length debut with a full length remix album titled Remixes + Rejects. It features a remix of every song from Music By Numbers, plus the new hit single “Work.”