Artist: The Simonsound
Title: Reverse Engineering
Genre: Ambient,Downtempo,Trip-Hop
Release date: 2010
Audio codec: MP3
Format: tracks
Quality: VBR kbps
Time: 43:59 min

1. Tour De Mars (3:38)
2. Moon Rocks (2:40)
3. Inside the Capsule (2:54)
4. Hole in the Head (4:14)
5. Bad Love (3:29)
6. The One that Got Away (3:42)
7. Bakers Dozen (3:08)
8. Against the Clock (1:56)
9. Nautilus (5:06)
10. Between the Wake and the Sleep (2:55)
11. Lunar Ascent (2:43)
12. Call of the Siren Part One (2:49)
13. Call of the Siren Part Two (1:49)
14. It`s Just Begun (2:56)

The Simonsound is a sonic partnership consisting of Simon James and Matt Ford.
Words can be no substitute for the aural experience, but if you will have words, the duo’s first album offers an intriguing variety of sound, including what the duo describe as ’50s and ’60s-inspired space music, mood music for film and TV, haunting vocal tracks, and switched-on cover versions of classics realised on the Moog synthesiser.
Simon and Matt have been working together on various projects over the years. You may have heard their work together before on Matt’s albums under his guise as DJ Format, on which Simon assisted with production and mixed all vocals.
The Simonsound is far from another DJ Format project. With broader musical tastes than just hip hop and funk, Simon and Matt started working on The Simonsound as an outlet for their more experimental offerings inspired by 60’s psych, pioneering electronics and music for TV and film.