Spring of 2010 saw the release of the fourth and arguably the most accessible CausaliDox album, called “The Oxytocin Party”, containing ten warm, psychedelic electronica tracks. The tracks were produced in the CausaliDox Studio over the course of a year. The album is dedicated to my friend and electronic musicwizard Tibor Fülöp who died in early 2010.
The tracks were predominantly produced on analog gear, 70’s and 80’s synthesizers and drumcomputers, like a Sequential Circuits Pro-One and a Roland TR-808 drumcomputer. The album was conceived as the soundtrack for a futuristic party where the drug of choice would be Oxytocin. The album has received some 100.000 downloads on Mininova.