Originally released in 1998 through Kog Transmissions via a very limited CD run, LOOP is proud to present for the first time digitally and on vinyl one of New Zealandâs most acclaimed electronic albums. 'inside a quiet mind' has been lovingly remastered by Chris Chetland, one of the founders of Kog Transmissions, and who handled the original mastering. âSomehow or another, Chris managed to make it releasable 20 years ago, and now he has given new life to the album by a further smoothing of the edges, and polishing it to a level of shininess where it even sounds good in my uteâÂ. - denver mccarthy 'inside a quiet mind' is a modern classic of the electronic genre, and one which can finally be experienced to a standard befitting itâs quality. A forgotten gem no more, it is an album that holds an important place in NZ electronic music history. Stepping through deep house, glitch and techno, and originally made across bedrooms in Auckland and Brisbane, inside a quiet mind isnât a collection of songs, it is a complete album, and one which was created as such. Across 11 songs and over one hour, it is a journey across an electronic spectrum, and one which is best enjoyed in full. Originally created inside the thriving electronic scene of the late 90âs, 'inside a quiet mind' is an album which wears itâs influences proudly â the electro/synth heavy Detroit sound, and the minimal-techno of Basic Channel and Maurizio from Berlin. As Denver McCarthy himself matured and grew from his late teens to early twenties, so did his sound. âYou will be tinkering away with a sound, a chord, a rhythm, and then something will catch your attention, something that sounds good to you. From there, itâs just a matter of adding more elements until you get what occurs to you as a finished piece. You can feel the anxiety build as the song unfolds, and you wonder whether or not you will be able to resolve the piece and bring out what needs to come out for it to be something worthy and memorable. I have recorded so many songs, but only a small percentage I actually like and stand the test of time.