Monday, March 13, 2017



MACOMB TOWNSHIP, MI-- Kaleidoscope Koi Entertainment has just announced Celldweller, the internationally renowned artist/producer Klayton, as the featured music artist for the upcoming Aladdin 3477 movie. The live-action feature film is based on the classic Arabian Nights tale, set 1,500 years in the future and is written and directed by notorious artist Matt Busch. Unlike Disney's recently announced Aladdin live-action musical directed by Guy Ritchie, this epic sci-fi adventure is said to look like Star Wars and set throughout Asia. 

Celldweller (as well as Scandroid and Circle of Dust) is one of three highly regarded music outfits by multi-instrumentalist Klayton. His music can be heard in feature films and movie trailers such as DeadpoolJohn Wick and the upcoming Transformers: The Last Knight and video games such as Killer Instinct and Dead Rising. No stranger to sci-fi, Klayton also runs Outland, a futuristic clothing line, and has even produced a cyberpunk novel titled Blackstar. Five Celldweller tracks, including "First Person Shooter""Empyrean" and "Frozen (Celldweller vs. Blue Stahli)" have been licensed by Kaleidoscope Koi for use in Aladdin 3477

In addition to the tracks, Director Matt Busch is utilizing several products from Klayton's Refractor Audio company to create music cues for the film. The sample-based instrument Transport and Producer Pack Sonix allow Busch to create new music with Klayton's signature sound. Busch comments, "While Klayton may not be creating the score for this film, this is easily the next best thing."

This isn't the first time Busch and Klayton have collaborated. In 2015, Busch illustrated the cover of “The Traveller,” based on the critically acclaimed Celldweller album “End of an Empire.”  A year prior, Klayton produced a three-part video tour of Busch's home studios as part of his online Cellevision series on YouTube. More recently, Klayton has just released a new music video under the Scandroid moniker for "Eden" which was filmed on one of the futuristic Hong Kong sets for Aladdin 3477.

Blue Stahli, a music artist on Klayton's FiXT music label has already filmed a cameo for Aladdin 3477, and it's expected that Klayton will make an appearance as well. Busch teases, "It's not a big part, but the scene we have planned for Klayton is awesome. Celldweller fans will love this movie. It's a pulse-pounding adventure, and his cutting-edge Celldweller sound is all over it." Aladdin 3477 stars Erik Steele and Christi Perovski, is produced by Lin Zy and will wrap filming in early 2018.

You can find out more about Aladdin 3477 at the official site:

Find out more about Klayton and his music projects at:

See the Scandroid "Eden" music video here:

See Aladdin 3477 cast and crew at the Star Wars Celebration Anaheim here:

See Klayton tour Matt Busch's studio on Cellevision here:

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