dislocation

by Paul Nagle

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I can't deny, this one is rather bleak. It's a tone poem for the apocalypse, a quiet reflection of despair. I've been listening to Messiaen's Quartet for the end of Time quite a lot and trying to avoid the human mess that is Twitter (but failing). There are also Lustmord and Popol Vuh vibes here, all of which set the scene for a cheery new novel (that I hope to complete before the zombies come for my brain).

Should you require something more normal instead, there's a freebie album (also of recent material) at one of my other sites that might suffice:
wilyepeyote.bandcamp.com/album/synth-bathing

Happy New Year!

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released January 3, 2020

EMS Synthi AKS
Soma Lyra-8 and PIpe
Roland Juno 6 & V-Synth
Elektron Digitone
OTO BAM
Probably a few other odds and sods from within Logic

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Paul Nagle Lancashire, UK

Paul has been writing and performing electronic music since around 1977-78, influenced mainly by German musicians such as Roedelius and Schnitzler and bands such as Tangerine Dream, Cluster and Future Sound Of London.

He writes reviews for Sound on Sound magazine and juggles this with creating music for TV, film and games and writing rather wacky novels.
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