Exoplanets volume 3

by Paul Nagle

supported by
John Cratchley
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John Cratchley I've grown very fond of sojourning on Paul's exoplanets and there are some very intriguing destinations in volume three...going there is never a problem; its the having to come back that sucks...


Once again my gratitude to Andy Pickford who has used his mastering skills to make this a better listen for all concerned.
Parts of it have some hands-on, which was not my plan for the Exoplanets series, but I think it was necessary. You can only achieve so much weaving fingers through rats' tails, I find.

Reminder: this is not regular music but ambience/pure sound, celebrated, unencumbered and above all unobstructed by composition or performance.

Put it on at a lower level than you'd typically listen at. Then forget about it. Put it on as you go to sleep if you want weird dreams.

Made to CD length cos I still listen to everything that way, being an old git.


released December 4, 2016

Mastering - Andy Pickford



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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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Track Name: Thestias
I was undecided on whether this track should be a bonus or even left until another release but in the end it's here because it's quite mad and fairly complex. Breaks a few of my Drone Rules, sorry. Also, uses some new modules – Orgone Accumulator and Waldorf nw1 – and has a different set of textures accordingly.