transhuman express

by Paul Nagle

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John Cratchley
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John Cratchley Paul always brings something different to the table...I would describe this album as feeling slightly looser than his normal production process... Perhaps this is what he means by "sorta trippy"...it's still great sequencer music though...his beats are infectious and the synth lines shimmer as usual...but perhaps it feels less sharply focused than a lot of his output (probably because Paul's 'transhuman express' isn't quite a stairway to heaven)...but there's no doubt that it all works fine...
Weirdly, "cappuccino monkey" reminds me of the music to the TV cult series 'Callan' (now that's a memory dredge from a defunct world...thanks for that one Paul!)...
Favorite track: cappuccino monkey.
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An album from 2008. I always thought the artwork was superior to the music but listening back now, I'm quite happy with it.
It's sorta trippy, my usual odd mixture, but maybe it works better than some more official releases. Open to opinions, as always.

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released September 28, 2015

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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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