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Simon Pyke (Freeform) - Motion Series

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Four wonderful kaleidoscopic tunes that is the start of a new EP series.  Definitely more straight forward electronics than his more recent orchestral works.  Hearkens back to some of the tunes he was releasing as Freeform on WARP, Skam, etc back in the day.  

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Not part of Motion, but Simon just released his soundtrack for the Citrix ad-campaign he's been working on.  It's in a similar style and it's fantastic.


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