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    • By fumi
      My recommendation this week is the new title just dropped on the lovely Quiet Time Tapes Imprint (that gave us that beautiful Huerco S. piece) some time back.
      'Voices' is particularly stunning - almost as if David Sylvian was re-dreaming about Steel Cathedrals with Richard Barbieri dreamy keyboard washes.

      "We are excited to release our first vinyl record Strawberry - the debut album by producer Chester Raj Anand (a.k.a. Lord Raja) under his given name. 
      A collection of minimalist compositions, Chester uses synths, a tape machine, and field recordings to craft an album that’s deeply emotive and contemplative through its simplicity. While these are wordless compositions, many of the tracks carry the weight and melancholy of a love song, revealing his innate songwriting ability. 
      Strawberry was created while on a solo trip to Tokyo. As Chester traveled the city he'd pull field recordings from the street and Japanese television, recording secret synth sessions at local synth shops. Back at his temporary stay, drifting in and out of sleep, he’d edit the recordings deep into the night. While exploring Tokyo, Chester also captured observational footage on his camera phone; street scenes, bizarre moments from television and an overnight stay at a manga cafe; footage he then compiled and edited into an accompanying video for the album. 
      Strawberries became a vivid motif during his visit as they were in season at the time and popped up frequently in one way or another. He’d see fresh strawberries being sold every day on his walk to the train. They were a suitable metaphor for his brief experience in Tokyo. 
      The music conveys the feeling of being a lone observer, looking from the outside into a hyperconnected chaotic world filled with white noise and stimulation. All experienced in and out of a dream state. Something about this experience, and the way it was captured in music and on video, resonate more effectively in these times in which traveling, or being in a crowded urban space, feel like a distant memory. 
    • By Virtekh
      I did the drum programming for this EP that came out about ten years ago:
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    • By Mozex
      I will make a new thread since the previous one is full of removed links. I will post all my songs here.
      I hope this is not a problem...
      The first one is a more classical track:
      The rest are more dancing songs:
      Thats all for now. Will upload more in the coming days/weeks. Been on a break from creating songs but I finished mastering all the songs I have on the moment. I lost a bit of inspiration I think and I need to get back to it. Still have around 10-15 songs which need to be uploaded.
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