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Psychic Avenues - 24 tracks from 2004


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So, I recently uploaded onto SC a load of old stuff I did under the moniker of Psychic Avenues in 2004 - 2006, looking back, I quite like the stuff for what it is.

 

This is stuff made during the era of full on, strict rules albums every month, a minimum of 8 - 10 tracks, that VHS Head, Phono Ghosts and I would partake in which we called P.F.B(People From Blackpool).

 

A lot of the time taken up was the extensive sampling that's scattered throughout the tracks - a lot of this stuff was created quickly(obviously), and as a result some of the tracks used preset drum patterns, as it was assumed I'd come back later and fill out those details, I subsequently never bothered of course.

I'd be keen to hear your views.

 

Here's a taster:

 

https://soundcloud.com/psychic-avenues/01-mental-geographies

 

And the page:

 

https://soundcloud.com/psychic-avenues

 

I recommend going to the set called Better Stuff.

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