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The Hatcliffe House Tapes Volume 3

Colours and Themes

Available now

Downloads include Print your own artwork templates for CD and C60 Cassette Cases and 4 Bonus Hi Res A3 Posters

https://indifferentspace.bandcamp.com/album/the-hatcliffe-house-tapes-vol-3-colours-and-themes

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"In this adventure we travel through the haunted world of past sciences, sequencing envelopes to connect sounds using practical electronics, creating sonic fusion which rises and falls like water. Inviting colour into a dark world to shine and fade away once more."

*More of a downtempo compliation, breaks, sequences, old synths laced with retro samples from science/education programmes and b movies.

Any fans of Boards of Canada or Black Moth Super Rainbow should enjoy this.

Teaser Below

https://soundcloud.com/tele-3/oscillopsia-venus

Also Available

I have also released an EP under my Oscillopeisia Monkier

OSCILLOPEISIA - COSMICA EP

Available to buy in i Quality Digital Download and Limited Edition 3 Inch CD from

https://indifferentspace.bandcamp.com/album/cosmica-ep

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Going for a more Cosmic Disco feel here..........enjoy.
Teaser Below

 

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