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      got this as a mail out, Andrew Liles has been included in BBC Radio program on Yorkshire's experimental musical realms
       
      not heard yet, but as one of the more original producers to have worked in electronic music in the last couple of decades, interviews on his approach to sound are a bit thin on the ground for someone with such an eclectic & varied catalog:
       
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      When the background static of the world seeps & creeps in beyond specific thresholds, music offers a release unlike anything else. Soothing analog tones leading to rich unfolding harmonics, prescription free.
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