New single Part 3 by grej

2017-07-26 05:20:27 UTC

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Grej is the solo project and performing pseudonym of Greg Harrison, a Canadian-based percussionist from Fredericton, NB. This is Grej's  first single and video      “Part 3”  of the new album i/Variations. The video was choreographed /performed with dancer Mateo Galindo Torres with artist Carlos Delgado. It explores the process of expressing and absorbing rebellious actions. The work is built from traditional Colombian folk songs, which cater to the perpetual rhythmic layers. This eventually gets swallowed by waves of synth and bowed metal objects - the thematic motif of the album. The album is a four part project where each musical work navigates through a physical and emotive journey that features manipulated cymbals and a Roland Juno synthesizer. 

Genre : electronic, indie, minimalist, percussion, pop

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Simple Music by Orange Car Crash

2016-10-14 06:58:14 UTC


Orange Car Crash is the solo project of Andrea Davì, current drummer for Mamuthones and Lay Llamas and co-founder of the musical collective The Beautiful Bunker.

The lineup of the band now features:

Nicola Alfine (guitar, synth, tapes),Nicola \"Nich\" Sanguin (guitar, percussion, voice) Amedeo Schiavon (Vibes, synth, multi percussion), Nicolò Masetto (double bass), Marco Valerio (electric bass), Ugo Ruggiero (drum), Mirko Brigo ( sound and live electronics).

Track List

  • Opposition - 03:14 
  • All The 72 Things You Are - 01:49 
  • Loop Loop Balendro - 02:41 
  • I'm Dogged - 01:36 
  • Mind The Gap - 05:03 
  • The New March - 01:49 
  • Just Before The Earthquake - 02:34 
  • Simple Things - 05:00 
  • The Hill's Theme - 07:05 
  • Serena - 06:53

Genre : alternative, drone, ethnological, forgery, minimal, noise, percussion, psychedelic

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