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  • New Thought Guild Release - Electric Curios - Improvised Electronic Music



    From the Harmonic Resonance audio vaults found recorded vestiges that predate the debut Context. This release is a compendium of unreleased music.

    Rare live recordings (we never performed but 3-4 times live and even then they where very short improv's), droneworks, soundscapes and live studio curios. We used everything from old analog drum machines, Moog's, ARP's, primitive samplers and early digital synthesizers to carve the music out that was spontaneous and driven by the moment's inspiration.

    The music is never pre-calculated or composed although at times it may seem so the intention of Thought Guild was to let things happen and ride the wave of momentary inspiration.

    As with all music improvised the recordings on this release are not intended to be perfect capsules of conservatory mastered musicianship. Instead the end result is the beauty of creative spontaneity caught in a moment of time.

    Any dj or music writer/reviewer interested in this or any Harmonic Resonance Recording release feel free to email me for promo copies. You can pm me or email me at [email protected]

    Available on limited CD-r jewel case with full art and digital download format of your choice at Bandcamp

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    Wow, that was quick delivery! I received the CD on Monday. You may not have visualized the music this way...but it's great to listen to while commuting through the snowcovered Colorado countryside!! Been my driving accompaniment almost every day this week.

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      Originally posted by Windspace View Post
      Wow, that was quick delivery! I received the CD on Monday. You may not have visualized the music this way...but it's great to listen to while commuting through the snowcovered Colorado countryside!! Been my driving accompaniment almost every day this week.

      Hey. Thanks for the feedback!

      Well some of the music that was recorded was more on the ambient side and much of that stylistically is almost like impressionist painting so nice to hear the music made a close companion with the mountain visuals!

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