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jonx Rainer I really can't get over Kettle Boils. It's so driving despite the herk-jerk of the sax patch or w/e the electronically academic would call the mid range melody. I know skronk is usually used in other areas but it's the first word to sprout that sound for me.
Dan really just hands it out on this one, as a whole. Like spreading buttered beats across a thick toast, so deliberate. Despite the electronic toolset he keeps it human, wrenching the sounds with him as he conducts these synths.
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kettle boils 03:15
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aether 05:12
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tesseracts 03:20
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released March 1, 2020

copyright 2019 occurian. 2020 heterodox records. written and performed by dan pisarcik. a3, b1 recorded by johann wagner at pinewave studio. mastered by gus elg at sky onion mastering.

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occurian Portland, Oregon

electronic musician based in portland, oregon. drawing inspiration from the idm/braindance forefathers of warp records and countless influences from psychedelia to jazz to hiphop and electro

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