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Khora Rhythm

Atjazz Record Company on October 03, 2012 12:45

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    Swerving to the side of his normal output, Atjazz has made up a musical soup of non-genre specific sound. Emptying his mind and letting the sound flow, this second ‘Years Of The Abstract’ release brings even more sound science to the table. ‘Khora’ and ‘Khora Rhythm’ are a sea of analogue sequences utilising the amazing Korg Monopoly keyboard for a majority of the musical elements; Distant echoes of what has just been creates a sound-scape backing up some very interesting rhythm programming which firmly holds the song together, somehow escaping the grip of genre defined music.

    Atjazz is ever evolving his skills and this shows him perfectly pushing his own personal boundaries of music production. Don’t put this in a pocket, put it on your sound-system, turn the volume up and enjoy the ride.

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    Written and produced by Martin Iveson for Atjazz
    Mastered by Martin Iveson in the At-Lab
    Sleeve design by Stu @ subism.co.uk
    (c) & (p) 2012 Atjazz Record Company
    Atjazz websites: www.atjazz.co.uk | www.atjazz.co.uk/label

    Released by: Atjazz Record Company
    Release/catalogue number: arc-yota-002-sd
    Release date: Nov 16, 2012

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