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Timm Mason is a musician based in Seattle, WA

Projects:
Midday Veil [guitar / bass]
Master Musicians of Bukkake [bass / synths]
TJ MAX [synths]
Mood Organ [solo]
MASTERS CHEMICAL SOCIETY [my record label]

Contact:
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Recent Discography:
TJ MAX – Wrong To Run [CD on Debacle Records, 2013]
Midday Veil – The Current [CD/LP on Translinguistic Other, 2013]
Master Musicians of Bukkake – Far West [CD/LP on Important Records, 2013]

Remixes:
HOM – Bound (Mood Organ mix) [MOTOR002]
Airport – Sweat (Mood Organ mix) [MOTOR001]

Studio Contributions (on modular synthesizer):
Wolves in the Throne Room - Celestite [Diadem]
Akron/Family – Sub Verses [Dead Oceans]
Jessica Sligter - TBA
Splashgirl – Field Day Rituals [Hubro]
Skerik / Medeski / Dietch Trio – TBA
Timba Harris – Nexus: Cascadia [Tzadik] (track 5 “Black Bear I”)

Midday Veil Discography (on Translinguistic Other):
The Current [LP/CD/C43]
Integratron [C45]
Subterranean Ritual 2 [C39]
Eyes All Around [LP/CD]
Subterranean Ritual [CD]
Queen of the Void [CD]

solo Discography:
(SOON 2014) Mood Organ - Outer Heaven EP [12" on MOTOR]
(SOON Spring 2014) Timm Mason – The Lost Levels [CD on Debacle]
(SOON 2014) Linguicide
(SOON 2014) Timm Mason / Cathartech - Sleep Study 1 [MCS]
(SOON 2014) Timm Mason - Escape Artist [MCS]
(SOON 2014) Time Mason - Time Release [MCS]
Mood Organ – Calcinatio [52xC13 on MCS]
Mood Organ – Visiting a Burning Museum [CD on Debacle SOLD OUT/digital on Aphonia]

as a member of:
Eldridge Gravy & The Court Supreme – Gravy's In Your Area [CD/LP]
Eldridge Gravy & The Court Supreme – Grow [7" self-release]
Eldridge Gravy & The Court Supreme – I’m Gone [7" on Emerald City Soul]
Eldridge Gravy & The Court Supreme – Party Hard [LP/CD self-release]
Eldridge Gravy & the Court Supreme – Exceptional [7" self-release]
Eldridge Gravy & the Court Supreme – Us is what time it is [CD self-release SOLD OUT]
Kuru Cult [CD on Mt. Non-Fiction]

[Mason] forges études that recall the sublime tranquility of Terry Riley, the penetrating, disorienting exactitude of Morton Subotnick, and the lonely, stark blues of Loren Mazzacane Connors. Mood Organ’s Visiting a Burning Museum (Debacle Records) achieves the impressive feat of creating pieces that induce both meditation and a profound existential dread. This is music for peering inward into your mind and soul and pondering life’s big questions.

-Dave Segal, The Stranger

Mason inscribes his music with poetic details that reward headphone listening: lonesome guitar, rustles of wind, swelling tones, and keyboards that sound like they’re underwater, blurred by shivering eddies and ripples.
-Chris Delaurenti, The Stranger

To me, Mood Organ has this Philip K. Dickian vibe of like some kind of biofeedback machine to make you a better human.
-Mike Pursley, Foxy Digitalis

Mood Organ   Timm Mason, Seattle, United States

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