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2017 Album (2017)

Electronics + organic sounds (guitar, violin, vocals), varied genres (mostly electronica, folk, irish fiddle, lo-fi rock and some experimental stuff)

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Fail Faster Therapy

BIOGRAPHY

Hello there. I produce amateur electronica/folktronica. I found out about the RPM Challenge and equivalents (FAWM etc.) in a book called "Making Music, 74 creative strategies for electronic music producers" by Dennis DeSantis, edited by Ableton. It was in a chapter about arbitrary constraints for creativity, and one of them was deadlines. I'm using the nickname "Fail Faster Thearpy", but it's more like a self-reminder actually. I have lots of ideas, but I rarely put them down on an Ableton Live set. I need deadlines. RPM challenge was perfect for that. For this album, I wanted to mix electronics and organic sounds in a varied panel of genres, and see what would happen. I lack hindsight, and the mixing/mastering part clearly needs more work, but I'm quite satisfied with what I got on the musical side. I've been puting a lot of myself into it, and I hope you'll enjoy it. Nice to know you guys ! Soundcloud -> https://soundcloud.com/grey-try

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Eymeric

YEARS COMPLETED
2017

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Completed Albums

2017 Album(2017)

Electronics + organic sounds (guitar, violin, vocals), varied genres (mostly electronica, folk, irish fiddle, lo-fi rock and some experimental stuff)


Spoilers (intro)
Reel Off
Constraint
Reminder
Twinge...
...Twitch
Recipe   (preferred)
Interlude, and Titles Shall Be Much Longer from Now On
Kalyana Through Ages with Flying Porpoises
Two Friends up a Hill Staring At The Sky in the Middle of a Summer Afternoon Is the Only Epilogue I Can Think About