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Electronic: Electronica Moods: Mood: Intellectual Moods: Type: Improvisational New Age: Ambient New Age: Ethnic Fusion

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AUSTRALIA - Victoria

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Damian Tangram

About ‘Damian Tangram’ aka ‘The Good Omen’

‘Damian Tangram’ aka ‘The Good Omen’ creates Ambient crossover music that is rhythmic and clear with distinctive melodies. With a fusion of eastern and western styles the music is both classical and accessible.

The artist's is heavily influenced by music from the Sub-continent (particularly Sri Lankan tradition music) and modern artists like: Kitaro, Vangelis and Klaus Schultz .

Performances encompass the feel of hardware and tradition. With a combination of analogue monophonic synthesizers, digital multi-timbered sound modules, sequencers, samples and FX units with real time control, performances come alive.

Damian Tangram's latest CD called “Dawasa - This Day”. It is inspired by the passage one solitary day for a person who is travelling somewhere in South-East Asia.

Other projects include:
‘Journey of Hope’ Tsunami Benefit Concert which was performed at the Melbourne Town Hall before an audience of 2000. He composed a new piece of music for the ballet segment and mixed the entire sound track for the stage show(2005)
Project Manager for the Sri Lankan National Day celebrations in Melbourne co production between ‘The Committee for Sri Lanka’ and ‘The Hon. Consulate’ for Sri Lanka in Melbourne. Audience 2000+ guests including government representatives and diplomats(circa 2009).

(2015) - Music for a Better Millennium - Remaster
(2013) - Dawasa (This Day) - CD to be release in 2013
(2008) - Movie Soundtrack – ‘Saswamika’ (Having an Owner) - DVD.
(2008) - 'Sigiria' individual track released on the 'Sampler Synthesis 5' compilation - CD. (Clan Analogue Recordings)
(2007) - 'Sleepless' individual track released on the 'Sampler Synthesis 4' compilation - CD. (Clan Analogue Recordings)
(2004) - ‘Journey of Hope’ Tsunami Benefit Concert. Composed new music for the ballet segment of the concert. Damian also edited and premixed all the music used in the concert that was performed before an audience of 2000 patrons at the Melbourne Town Hall. - DVD
(2001) - Asiech - EP - CD
(2000) - Music for a Better Millennium - CD
(1993) - Forbidden Temple (as Damian Murphy) - Audio Cassette (Blasted Independents)
(1985 to 1993) – Various music recordings that have been played on radio for the Electronic Influence program at PBS FM

Influences come from diverse background such:
Influences Jean Michelle Jarre, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Kitaro, Klaus Schultze and also Asian (particularly Sri Lankan) musical styles...