Bryers | The Side Effects of Time Travel

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The Side Effects of Time Travel

by Bryers

Ambient electronic pop. The fourth solo record by this Michigan singer/songwriter/producer
Genre: Pop: Synth Pop
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1. I Am A Smoke Machine
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2. Majesty
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3. Everywhere But Home
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4. Secrets
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5. Before the World Turned Strange
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6. The Side Effects of Time Travel
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7. Moscow Rules
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8. The Shifting Tide
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9. Reptile
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10. Those Stupids Birds Keep Singing
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11. Pretty Little Ghost
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12. Waiting For the Sky To Fold
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Side Effects of Time Travel is the fouth solo record from Chris Bryers. Largely influenced by early 80's Dream pop in the vein of Brian Eno, Kate Bush, The Blue Nile, Trevor Horn as well as Peter Gabriel.



ABOUT BRYERS
Chris Bryers is composer/musician/singer living in SouthWestern Michigan. Chris has been a musician for over 20 years, and is best known for fronting the excellent Kalamazoo and Los Angeles bands Sleet, Twitch, Owsla, Killswitch, Selling Heaven, and Son of One. Chris has also played with and done cameos with TASM Lab, Rollinghead, Dead River Drag, and Knives Are Quiet.

Other recordings by Bryers:
Birds, 2004 (fourfortyfour)
Hazel and the Black Rabbit, 2007 (Leonstemple)
Ghost Stories, 2009 (fourfortyfour)

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