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Infra Dig

by The Bemus Point

Semi-improvised electronic music infested with ghosts, performed using thirty years of machines.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Ultra Dig
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2. Has Anyone Seen My Innocence
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3. Not Dead Yet
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4. Zendomat
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5. Snarque
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6. Le Petit Chien Sans Merci
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7. Museum On The Moon
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The Bemus Point is an improvisational electronic duo featuring acid-jazz laptoppist and thereminist James Spitznagel, and indie dork guitarist/synthesist Inverse Room. This is their first studio album together, and it features dozens of analog, digital, and software synths; electric guitar; theremin; homemade noisemaking devices and circuit-bent toys; and boatloads of effects pedals--all of which was spot-welded together in Acid 4.0 and overdubbed live. The result is halfway between Jean-Michel Jarre and the future, between jazz and psychedelia, between rock and roll and the string quartets of Dmitri Shostakovich. Pay us a visit at our web site, and come hear our improvised set near our home in central New York.

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