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Concentrator

by Devilsclub

power electronics, sequenced electronic instruments, live compositions used to convey absolute horror
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Induction (Live)
11:12 album only
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2. Bibblesnsquibb (Live)
7:27 album only
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3. Funkymartin (Live)
9:06 album only
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4. Deathchant (Live)
12:41 album only
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5. Release (Live)
11:06 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
devilsclub is an abstract music project founded to help me cope with some very difficult times. I've used music as medicine since I was a little kid. It has always served me well that way. Most of the music I make for this project is meant as a cautionary tale. It covers a wide range of interests and it typically employs some form of electronic instrument, noise and or sequence. A favorite aspect these days is the use of chaos in the composition. While not original to me as an idea, I see the chaos element as just another being turning knobs, pushing buttons and grooving along with what ever trip we happen to be on together. The collective universe is a living thing too after all.

Some of the music here is harsh sounding, but not all. It's meant to be listened to with a sense of humor, but it is also meant to be heard as serious commentary on a wide number of subjects. I hope you like it. I listen to some of it daily in my travels. I find that it tends to distort and sometimes derail some negative thought patterns and memories. Maybe it will work for you in the same way?

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