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The Bonham Diaries

by DJ Tan't

This is a concept album dedicated to the late and great John Bonham. Live drum sessions mixed with melodic walls of strictly Ableton soft synths, gives a whole new meaning to electronic rock.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Day One
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2. Day Two
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3. Day Three
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4. Day Four
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5. Day Five
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6. Day Six
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7. Day Seven
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8. Day Eight
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
It's been six years since DJ Tan't (that's short for Tantrum) released Notes of Abrasion, and his new joint Mega Bloks is aptly named. Chunky, day-glo building blocks of sound are clicked and locked together to form thick beats—some that have the elasticity of hiphop and others the rigidity of chiptune. Tan't is the alter ego of Paul Lynch, who's filled the gap since Notes of Abrasion by working on his other projects, (((In Mono))) and Headphone Party. But Mega Bloks sees Lynch corralling a formidable list of Portland talent—including Sophie Vitells, Oh, and the ubiquitous Papi Fimbres—into an album that's playful, bright, and with surprising nuance, like a model city made out of toys that, on closer examination, reveals exhaustive and exacting detail.
- NED LANNAMANN

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