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Static Orange Box

by Arthur Nasson

"Static Orange Box is an experimental electronics trip" The Boston Herald
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Which Way to Jazz Town?
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2. Frog With Spare Lightbulb
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3. Venus Avenue
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4. A Rhodes By Any Other Name
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5. Sky Covering
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6. Not Round World
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7. Picture Stars
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8. Glitch
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9. Landed
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10. Refract
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11. Jackhammer Waltz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Static Orange Box is a project that encompasses,
out jazz,improvisation,composition,
synthesizers,soundscaping,
found object sonic manipulations,
JackHammers,kids toys,
and experiments of all kinds.

Featured on The National Public Radio show
Here And Now
to hear the interview
www.here-now.org
NPR

"Static Orange Box is an experimental electronics trip"
The Boston Herald

"A workshop atmosphere pervades as if the disc is an aperture into a tone scientists tinkering and toiling away in his basement laboratory,accessing sounds and patterns and cataloging them for future reference.
The amplified textures have a certain atmospheric appeal and I found myself naturally thinking of disparate keyboard maestro's Sun Ra and Vangelis,
both in terms of ingredients used and results achieved.
It's an interesting trip and one I'll likely be taking again soon."
Cadence Magazine

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