SPITZNAGEL | Moments From Anywhere

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Moments From Anywhere

by SPITZNAGEL

Jazzy-ambient-glitch music for adventurous meditation.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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1. Rain On the Wire
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2. One Five One
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3. Kicking the Sky
10:05 $0.99
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4. Three Drops At a Time
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5. Catch This Glimpse
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6. I Don't Want a Lot
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7. Evo Ra
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8. Informal Metaphors
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The music on “Moments From Anywhere” started as down-tempo, glitch-based noise to reflect a bitter-sweet mood…but soon morphed into a full blown jazzy-acid-glitch-tech trip into the world of dreams, nostalgia and the unknown.

SPITZNAGEL's music ranges from acid-jazz to retro-electro to techno-dub to laptop-blip'n'glitch. With 30 years of experience in the music business and 15 of those as a professional musician, SPITZNAGEL brings a broad perspective to the worlds of electronic, experimental and sample based music. CADENCE, the world-renowned jazz magazine, has stated: "SPITZNAGEL negotiates a unique solo performance using electronics as his paintbrush and an extra-wide soundstage on which to splatter his creation".

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