Stephen McHale | Weird Glitches

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Weird Glitches

by Stephen McHale

Stephen's music is a combination of influences, creating a sound that incorporates the melodic listenability of popular music with the improvisational elements of jazz. Think Radiohead meets Kurt Rosenwinkel, with a healthy dose of Pink Floyd.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Umbra (feat. Piotr Orzechowski, Daniel Toledo & Joshua Wheatley)
6:00 $1.00
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2. Dip (feat. Daniel Toledo, Mariano Steimberg & Ricardo Curto)
7:37 $1.00
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3. Parakeet (feat. Andrea Fraenzel, Mariano Steimberg & Piotr Orzechowski)
7:21 $1.00
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4. Ctrl, Alt, Rpt (feat. Ricardo Curto, Alexey Leon Reyes, Daniel Toledo & Sergio Martinez)
4:52 $1.00
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5. Lark (feat. Piotr Orzechowski, Daniel Toledo & Joshua Wheatley)
4:43 $1.00
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6. Bookend (feat. Piotr Orzechowski, Andrea Fraenzel & Mariano Steimberg)
5:12 $1.00
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7. Weird Glitches (feat. Alexey Leon Reyes, Ricardo Curto, Daniel Toledo & Mt Aditya Srinivasan)
5:10 $1.00
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album was written, produced, and recorded during the time Stephen spent studying for his Masters in Contemporary Performance at Berklee College of Music's new campus in Valencia, Spain.

The writing of this album was heavily influenced by the sounds and styles of his peers during his time in Valencia.

Stephen McHale's music is a combination of influences, creating a sound that incorporates the melodic simplicity and listenability of popular music with the improvisational elements of jazz.

Think Radiohead meets Kurt Rosenwinkel, with a healthy undercurrent of Pink Floyd and you'll be close to hearing what's in store for you as a listener.

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