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A New Environment

by The Sym-plifi Project

Ambient music combining original samples and loops with composed or improvised melodies and textures.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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2. b flat
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3. ern
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4. how do you deal with it
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5. man IP
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6. in the face of it all
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7. Diatribe
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8. anniv wave
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9. light my gangstir
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10. Hope
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11. chain 2
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12. gigue-less
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13. slow groove
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Album Notes
The Sym-plifi Project is the work of composer Dan DeChellis. It combines his love of improvisation with electronic/ambient textural music. Dan has been an active member of the Improvised music community in New York and Boston for the last 8 years, not only as a performer but as an organizer, promoter and record label owner. He has released a series of critically acclaimed CD's on his own label, Sachimay Records and his music has been heard around the world.

The music of the Sym-plifi Project combines original samples and loops textured with composed and improvised keyboard parts. The obvious influences are apparent, Brian Eno, Harold Budd, Bjork as well as a strong understanding of pop, jazz and classical music.

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