About the Artist Personnel: A diverse group from varying backgrounds results in this eclectic mix of musical styles. Bio: Musical training in various areas, ranging from classical piano to several brass instruments, along with studies in computer science and programming, as well as performing myriad different musical styles, have resulted in what you hear today. The preceding has been a run-on sentence. Influences: The Art of Noise, Orbital, Massive Attack, Nile Rodgers, Arthur Baker, Camille Saint-Saens, Claude Debussy, J. S. Bach, and too many more to list. Album Description Prepare to embark upon a musical journey of the mind, which will transport you beyond the borders of your own perception. Lush musical arrangements and rhythmically charged, innovative percussion will release you from the bonds of the everyday sound environment, in which you have been imprisoned for far too long. Your life will be changed for the better once you experience the album that is Omnielectronica. ----- All Customer Reviews Average Customer Review: Write an online review and share your thoughts with other customers. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful: Innovative, March 31, 2005 Reviewer: Paula M. - See all my reviews I really like 'Omnielectronica'. Rather than being repetitive and boring like most other CD's of this genre, 'Omnielectronica' is unpredictable, whimsical, and mentally stimulating. I love the exotic sound of 'Hitoshizuku gigaku/hydrophonics'- it's fun yet still oddly soothing. 'Skyport' is like outer space meets techno. My favorite track is 'LNNN'; it's sound is enchanting and surreal- it's pure escapism. The art form known as 'music' is constantly evolving- this CD is a perfect example of the innovation and unrestrained creativity that takes music to an entirely new level.
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