Eden Grey - (What Was) Tundra album
Title: (What Was) Tundra
Style: IDM, Experimental
Date of release: 2015
Size MP3: 1808 mb
Size FLAC: 1330 mb
Format: DMF DXD AUD TTA VQF ASF MIDI
The digital composer Eden Grey (aka Chelsea Bruno) has been making music her whole life. In 2004, Eden connected with the gift of technology and started producing electronic music, highly influenced by her two favourite artists, Autechre and Aphex Twin, along with the genres of hip-hop, dubstep, ambient and IDM. She has performed live solo and collaborative sets in several cities in the UK and clubs in Miami, Florida.
Eden Grey's music is an experimental mix influenced by electro, dub, dnb, techno, drone, ambient and hip-hop. Call Super infuses his ambient electronic works with the brashness and creativity of a painter.
Suns of the Tundra is the eponymous debut by London band Suns of the Tundra (previously Peach), released in 2004. There are many references to Rock, Paper, Scissors throughout the album. Paper Wraps Stone" – 4:50. Telescopic Misanthropy" – 5:14. Bottlenecked" – 6:40. Scissors Cut Paper" – 6:29. Syzygy, Part I" – 3:37.
Tundra is the debut solo album of the Norwegian singer Anneli Drecker. It was released on 27 March 2000. The debut solo album by Anneli Drecker gives an excursion into a more diverse soundscape within the genres electronica and rock. After the international efforts of Bel Canto stranded on the second half of the 1990s, it seems quite natural that she start a solo career.
The digital composer Eden Grey began producing electronic music in 2004, after several years of classical piano lessons and deep appreciation and love for music took a turn into the future.
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|4||48 Below Rmx||6:19|
Vocals – Alexandra Moon-Age
- Written-By, Recorded By – Eden Grey