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Citron EP

by whatsisname

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S-B-J Pour your self a cup of your favourite brew and sit back and enjoy.
OR put on your dancing shoes
and dance the night away.
This EP can do both.
Pleasant sounds and great solos.
Humanized Electro.
Prog ON Favorite track: Conflicting Prophecies.
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Mesmer Fish 06:55
Citron 04:30


This is my first self-released EP on Bandcamp. All tracks were composed between February and November 2009, and were remixed between June and September of 2011. A further remix of all tracks excluding Citron took place during November and December of 2012.

All tracks here are early works from Studio Seismic. Some were assembled from early building blocks, whilst others were composed on the fly as I became more confident. This is less ambient and more beat-oriented than my earlier Decade EP and embraces influences from various differing origins.

Genre: ElectroProg, TranceFusion, Acid


released May 20, 2013

Written, recorded and mixed by Whatsisname in EnergyXT


Genesis CM1.02, erratic_CM, CM-101, EnergyXT Drum Sampler, EnergyXT Synthesizer, Dominator CM, AlphaCM, SynthMasterV2, Drumatic 3, Native Instruments Pro-53, AMB ElectraBass Rack CM, Analogue Warfare


EnergyXT Reverb, EnergyXT Delay

Mastered in IK T-Racks3:

Linear Phase EQ, Opto Compressor, Vintage Equalizer, T-Racks Brickwall Limiter, T-Racks Equalizer

Reviewed at www.divideandconquermusic.com/indie-music-album-reviews/whatsisname-citron


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whatsisname West Sussex, UK

Prog-Rock formed a significant part of my musical upbringing. I hope that these mainly electronic morsels manage to convey part of that heritage, although genres can be hard to pin down with any degree of certainty.

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