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Letters to Canberra

by Phoresis

A moody psychedelic journey through mind and space, analog textures with soulful vocals and striking beats.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Our New Home
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2. Earthlight
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3. To the Sun
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4. Further
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5. Delva
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6. Star Walker
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7. Somnium
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8. Harpy
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9. Origins
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10. Consciousness Until Encounter
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Phoresis is a collaborative musical project culminating in an album, "Letters to Canberra", released on vinyl and CD in January 2010.

Our New Home:

Inception: Todd Osborn

Todd Osborn - lyrics, keyboards, vocals, mix

Nick Johnson - keyboards, mix

Lauren Smith - vocals

Bob Crain - keyboards, mix

Earthlight:

Inception: Bob Crain

Todd Bernhardt - drums

Bob Crain - keyboards, guitar, mix

Nick Johnson - keyboards, lyrics, mix

Lauren Smith - Vocals

Josh French - guitar

Chris Garrett - bass

Todd Osborn - mix



To the Sun:

Inception: Nick Johnson

Todd Osborn - drums, guitar, mix

Bob Crain - guitar, mix

Mike Saslaw - guitar

Nick Johnson - keyboards, lyrics, mix

Chris Garrett - bass

Danny Green - trumpet

Lauren Smith - Vocals

Mark Little - lyrics

Aki Zenji - mix



Further:

Inception: Nick Johnson

Nick Johnson - guitars, keyboards, lyrics, mix

Damion Driggins - Drums

Todd Osborn - bass, mix

Lauren Smith - Vocals

Aki Zenji - mix

Bob Crain - mix



Delva:

Inception: Bob Crain, Nick Johnson

Bob Crain - guitar, bass, mix

Shahrokh Molavi - guitar

Nick Johnson - keyboard, mix

Todd Osborn - mix



Star Walker:

Inception: Karl Kriemelmeyer

Karl Kriemelmeyer - Keyboards, drums

Bob Crain - vocal, mix

Nick Johnson - keyboard, digeridoo, mix

Ted Morgan - guitar

Aki Zenji - mix

Todd Osborn - mix



Somnium:

Inception: Mark Little

Mark Little - guitar

Nick Johnson - bass, keyboard, beats, mix

Shahrokh Molavi - guitar

Bob Crain - mix

Todd Osborn - mix



Harpy:

Inception: Nick Johnson

Lauren Smith - Vocal

Shahrokh Molavi - guitar

Nick Johnson - guitar, bass, keyboard, mix, lyrics

Bob Crain - mix

Karl Kriemelmeyer - drums

Todd Osborn - vocal, mix



Origins:

Inception: Nick Johnson, Bob Crain

Bob Crain - guitar, mix

Nick Johnson - keyboard, mix

Mark Little - lyrics

Jerami Mennella - bass

Todd Osborn - guitar, mix

Lauren Smith - vocals, lyrics

Karl Kriemelmeyer - drums



Consciousness Until Encounter :

Inception: Nick Johnson

Nick Johnson - keyboards, guitar, mix

Todd Osborn - bass, mix

Bob Crain - keyboards, mix

Josh French - lap steel


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Heather Davis

Candy for your ears, but the good-for-you, organic kind
I have to say this album took me by surprise. This is not to say I was expecting something in particular, but as soon as I popped it in and began listening to the first song, I had this "Woah...." sensation, marked by that tingling sensation at the base of your skull and a distinct sensation that you are indeed staring into the void, but this void is far more beautiful, complex, and infinitely nuanced than you could ever imagine. True, you can find it under the psychedelic genre, and that would be fitting place for it, but as I was listening I thought it was a marriage of Sonic Youth and Stereolab, but somehow different, more a meditation on sound and texture and layers. I love this album!!!!!!!!!!!!

Michael B

Soon to be a classic
The music on this album is incredibley fantastic. It shows great craftmansship and care. When I first put on the CD it was amazing, very late 60's phychedelic, space music, with a very modern sound, very cutting edge. It is now my personal favorite. They are very good at "one uping" yourselves at every turn.
I cant wait to spin the vinyl on my turntable with my classic 1970's Sony power amp. "SWING!!"