Micah Atwell | Temple of Unmanifest Dreams

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Temple of Unmanifest Dreams

by Micah Atwell

Recharge your mind. From incense-saturated Buddhist temples to treks through the natural world and out to the far reaches of the cosmos, Temple takes you on a nostalgic, pensive search for the origin of dreams and returns you softly to the waking world.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. Temple of Unmanifest Dreams
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2. In This Place
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3. Visions of Rust
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4. Vedauwoo
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5. Chasing Futility
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6. Shadia
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7. Return to the Temple
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Temple of Unmanifest Dreams is an emotionally charged and meditative ambient/electronic guitar odyssey geared for fans of such popular radio programs as the nationally syndicated Hearts of Space and similar regional broadcasts. This haunting, meditative compilation is an astounding testament to what a guitar can convey, and it continues to receive sweeping reviews at every turn.

--About Micah--

Micah Atwell is a composer of contemporary instrumental music, often in the ambient, electronic, and pop/hard-rock genres. His distinctive sound stems from his personal choice to use guitar where others use synthesizers, and his signature style resides in his abstract, thematic, and visionary approach to composition.

Raised between bustling southern California and rural, spacious Kansas, Micah developed a dichotomous feel for time and rhythm. In 1991, at age 16, he began teaching himself guitar and spent his formative years writing blues-based hard rock songs and instrumentals. Over the next several years, his sound and style gradually evolved towards the more experimental electronic and ambient genres. Having... had a substantial classical and cultural music upbringing, these ‘new’ genres allowed him to tap into a much greater list of influences and find a whole new level of creative freedom. They would also provide him fertile ground to apply his autodidactic electronics and later software development knowledge.

Micah produced and self-released his 2008 debut album, Temple of Unmanifest Dreams, an emotionally charged and meditative ambient/electronic guitar odyssey geared for audiences of such popular radio programs as the nationally syndicated Hearts of Space and similar regional broadcasts. This haunting, meditative compilation is an astounding testament to what a guitar can convey, and it continues to receive sweeping reviews at every turn.

Micah Atwell has received numerous positive critiques from legendary guitarist George Lynch and in 2008 secured a Top 40 ranking in the industry-sponsored international Guitar Idol competition. He has scored music to video and animation and actively works with artists in the US and the UK, co-writing and co-producing some very eclectic compositions.

"I've always loved listening to Micah's compositions because they're always so musically interesting. He has a lot of content and his soloing is never overkill. ... He shows a lot of room for growth and potential and has direction in his approach."
-- George Lynch (Dokken/Lynch Mob/Souls of We)


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