Noel Brass Jr. | Zero Utopias and Counting

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Zero Utopias and Counting

by Noel Brass Jr.

Drenched in psychedelic, gospel, ambient motroskills will be needed to navigate the soulful blade runner like moods of a dystopian tropical metropolis for the introspective into the lush keyboard landscapes of the soundtrack like soul shoe gaze.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Automatic Modern Day Dystopian
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2. Fell Swoop
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3. Functional Tommorow
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4. Dont Mind Me I Love You
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5. Surreal Lomax
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6. Conspiracy Realities
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7. Day Job Paystub Drink Holder
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8. Future Somebody
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9. No One Said It Was So
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10. Is That My Soul Spilling Out On Its Side
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Ambient soul spliced with Vangellis like dreams for a spacey layered shoegazey fortress, that is the Tropical Metropolis studio, jazz chords duck and weave into the mix for lathering of soothing improvisational soundscapes, the first solo album in Seattle for the AfroCop lead keyboardist leaves the introspective busy and the dreamers awake


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