Brian Walker | Mystic Alien Chatter Box

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Mystic Alien Chatter Box

by Brian Walker

Beat-Oriented Ambient Electronica
Genre: Electronic: Techno
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1. Thaiko Drum
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2. alien radio station
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3. Free-Zone
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4. mystic alien chatter box
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5. Dial Up Percussion
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6. Volden Wilding
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7. Silent Sorrow
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8. birdie
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9. transpose
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10. Bangladesh
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11. Dee X
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12. CUT
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Album Notes
My interest in music began when I was about 5 years old. I spent hours making noise on my Grandmother's piano and organ when I visited her. Also, I loved to bang on the piano we had at home and see what kind of noises I could get out of it. In the 80's I bought my first synthesizer (a Roland analog) and became obsessed with techno-oriented groups such as Depeche Mode and Kraftwerk. Later, I developed a love for world music mainly because of the percussive elements. Although I do not play drums, I have always approached music with a very rhythmic, mathematical approach. I tend to use LOTS of percussion samples. Around the mid 90's I was influenced heavily by more ambient and ethereal electronica such as Future Sound of London (the "Lifeforms" album). I remember the mid 90's as being a good period for electronic music. It was during this time that I was inspired to create sounds with a more organic feel. As of today, I have produced hundreds of tracks (maybe thousands), some very rough, others more refined. I feel most alive when I am in the process of creating a new song. In the near future, I hope to organize more of my songs into albums. Although I have been recording music for over 20 years, it is only very recently that I have started releasing my tracks. My hope is that you enjoy listening to my music as much as I have enjoyed making it.


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