Daniel Triana | Rough Sketches and Early Works

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Rough Sketches and Early Works

by Daniel Triana

Lo-Fi recordings, raw, rough, alternative, electronic and experimental. Guitars, Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Electronics and Vocals by Daniel Triana.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. 5am Over Elizabeth
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2. Hand in Hand
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3. Picture the Landscapes
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4. Abstract Mind
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5. Another World
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6. A Race With Time
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7. Bouquet
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8. Duet
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9. Rainy Afternoon
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10. Why So
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11. A Day in the Life
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12. A Crack in the Sky
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A collection of rare, early recordings. An attempt to capture it's original spirit- A document of ideas that is true, raw and lo-fi in nature. These recordings were made in the late 1980's and early 1990's. Guitars, Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Electronics and Vocals by Daniel Triana. The cover art is from a photo proof taken by photographer James E. Munoz.


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April 12, 2010 by Jason - from: Legionaire Jukebox
"For some reason it blows my mind that anyone or any band can still be creative after over two decades making music but that’s just what New Jersey born Daniel Triana is doing! I happened upon his particular brand of dark, cinematic Electro music via ReverbNation."
My Thoughts/Initial Impression:
"I guess it’s the quirky Industrial flavor to his music that grips me, and the fact that one person can be responsible for the creation of music that immediately transports me to a world of action movie sequences and insane drama!" It’s little wonder that he cites Joy Division, Depeche Mode, Portishead and Massive Attack among others! Triana is quite the inspiration I gotta tell ya! Including a Gothic/Alternative band called Bellas Artes prior to his solo career, Triana has worked on many projects. He is definitely at the reigns only enlisting a few guest members when need be."
Reminds Me Of:
Depeche Mode, Front 242, Ladytron