Deceptive Noise | From This Point On

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From This Point On

by Deceptive Noise

Mellow, ambient soundscapes with groove oriented beats and percussion. A wide variety of instrumentation, with melody.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. 'Twas Now
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3:45 $0.99
2. Subconscious Predicaments
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2:53 $0.99
3. I'll Know You Later
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3:44 $0.99
4. Optimistic Groove
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3:27 $0.99
5. Fullness of Time
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3:55 $0.99
6. Interludia
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7. (No Subject)
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8. I Want to Hand Drum
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9. Fighty-Punchy Thing
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Album Notes
What started as a one song project quickly materialized into something more. Always inspired by music with rhythm, Deceptive Noise looks to meld ambient drone-like soundscapes with in-your-face drum beats and percussive tracks to create a musical palette of varied colors.

A wide variety of instrumentation is used on each track, fusing both live and sampled instruments to keep that 'human' element to the music that tends to be missing from the electronic music genre as a whole.


On February 24, for 24 hours, 'twas now will be's 'Track of the Day'.



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Neil Howard

From This Point ON
Let me tell you how amazing this album is, right from the get go Deceptive noise pulls you into its sonic space with lush pads and emotional guitar playing and big beats. I love this type of music because it allows you to intrept your own meaning to the songs. Definitely an album to write stories or scripts by. I recommend purchasing this album and turning off the lights and just let the music take to all those strange worlds in your subconsious mind.