Jason Corder and Opium | thepresentday

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by Jason Corder and Opium

Drones and ethnic elements are interwoven with percussive minimalism to create a flowing long-form work of seven fascinating movements.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Assembly Line and Sinker
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2. Light Polutionitics
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4:45 album only
3. Highway Powder Lines
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7:23 album only
4. Neon Cancer Bath
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5. Freebase Flower Tunnel
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6. 5me0rganic Architecture
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7. Street Silence
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Jason Corder. The moniker "Off the Sky" was originally birthed as a simple misinterpretation of an obscure line from that famous film Trainspotting. Random as its conception was, Off the Sky is an all too apropos title summating the dub-atmospheric and acoustic solo projects emanating from Jason Corder's studio in Kentucky, USA. It is a humble hand that reflects both his mild mannered nature and his usual "in-the-clouds" mind-set. Jason's musical style is loosely inspired by the likes of Monolake, Gas, and Christian Fennesz

Teo Zini ( Opium ) was born in Bollate, Milan (Italy) in 1979 and now lives in Varese
His love for electronic music began when he was 15.His first experiments were created with thefirst home personal computer soundcards
Through software he creates rich drones and complex soundscapes often using etnic/tribal sounds and beats
Opium is also involved in other projects such as Sola Translatio with Alio Die


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