Jonn | Lost Reward

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Lost Reward

by Jonn

A collection of improvisational, ambient rock songs. Fills the space between your heart and your mind with ephemeral ripples.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Purple
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5:38 $0.85
2. Lost Reward
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4:02 $0.85
3. Facets of a Broken Heart
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3:45 $0.85
4. Wait Until You Need It
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3:15 $0.85
5. Factory
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3:40 $0.85
6. Of All the Things We Think
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Will it go round in circles? This is a collection of sparkly, ambient, improvised music made with a loop pedal. It is inspired by the 80's 4AD sound of bands like the Cocteau Twins, Dead Can Dance and Dif Juz with a more American feel.

The name Lost Reward was derived from both a lost poodle sign and the desire to recapture the feeling of lost glory. Both sources are a farce. The poodle sign was a scam spread across Los Angeles offering $1,000 dollars for info, but it was actually a lure to rip people off. The idea of recapturing lost glory is a faulty desire to regenerate good feelings based on a changing memory of a non-existent past.

This album will never be the same. It sounds different every time you hear it, and it will never be recreated the same way again. It's hard to say how it exists at all.


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