Patrick Lee | Ampersand

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Ampersand

by Patrick Lee

Ampersand combines glitches and organic beats with warm guitars and melodic vocal fragments. A kaleidoscopic epic for the IDM set.
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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1. Teeth & No Teeth
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2. The Mountain & the Morning Spider
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3. The Flying Ships & the Unisorse
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4. Young & Single
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5. Wars & the Wild Animals
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6. Devils, Drums & Folk Tales
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7. The Proud Mouse & the Daylight
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8. Northern & Southern Nigeria
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9. Matches & the Fire
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10. The Story of Youth Without Age & Life Without Death
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My approach on Ampersand was to make the majority of the beats with sounds around the studio: the click of a power switch, the distortion of a too-loud microphone. My wife Colleen sang the melodies and harmonies; it's singing, but it's rarely words. More like humming, oohing and aahing. Mix that with some ukelele and electro synth, add ridiculous song titles, and there we are.


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