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Days Off

by thoughtRadar

is the debut, EP release of thoughtRadar- a dynamic, melodic blend of electronic rock, chill out, and cinematic music, from composer Rick Martin.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Days Off
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2. Cirque
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3. Feel It
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4. What Is the Hurry
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5. The Cycle Begins
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thoughtRadar is a dynamic, melodic blend of electronic rock, chill out, and cinematic music, from composer Rick Martin. It is an ambient, instrumental mix of guitars, keyboards, and 70's synths, emphasizing strong melodies, resulting in refreshingly traditional, analogue sounds. Think Radiohead meets Air, minus the vocals...and just one dude. The pop and rock melodies combine with classical progressions that are layered with jazzy undertones. While the Pop influence is unmistakeable, the dynamic builds often times give it an epically cinematic-soundtrack feel. Furthermore each song is loaded with antioxidants which can, potentially, add years onto your life, and if listened to on a regular basis could even guarantee you a place in the afterlife.

Currently based in Los Angeles, Martin got his start in his hometown of Seattle, when the city exploded onto the music scene in the late 90's. In 1999, he moved to Vancouver, Canada and studied multimedia, discovering electronic music. He then began to combine this experience with his roots as a rock guitarist/songwriter. Initially influenced by the likes of Jimi Hendrix and the Beatles, he also studied Jazz, paying close attention to such guitar greats as Wes Montgomery, early George Benson, and Grant Green, giving the rock and pop melodies a jazzy undertone. Now he is just confused


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