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Auricle AMCDR 138 46'08" CD-R deleted

1. Horizons Edge 1'18"
2. The Darkness Of Light 4'01"
3. Decaying Universe 1'29"
4. Symmetry Of Mirrors 1'54"
5. Count Saint- Germain 3'13"
6. Fear Of The Unknown 0'28"
7. Future Song 2'07"
8. Eternal Visions 1'52"
9. The Ouija Board 5'48"
10. In The Realm Of Supernatural Possibilities 23'52"

All titles, music, artwork, and photography by David Eveson.

Instruments: electric and acoustic guitars, Elka string synthesiser, Theramin, Synthi A, ARP 2600, Moog, organ, Mellotron.

Sine Wave is the project of multi-instrumental talent Dave Eveson, from Streetly, West Midlands, UK. A collector of progressive and experimental music who I first met in the early days of the Ultima Thule shop, when he was one the team of builders working on the Shires Shopping Centre, nipping in to the shop in his lunch breaks!
His Sine Wave debut is the culmination of many years recording on his own, and takes the cream of such musical exploration, composed and recorded between 2004 and 2008, distilling many influences into his own unique style. Never too dense or too sparse, he strikes the right balance throughout, featuring guitars, synthesizers, Mellotron, etc. Passionate, melodic, but also quite experimental, the spirit of Heldon and Fripp & Eno perhaps, but with a different focus, let the Sine Wave begin!

First CDR edition (quantity not specified) - released ?/?/2008.
A new CDR edition is possible, if requested.

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