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Tudor This is a wonderful new release, I hope to see more in this darker electronic instrumental direction from Symbion Project. The whole album is very coherent and musical. A few interesting oriental motifs, very well integrated stylistically.
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-...'O)=)=::=(((:::(=-:§cr00g€:-=):::)))=::=(:=(O'...- i already own a copy of almost every album he has made.
similar to his other albums yet different, didnt quite hit that spot of perfection he usually does hit, maybe i have to really listen in to this album to learn to appreciate all the hard work he put in. symbion project love your music but maybe a bit of vocals and lyrics alongside the album?
Malcolm McCrimmon
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Malcolm McCrimmon One of Symbion Project's most cohesive, addictive albums yet. The tracks all build on and complement each other, so picking a favorite is a bit arbitrary, but Save Yourself gives me chills every time. Favorite track: Save Yourself.
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BACKSCATTER is the 10th album from eclectic electronic artist Symbion Project. This album is a dark, brooding, instrumental album featuring moments of haunting beauty captured like insects in amber. Layers of vintage analog synths, distorted Japanese koto, and complex drum programming push BACKSCATTER into a heavier, more sonic territory than previous releases. My goal was to create a work where dark melancholia, anxiety and disillusion, and aching beauty could all co-exist.

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released March 8, 2019

Synths/programming/Japanese koto by Kasson Crooker // Japanese translation and spoken word by Maki Waza // All songs written, produced, mixed, & mastered by Kasson Crooker (BMI) // Published by Speed of Dark Music (BMI) // Copyright Speed of Dark Music (All Rights Reserved) //

Cover art photo by Tomoya Matsuura (ensl.jp/tomoyamatsuura) and used with kind permission // Cover design by Symbion Project //

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Musique électronique sophistiquée pour les auditeurs exigeants

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