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Rhythmic Symphony
  • Artist: Rhythmic Symphony
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479108594
  • Item #: SRD910859
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 4/12/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Rhythmic Symphony on CD

At the age of 13, inspired by the likes of The Echoing Green, Joy Electric, and my 16 bit Super Nintendo games, I took to my families long neglected keyboard and began to write my first songs. I found the synthesizer at the end of the dark hallway in our house, strangely out of place as it was shoved into a corner that was not meant to be a home to anything.The old machine was cheap and displayed an impressive collection of aging dust, but over the next several years this new companion and I would produce over 60 songs as my love to create unfurled it's wings and took flight. Synthpop is what I play, although it is often mistaken for techno. Electronic would definitely be accurate, coupled with perhaps ecclectic and occasionally even a little off the deep end psychosis. Rhythmic Symphony is most accurately a collection of my thoughts, ponderings, and theories carried in the vehicle of my artistic _expression. I cringe at the idea of using drum loops that I or someone that I'm working with didn't create, or just pressing the button that does it all for me, so everything you hear, besides synthesizing the instruments themselves, is homegrown right in my bedroom.