Alphanaut

Alphanaut

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Electronic - Electronica | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 483   
Member Since: 2010
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Satellites Crashing

The second single from the Alphanaut album "Out of Orbit" featuring the title cut which is a downtempo jazz infused electronica piece complete with a...

Out of Orbit

With Out of Orbit's overall unflinchingly 80's appeal, there is no denying that it is born out of an undeniable love for synth-pop. But merely...

Never Been To Athens

"Never Been To Athens" is Alphanaut's first single from its upcoming full length album "Out of Orbit". The lyric to the song is about shedding the...

The Innocence of Time

"The Innocence of Time" is Alphanaut's third single from the debut EP "The Lunar Age" EP featuring four versions of the song.

The first...

Jennifer

"Jennifer" is Alphanaut's second single from the debut EP "The Lunar Age".

"Jennifer" features two reworkings of the title cut and a...

Spontaneity

"Spontaneity", Alphanaut's first single from the debut EP "The Lunar Age".

"Spontaneity" is a song that triggered Mark's return to song...

The Lunar Age

Alphanaut is a one-man electronica project by musician Mark Alan, which lifted off after a decade away from song writing. During the time between...

Spontaneity

Electronic - Electronica

"Spontaneity", Alphanaut's first single from the debut EP "The Lunar Age". "Spontaneity" is a song that triggered Mark's return to song writing after a ten-year absence from his craft. It's a lyric based on the struggle to reconnect with the artist inside him while dealing with the self-doubts that all creative souls deal with. His deeply rich vocals glide silkily over the electronic effects and sparse beat, joined in the chorus by his soaring harmonies. The single also features two reworkings of the title cut and a bonus, non-EP song "That's Me". The first revisit of "Spontaneity" is Alphanaut's own "Return To Earth Remix" where the song is stripped down and given a more minimal treatment. The second is an acoustic version amplifying the flamenco guitar line at the end of the song. Mark employed Chavo Villanueva on guitars, Jorge Villanueva on percussion and Teca Garcia, formerly of Tijuana No!, on charango and Peruvian flutes.

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