Invisible Mending Service

Invisible Mending Service

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Electronic - Experimental | London, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 613   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Listener comments:

"I like your bumblebee song. It makes me want to suck nectar from a psychedelic flower. It makes me want to dance with a blue meanie while eating magic mushrooms. It's great to hear how you're continuing to explore and expand your musical horizons." (Keith Meldahl, geologist)

"I was indeed intrigued by the compositional aspect, but the running of the mouth focused on a narrower aspect, hence my lack of depth in editorial comment. Maybe I was on acid." (Alan Nemeth, jazz drummer extraordinaire, Cleveland, Ohio)

"I love this stuff , modern Weather Report - ish." (Mike Sharfe, jazz bassist extraordinaire, Cincinnati, Ohio)

"Thanks for sending the track! Wow, that's the most pointillistic and agitated piece I've heard from you I think. I like it!" (Philip Amalong, (piano faculty, College of Mt. St. Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio)

"WOW!!!!!! That piece is awesome! Funky Ethereal - a new groove! Great sounds, great movement / segues, great groove, great subtleties (can subtle be great??). My fragment consciousness must recollect itelf before i can coherently comment on concatenation..... whoa....very fine...." (David Drumm, musician and software designer, Baltimore, Maryland)

"astor piazzola has nothing on you. very nice." (John Snyder, pottery artist, Washington, D.C.)

"Gadzooks indeed. I like it. I could dance to it.Ã,Ã, In fact I did dance to it, in a silver foil suit at the galactic techno-stoner disco.Ã,Ã, Well done, my good man.Ã,Ã, Zog says send more--or he will attack your puny, miserable planet." (nutter Keith again)

"Academics don't do electronica!" Mike Schulz (University of Denver, Lamont School of Music)

"Wow... This is really good - you mature while keeping your sense of humor and surprise. I love how it NEVER goes where i think it will". (David Drumm)