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The DiN label, established in 1999, reaches something of a milestone with "Nevermore" as it represents the 100th release on the esteemed British electronic music label. It seems only fitting then that this release comes from DiN label boss Ian Boddy performed live as part of the three day Soundquest Festival. Eschewing the presence of a laptop this allowed him to sculpt and evolve a series of engaging electronic soundscapes. Ranging from the spacey and eerie to beautifully pastoral. One can literally hear Boddy build the complex, intertwining patterns brick by brick before launching out with some inspired solo playing that can only really happen in a live performance.
The DiN label, established in 1999, reaches something of a milestone with "Nevermore" as it represents the 100th release on the esteemed British electronic music label. It seems only fitting then that this release comes from DiN label boss Ian Boddy performed live as part of the three day Soundquest Festival. Eschewing the presence of a laptop this allowed him to sculpt and evolve a series of engaging electronic soundscapes. Ranging from the spacey and eerie to beautifully pastoral. One can literally hear Boddy build the complex, intertwining patterns brick by brick before launching out with some inspired solo playing that can only really happen in a live performance.
5028423210696

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Format: CD
Label: DIN RECORDS
Rel. Date: 12/06/2021
UPC: 5028423210696

Nevermore
Artist: Ian Boddy
Format: CD
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The DiN label, established in 1999, reaches something of a milestone with "Nevermore" as it represents the 100th release on the esteemed British electronic music label. It seems only fitting then that this release comes from DiN label boss Ian Boddy performed live as part of the three day Soundquest Festival. Eschewing the presence of a laptop this allowed him to sculpt and evolve a series of engaging electronic soundscapes. Ranging from the spacey and eerie to beautifully pastoral. One can literally hear Boddy build the complex, intertwining patterns brick by brick before launching out with some inspired solo playing that can only really happen in a live performance.
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