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March Of The Hurtbags

This slow trip-hop piece is Track 6 from Omega. Background During all the time I spent being depressed and not able to visit with my daughter, I fell down a spiral of apathy, caring only really to indulge in music. It was around this time that I met my now best friend and we were […]

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Mag 6.7

On Omega, this is track five, a hard trance trip into paranoia. Background When it was decided that my young daughter and her mother were moving out to the west coast, I was launched into all sorts of fears. My main aversion to that area is earthquakes. Sometime before they had made the decision, there […]

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Where Are You

This song is track three on Omega, and was a pseudo-collaboration with my sister. Background The track began as an experiment to try and create a track that sounded like Underworld circa 1994. I wanted something long and ambient but dance-able also. When the sequencing was finished, I thought that it needed something and tried […]

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Lullabye

Lullabye is the second track on the Omega album. It was originally composed in 1986 when I was 14 on a crappy Casio keyboard which was the only musical outlet I had at the time. For posterity, I scored the melody and chords on staff paper, along with some other head candy and probably I […]

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Omega

LISTEN TO THE WHOLE ALBUM AT LEFT, OR SEE BELOW FOR INFORMATION ON THE TRACKS Omega was the first new material I had written since 2001’s CTRL. It was also the first material I composed under the Perpetual Emotion Machine name. The catalyst for writing new songs after four years was twofold. Up to this […]

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