Daedelus' Victorian Electronica

Feature

Friday, May 21, 2010

Musician and producer Daedelus creates music from orchestral samples, funky breakbeats, and anything else that strikes his fancy - including an inkjet printer. It sounds au courant, but his primary inspiration is England's Victorian era. Produced by Studio 360's Derek John.

    Music Playlist
  1. A Complicated Geometry
    Artist: Daedelus
    Album: Throw A Fit
    Label: Alpha Pup Records
    Purchase: Amazon
  2. Astroboy
    Artist: Daedelus
    Album: Invention
    Label: Plug Research
    Purchase: Amazon
  3. Pursed Lips Reply
    Artist: Daedelus
    Album: Invention
    Label: Plug Research
    Purchase: Amazon
  4. Thus the Whirligig
    Artist: Daedelus
    Album: Invention
    Label: Plug Research
    Purchase: Amazon
  5. Something Bells
    Artist: Daedelus
    Album: Of Snowdonia
    Label: Plug Research
    Purchase: Amazon

Contributors:

Derek John

Comments [1]

Templeton from Norfolk, VA

Man or Astro-Man? did a song entirely with a dot matrix printer called A Simple Text File.

May. 24 2010 11:27 AM

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