Exidy Tours

by Ceephax

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Superstix
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Superstix Wore out my Exidy Tours CD so I'm back for more. The overall warmth and authenticity of this album are just the icing on an already deliciously complex and colorful musical cake. Contained within is a wide variety of eccentric acid, drum machine drill n bass, chiptuney moments, and emotional ambient interludes baked with rainy-day bedroom tape recording vibes. All that mixed with a smattering of Andy's baroque-esque "Camelot" flavor keep this long player totally engaging from start to finish. One of my all-time favorite electronic music releases, hands down. Favorite track: Essex Remblance.
Nason Benjamins (BassHeretic)
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Nason Benjamins (BassHeretic) Great Collection of stuff not commonly seen or heard by Ceephax. Good tunez Favorite track: Nordic House.
Chris Malec
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Chris Malec This album fucking owns. I can't just listen to one song on this, I always end up playing the whole thing. Favorite track: Moor.
Octo Seven
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Octo Seven This album really enhances the ambiance of my make-shift lair in the depths of an abandoned tin-mine in Cornwall. Favorite track: Plusion.
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Originally released on Firstcask Records in 2003. A selection of my styles and ideas at the time, ranging from drum n bass, ambient, acid etc etc

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released March 3, 2003

By Andy Jenkinson

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