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Emmettronica 1998​-​2012

by Emmett Elvin

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    Emmettronica on double compact disc in a gatefold cardboard wallet designed by Emmett Elvin.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Emmettronica 1998-2012 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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about

Emmettronica, the second album on Bad Elephant Music from multi-instrumentalist Emmett Elvin, is released on 27th July.

Emmett released a collection of pieces - written and assembled in his home studio between 1998 and 2005 - with this title in 2013 in digital-only format. This new double CD - as a single CD price - contains all of those tunes together with fourteen new instrumentals recorded by Emmett in the same manner from 2006 onwards.

To quote the man himself:

"I don't create music with a specific band in mind. The material lands in my head and I simply do my best to bring it out of the ether and into the so-called real word. Most of the material gathered here didn't fit in to the criteria of any of the bands I play with and write for. What binds it together is that all of these tunes were started and finished in one session, assembled and sequenced on my Mac, hence the title 'Emmettronica'"

This album is also available on double CD from our partners The Merch Desk at themerchdesk.com/shop/index.php?route=product/category&path=87_238

credits

released July 27, 2015

All instruments by EE except where noted below.
All artwork by EE.

Thanks to Dr Matthew Day for his contribution to Mattmath.
Thanks to the boys in Snidey, with who I'd occasionally pound out a live version of Monkey Fist back in them days. Good times.

Mr Henry Platt contributes Jen Synthesiser to Lunopolis.
David Wright's tenor sax and Duncan Western's drums were sliced, diced and reconstituted for My Headless Tortoise.
Samples of Ms Miranda Barber's exquisite tonsils can be heard on more than one track, principally on Fergetit.

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