aBliss

by The Flashbulb

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Ivan Winke
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Ivan Winke Ever-productive, always thoughtful & not tied down to any one style... Innovative composition & sound design!!! Favorite track: Splint.
Fredrik Angström
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Fredrik Angström More from The Flashbulb is always appreciated. This release is a trip through different styles and sounds.
Andrew Meek
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Andrew Meek What I love about The Flashbulb is that every release brings something new to the table. Whether it be jazz, breakcore, or ambient it's always exciting jumping into a new release. 9/10 Favorite track: Monolite.
LazerShoes
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LazerShoes Great album, but I think this would have been amazing if the songs were longer. Still, quite a nice addition to any electronic playlist. Favorite track: aBliss.
Aled Parry
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Aled Parry A beautiful snippet into the world of The Flashbulb. I feel like it covers all of the various 'eras' of his music. Definitely some of the crisp leaves at the tip of the tree. If you enjoy this, I dare you to find out how deep the roots go. Favorite track: Flacks.
MusicMan02
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MusicMan02 I'm not really sure where this EP came from, artistically nor temporally. Most of Benn's releases are methodically planned, and usually released on some kind of physical medium. This digital EP just sort of fell in our laps out of nowhere.

The EP is a strange mixture of ideas and emotions from "Nothing Is Real" (textural, ephemeral guitar, and electronic beats); "Hardscrabble" (face-melting, intricately programmed dubstep); and "Solar One" (Benn's most recent foray into the ambient). I love it! Favorite track: Monolite.
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released May 27, 2015

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