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“A Few Years Later [Balún End of Summer Reinterpretation]” (by minusbaby)

Album Description

Released:April 27th, 2010
Recorded:2010
Length:00:24:06
Producer: Richard Alexander Caraballo
Engineer: Richard Alexander Caraballo

Music Video by Stieg Retlin

http://vimeo.com/8738481

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Balún • New York, NY, USA

http://www.balunonline.com

Brought together by their love of simple melodies, 16mm films, cartoon doodles, classical and folk instruments, and experimental pop music, Balún was formed in 2002 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.In 2006 the band released their first album ?Something Comes Our Way? (Brilliante Records) after years of self-releasing CD-Rs and MP3-EPs on different labels. This debut album received critical acclaim from various media outlets such as Allmusic.com, Textura, The Big Take Over, The Tripwire, and Flavorpill. Since then, the group has released new songs and remixes on different compilations appearing with artists from all over the world such as B. Fleischmann, Lullatone, Fax, Montag, I Am Robot and Proud, among others. The band moved to the United States in 2006 and has performed on venues around the country and festivals/parties such as Decibel Fest, Pop Montreal, 8STATIC and FMEL 2009. They have also collaborated with illustrator Tatiana Arocha on a short film for the DVD series PSST! and with Puerto Rican experimental theater company Y No Había Luz.Their new mini-album, "Memoria Textil", was released in February 2010 as a limited edition CD-R and pay-what-you-wish digital download and the group is currently working on their 2nd full length which will be released by the Brazilian collective Si No Puedo Bailar.

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Tim Koch • Adelaide, Australia

http://www.jojati.com/tkoch

33 year old Tim Koch lives in Adelaide, Australia. He studied for four years at the University of Adelaide's EMU (formerly PATU) music technology unit, and has since composed music for theatre, film, television ads, and computer games. A multi instrumentalist, he started his music career playing saxophone and is a dab hand on the drums and bass guitar and has on various occasions provided rhythm back up for Australian band, Brunatex.Over the space of five full-length albums, Tim Koch has covered a lot of ground sonically, choosing to experiment with mood and texture, but perhaps never committing wholly to one focused style. Initially coming to the attention of the electronic scene under the moniker Thug, utilising detroit styled percussion immersed within a mesh of rich synth pads, he reverted back to his birth name for his subsequent output, toying with more playful sounds, and eventually settling into more contemplative and considered sounds with the Islandtones release on Belgium's U-Cover imprint.His latest album, "Faena", distils and refines the elements that have featured in all of his previous releases, drawing on a broader range of sounds including acoustic guitars, female vocal elements, and raw found-sounds. The bulk of the album was written whilst on tour in Europe, with a cramped Antwerp loft acting as a makeshift studio.

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Turing's Apple • Nuriootpa, Australia

http://turings-apple.com

A house music project by Luke Matthew Sutton — aka Mr eel, The Rule of Three et al. It’s about being in love with bleeps, reverb and dub-mechanics.

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Track Info

Date Recorded
Jan 31, 2010
Instrumental
Yes
Explicit
Radio-Safe
Bit Rate
192000
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UPLOADED:04/26/2010
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A Few Years Later [Balún End of Summer Reinterpretation] by minusbaby is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
© 2010 Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported
(p) 2010 Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported
COMPOSER: Richard Alexander Caraballo/Angélica Negrón/José A. Olivares/Noraliz Ruiz/Leonardo Velázquez

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