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Lee Mason

UK
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Graphic designer and illustrator.
I like music with balls and teeth. Mostly.
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  1. Savage Sinusoid
    by Igorrr
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    ieuD ieuD
  2. Mercury Fountain
    by The Physics House Band
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    Calypso Calypso
  3. Votive Offering
    by ARTEFACT
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    Siren Siren
  4. Away From Mountains
    by Kerry Devine
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    Charlston Town Charlston Town
  5. Undestroyed
    by Free Salamander Exhibit
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    Undestroyed Undestroyed
  6. CRASH & BURN Vol. 1
    by John Bergin
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    Desert Road Desert Road
  7. UR: Telstar / The New Daylight (Welcome to the Theatron Animatronique)
    by Secret Chiefs 3
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    The New Daylight (Welcome to the Theatron Animatronique) The New Daylight (Welcome to the Theatron Animatronique)
  8. Wingbeats
    by Hidden Orchestra
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    Wingbeats Source II - Cello Wingbeats Source II - Cello
  9. The Hermit / Leather Heart 7"
    by Marshes
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    The Hermit The Hermit
  10. The Great Confuso EP
    by Blanck Mass
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    No Lite (Genesis Breyer P-Orridge Dreamachine Remix) No Lite (Genesis Breyer P-Orridge Dreamachine Remix)
  11. Black Light
    by Sonar
    I have been craving a new musical fix for a long time. These days we're too spoiled when it comes to the consumption of music and we all get in that place where we have thousands of great albums literally at our fingertips, but we're bored of it all. Black Light is the first exciting thing I've heard in a long time and I wonder why I hadn't heard Sonar a long time ago. I am very excited by this album and the possibility of seeing them live in the UK. My double LP is in the post. I can't wait to give it the tangible treatment it deserves.

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