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Gareth

Ulverston, UK
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Software engineer on the look out for good programming tunes.
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  1. Second Nature
    by Steve Roach & Robert Logan
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    Moment’s Notice Moment’s Notice
  2. Biosonic
    by Steve Roach & Robert Logan
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    Desires : Birth Desires : Birth
  3. THE PASSING
    by Steve Roach
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    The Passing The Passing
  4. New Life Dreaming
    by Steve Roach
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    The Ancients' Way The Ancients' Way
  5. Fade To Gray
    by Steve Roach
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    Fade To Gray Fade To Gray
  6. Shadow Of Time
    by Steve Roach
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    Shadow Of Time Shadow Of Time
  7. Echotides (ep)
    by Erik Wollo
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    Echotides No. 4 Echotides No. 4
    Pleasant enough, decent sounds, and seamless transitions between songs.
  8. This Place To Be
    by Steve Roach
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    This Place To Be This Place To Be
    A strange album, almost drone music. Very little hooks or things to cling onto, but I guess that's point.
  9. Into Forever
    by Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra
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    Into Forever (ft Josephine Oniyama) Into Forever (ft Josephine Oniyama)
    Feels like a coming of age. Brilliant lyrics, singing, and the band is just fantastic. Best release so far!
  10. Future Flows
    by Steve Roach
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    The Future Flows From Here The Future Flows From Here
    Surprisingly enjoyable. Very atmospheric.
  11. You go your way, I'll go mine
    by Ainslie Wills
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    Lemon Japan Lemon Japan
    Can't decide whether this or Oh The Gold EP is better. MMmmnnn....

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