Black Picnic

by Disturbed Earth

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RICHARD ALMASI
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RICHARD ALMASI Like the other albums in the series 'Black Picnic' offers the listener a highly unique set of compositions and soundworlds. It offers something completely new, both in terms of sound and in terms of composition. Favorite track: Palisade.
RadHaus US
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RadHaus US I have always enjoyed the music of Disturbed Earth, for as long as I've known about it. It's a different sort of ambient music than that to which we are accustomed. Instead of using lots of keyboards and digital effects, he goes old-school and uses things like tape delay, or live guitar and effects boxes. The end result is something the feels organic and drifty, and a little gritty. I love it. This release represents a shift to live performance-based music, and is just great!
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Black Picnic is the first in a 7 album series using my new technique of all "one take" live playing through 2 Vox Pathfinder 10 Watt amps, lots of pedals and recorded with Core-Sound binaural mics.

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released September 27, 2014

Disturbed Earth: guitar and effects pedals

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cover layout and design by pixyblink

Recorded Ashburton, Australia March 2014

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Disturbed Earth Melbourne, Australia

Dean Richards is Disturbed Earth.
I have been producing music using many and varied instruments, sound sources and techniques since early 1975...it's what I do.
I gave this music/sound the name "Disturbed Earth" in 2000 in Zephyrhills, Florida USA.
Disturbed Earth lives exclusively on Magix
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