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    Posted: December 06 2012 at 00:01
http://computerchemist.bandcamp.com/album/landform
 
 
Computerchemist is a project by Dave Pearson, British composer and musician who moved to Budapest in 2008
 
 
 
"Hawkwind meets Klaus Schultze..."
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Thanks for the suggestion! That youtube clip is actually from my album released in 2008. My latest double album project, "Signatures I" and "Signatures II" I think you will agree fall definitely more into progressive than space - is it just electronic though? Please listen to the 5 minute sampler on my soundcloud site and please decide for yourselves, many thanks! (You can also hear samples from my past 5 albums on the soundcloud site too)

https://soundcloud.com/computerchemist/signatures-ii-sampler

https://soundcloud.com/computerchemist/signatures-i-sampler

And the general website page with reviews: http://www.computerchemist.com






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Dave, just to let you know the Progressive Electronic team are already doing an evaluation.
 
 
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Yep, I have been listening to the music over the last hour and feel comfortable enough voting yesThumbs Up
Beautiful serene bubbly and then something quite different - it still holds enough of what we listen for at PE to get in imo. I get some Schulze connotations as well as the odd nod to the boys from Cluster. 
Very nice indeed.
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