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Electronic music has been an interest of mine since the early Eighties, when I discovered Jean Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream and, in the late Eighties, Steve Roach, Richard Burmer and so many others. With the advent of massive leaps in technology and the ability to create very high quality music in an affordable home studio, I had no excuses not to explore. It is here, then, that I share with you my journey.


Enjoy,

hhh

INCANDESCENT


CDcover for "Phase Shift" - by Hollan Holmes

now available

Nov 13 2016

My sixth CD, as yet unnamed, is nearing completion. An epic two hours of music will be split into to CDs, the first of which will present all sequencer-based, rhythmic pieces and the second, which will contain all drone-based, longer form compositions. Soon, I will begin to work no the art for the packaging. Chad Kettering will be handling the mastering and has already completed twenty minutes of the music. The 2-CD release should be available in January 2017. A lot happened in my life in 2015-16 and much of the music was inspired by the emotional journey of the past two years. Completing a monumental undertaking such as this is always bittersweet, but I hope that you enjoy and connect with my endeavors. I look forward to sharing my work.




MARCH 27 2015

My fifth CD, Incandescent, is now available for purchase from the music page. Bandcamp only, right now, but everywhere else in a few days.




MARCH 25 2015

My fifth CD, Incandescent, releases this Friday, March 27, 2015. Sound bytes are now up, on the music page.





 

MARCH 21 2015

The mastering for "Incandescent" (the name of my next release, which of course cannot be named Afterlight, since Steve Roach has a release of the same name and I totally forgot!) is now complete. All of the design and layout is complete and all of the files are being uploaded to the plant for pressing and packaging. "Incandescent" should be available for purchase by the end of the month.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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