Born on the 31st anniversary of the first acid trip, colonial synth-rocker Justin H Brierley creates organic electronic music by combining the ancient art of improvisation with shiny new technology. Utilizing synthesizers, MIDI, and overdubs, Mr. Brierley records every part in real time using Pro Tools and then improvises the lead track in performance. The result, which he has dubbed Improvised Dance Music for Intellectual Wall Flowers, is a free flowing electronic music with the sometimes slippery rhythms of Jazz, harmonic structures reminiscent of Bach, and textures influenced by synth pioneer Brian Eno as well as modern underground Hip-Hop.

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