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Chris Moss Acid

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Chris Moss Acid is a southcoast (Bournemouth) electronic musician working in the genre of (aka a&d, AD, Analord, etc) - http://www.facebook.com/chrismossacid

Chris Moss Acid started out DJing at his friend’s local electronica night in Bournemouth in December 2004, the nights were called Egon Spengler which were put on by The Egon Spengler crew aka Bournemouth Hardcore Massive which consisted of Sam Ross and Ryan Keegan. The nights were popular, as they brought some of the leading IDM acts to Bournemouth including Ceephax, Ladyscraper, Mully, Shitmat, Cylob, Chris Clark and local experimental bands such as The Mylar Blackout & Glockenspeil. The nights ran from December 2004 until July 2006.
Since 2005 Chris Moss Acid has released an influx of free download mp3 albums through his website and net labels (reportedly making 50 albums a week) covering various styles of acid house, techno and hardcore techo music.
Some of his albums and EPs have been released on the now defunct net label Net-Lab (The Sub & Commando Acid EP). A track Classical Rinse was written especially for Net-Lab’s compilation Acid Blue. It was a piece of classical music but written with the use of Roland TB-303. In 2006 Chris Moss Acid contributed a DJ Mix under the pseudonym Brad Striker to another Net-Lab’s compilation called Road Rash II.
In March 2006 Chris Moss Acid self-released a C90 cassette tape titled Butyric Acidosis which was requested via e-mail. The edition was limited to 26 copies personally made with the help of Chris Moss Acid’s associate Kaen.

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