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GeoSuPhat

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GeoSuPhat is the artist name of George Peterson. He plays guitar, keyboards, harmonica, percussions and is an avid sound designer and graphic artist. His musical style is predominantly electronic mixed with some rock. GeoSuPhat is constantly sliding in and out of techno, ambient, electro, industrial and glitchy IDM and is hard to define as any one genre of music.

Born and raised near the shores of Lake Michigan and its cold windy winters, George was influenced by bands like Pink Floyd, Kraftwerk, Todd Rundgren, ELP, Hawkwind, Hendrix, Robin Trower, Montrose and Manfred Mann. He has always been drawn towards electronic sounds, computer music and sound synthesis and design.

His father worked for the telephone company and as a kid George was always digging through old circiuts, tv, radios, speakers housing. He would irritate his parents by dragging stuff home from the junkyard tear apart to try to put pieces of them together to get some new sound out of his gutiar and amp. His goal was always to find ways to manipulate the original sound into something new and different.

Later, George served in the military overseas, after which he spent a few years going to college in Colorado, where he studied electronics and computer programming. He put down his guitar and started concentrating on electronic sound and the rapidly evolving digital revolution.

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  • carpenocta

    Happy new Year 08 .keep on the drive in good music...lets groove the hole Year ;-) paan

    1 Jan 2008 Reply

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