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Current electronic/synthpop band influenced in part by 80s New Wave (OMD, Pet Shop Boys, Depeche Mode, Eurythmics, Heaven 17, Human League, New Order to name a few) as well as electronic and techno music from the 90s to the present. Featuring Dylan Willoughby on synthesizers. Will feature guest artists on vocals and more synthesizers.

Dylan Willoughby studied classical piano and organ, and began playing with synthesizers in 1983, inspired by music he heard in London that summer, including Depeche Mode, Heaven 17 and the Eurythmics. He recorded his first songs on a Yamaha DX-7, a Roland D-50, a Fostex Four-Track Recorder and Roland Octapads.

Composed, recorded and produced on a MacBookPro running Apple Logic Pro with numerous soft synths, including Rob Papens Albino 3, Vanguard FX and Logic Instruments, and to feature Native Instruments Massive, Akai SynthStation 25 and SynthStation on iPhone, iDrum, Jasuto Pro, Vocoder SV-5, Reactable, Xenon, Argon, iDrum (Wu Tang), ReBirth, bleep!BOX, NanoStudio, and the mR-606.

More information at http://www.lostinstars.net.


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