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The Chez Musinum Cabinet


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(2007 – present)

Tim Doyle founded the Chez Musinum group in order to know better people in his friends list. Later, people in his friends list, inspired by Tim Doyle’s music, founded The Chez Musinum Cabinet.

Born in the end of 2007, this online collaborative project was initially meant to create something based upon some Tim Doyle’s material. But because of its experimental nature, it’s hard to say what the future holds.

Members of The Chez Musinum Cabinet are all ministries filling various positions, as you can see below:

lectronice - Streams of Europe (Minister of Drones)
redhalo - Ray’s Void(Minister of Aggregate Notions)
wavex - Max Waves (Minister of Random Numbers)
Pixieguts - Pixieguts (Minister of Electromania)
inn3rflow - inn3rflow (Minister of Spiritual Unity)
jthomas65 - Joachim Thomas (Minister of Improvisation)

These kind people also have to be credited:
bbarden - Ben Barden (Minister of Pie, and spoken words on Lectronice’s blue mushroom-flavored elephant stew)
MariAnge (n°1 supporter)

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  • alfapp

    Great great stuff - Tim for president !

    17 May 2013 Reply
  • noisesurfer

    Musinum Cabinet Ghost Elephants extracts on Please enjoy and share!!!

    7 Dec 2012 Reply
  • LordHali

    Hidden Artists

    6 Apr 2009 Reply
  • MariAnge

    What a splendid idea, Tim! Like very much that fourth track.

    4 Mar 2008 Reply
  • musinum

    I've uploaded a fourth track, just a side project really, remixing slices of lectronice's and redhalo's tracks with my own percussion track (adapted from Shantytown Wake Up - Part One) to create the impression of a psychic hunt of the elusive ghost elephant, an attempt to find this otherworldly creature by entering a trance state perhaps...

    4 Mar 2008 Reply
  • redhalo

    The compression used by is much more brutal than YouTube's. I just uploaded the video to YouTube and compared my viewing experience for both.... night and day I tell ya! Link to YouTube version

    1 Feb 2008 Reply
  • redhalo

    Video is on it's way up!

    30 Jan 2008 Reply
  • MariAnge

    Yes, please, it would be so nice to compare and see how the music evolves from artist to artist contributions!

    23 Jan 2008 Reply
  • lectronice

    I guess we could include something like Tim Doyle's Ghost Elephants as the first track.

    23 Jan 2008 Reply
  • MariAnge

    A thing I like to do in this page is click the Play icon and start listening to lectronice's stew, then, after a while (10 minutes...), click the switch icon and start listening to redhalo dreams. BUT, I miss musinum's contribution to the sounds of the cabinet, the Ghost Elephants themselves, not only the stew and dreams... Is it not possible to include here the first track?

    23 Jan 2008 Reply
  • musinum

    This is just a thought for the cover, since we're stacking elephants here... I've uploaded three alternate covers in Cover Art

    13 Jan 2008 Reply
  • musinum

    Don't Bogart that joint, my friend!

    13 Jan 2008 Reply
  • redhalo

    Have you ever noticed when you shout in the cabinet it sounds as if you're waiting for the next bus?

    9 Jan 2008 Reply

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