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Music from atom(bang) has been called absorbing, filmic, kickin’, haunting and different – yet catchy.

No matter how you describe it –prepare yourself for a beat-driven, existential journey into the world of compositional electronic music. Welcome to atom(bang), an independent electronica artist hailing from San Francisco, California, USA.

If emotion could be translated into music, this would be the result. Listening to atom(bang) is a sensory experience that fills the mind with dreamlike landscapes and warm aural terrain. Melodic synth lines and sweeping pads weave throughout infectious, addictive rhythms that keep your body and mind in motion.
Each atom(bang) song you hear brings you closer to the realization that a larger story is unfolding behind the scenes…

Newest release: The Big Bang

Like a soundtrack to the movie you saw somewhere in your dreams, The Big Bang is a roller-coaster ride through the subconscious of a storyteller.

While tipping the hat to a wide array of musical styles, atom(bang) explores a new kind of composed, evolved electronica - then redefines and explores new boundaries for the genre. With infectious grooves and epic, haunting melodies, The Big Bang is an aural experience that’s dark, thought-provoking, absorbing and catchy. It’s an album that’s as alien as it is familiar. It’s unexplored musical terrain that seems like meeting a long-lost friend each time you listen.

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  • Gankenstein

    Wow, this is some neat music. Especially 'Delayed Reaction' caught me.

    27 Jan 2008 Reply