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Mancunian obe:lus (Sean Albiez) has been involved in electronic music making since the mid-1980s - most notably with industrial-electro-EBM band WMTID, with album and single releases on Rouska Records, Concrete Productions, D.O.R. and Released Emotions.

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  • St8ofbass

    really enjoying the album and ep... meme is my favourite

    7 Apr 2009 Reply
  • maekcleo

    Hi Sean! I've been listening to your new tracks. "The Sooner You Begin" and "Easy Era" are more atmospheric than the tracks on Flitch, particularly "Easy Era" which I find very introspective. Very nice. As for "The Better", now I LOVE that song. As in all your songs, there seems to be a very serious research process for the choice of sounds. While the drum part tends to make us get up and move, the low-frequency pulses and wailing guitar-like sounds encourage us to sit down, close our eyes and listen. I still have goosebumps running up and down my arms. Superb piece of creative work. Bye for now. Michel.

    27 Mar 2009 Reply
  • maekcleo

    Greetings from Canada! I just listened to your tracks. Clever sound design. Interesting atmospheric exploration. Work in progress you say? Sounds like completed songs to me. Definitely deserves being part of one's library. I cordially invite you to listen to my music at http://www.last.fm/music/michel+nolet . Maybe you will find something that you like. Best regards.

    14 Mar 2009 Reply