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New SourceCodeX CD released

The new SourceCodeX 2014 release will be called Breaking Open of the Seventh Seal.

You will hear E-Bow guitar work similar to that of Robert Fripp. Experience Berlin School sequenced electronic music. Joy to feeling the essence of Ozric Tentacles and Steve Hillage with guitars jamming over wild synthesizer-scapes. If you dig synth rock, progressive rock, space rock or space music that is trippy -- then you will find something to please you within this release. I tried to just have fun creating this music. There is even a splash of Vietnamese-based, folk rock dedicated to a recently passed friend named Dao. Of course, you will hear the swell and wash of synthscapes like unto ambient electronic artists Steve Roach, Robert Rich and Max Corbacho.


The CDBaby home will be here as of 10/10/14:
Breaking Open of the Seventh Seal

For a pre-release listen to a few tracks go here:
just go to soundcloud.com and search SourceCodeX

CD will be available soon as well at iTunes, Amazon and other digital music download sites

Thanks for the support!
Opinions always welcome
John W. Patterson

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