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Watching

by Letters From Mouse

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Nigel P Meredith
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Nigel P Meredith Awesome stuff! My favourite tracks, in order of appearance, are: Northern Lights, Blood and Bone, Stars Went Missing and Communication. Favorite track: Blood And Bone.
Hydro Fyter
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Hydro Fyter This album contains a dynamic blend of songs with unique timbres. It's well thought out with very interesting harmonic structures. I love the flow from beginning to end. It's challenging for me to pick a favorite track because I like them all so much!! Favorite track: Communication.
Giants of Discovery
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Giants of Discovery Really good album this. Crunchy beats, spacey vibes and just the right amount of wooziness to not fall into the cliche trap. LFM is going from strength to strength with each new release. Definitely one of my favourite releases of 2020. Favorite track: Blood And Bone.
Alexandros A
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Alexandros A WOW!!!
An absolute must have for devotees of Christ. BoC, Ochre & Plaid.....
So infectious.... So mysterious
So unique............... Favorite track: Solar Winds.
Bendu
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Bendu Love the vibes and great melodies. Favorite track: Over There.
Cpektir
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Cpektir LFM knocked this one out of the park. My favorite release of his so far. Favorite track: Solar Winds.
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Shine 03:20
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Helix Nebula 06:36
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Solar Winds 04:28
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BB 03:42
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Over There 03:02
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about

LFM returns with his follow up to Proto Human with 13 tracks under the name “Watching”. LFM didn't start the project with any theme in mind, perhaps as Proto Human was written around a theme of what would be the downfall of the human race, would it be technology, war or a biological virus. Well, we all know what happened next. Throughout the production of the album LFM watched a fair few Sci-Fi movies and also kept up with the news on what has been happening out in space. LFM isn't saying that he believes in aliens but wouldn't it be a shame if we are the only beings in the universe. A lot of the tracks seemed to sound like peering into space so that's what the name is about and you'll pick up some space related song titles.

This album also sees a move away from using software exclusively with the introduction of a selection of hardware. With some of the last tracks written modular synthesis starts to feature also. At the core though the album retains the LFM sound that brings a retro sound with simple beats and strong analogue melodies.

Igloo Magazine Review - igloomag.com/reviews/letters-from-mouse-watching-music-is-the-devil

FurtherDot Review - furtherdot.com/2020/10/27/letters-from-mouse-watching/

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released October 30, 2020

2020 Music Is The Devil
Written and Performed by S.Anderson
Recorded and Mastered at Postal Labs
Additional artwork by Kate Bosworth

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Bubbling analogue synthesis from Scotland.

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