2009-04-17 19:59:21 UTC
worriedaboutsatan is an electronic music duo, formed 2006 in Leeds, UK by Gavin Miller & Tom Ragsdale. Their sound was initially a mixture of post rock and IDM, although their newer material is heavily influenced by minimal techno. A new album, entitled ‘Arrivals’ is set for release in early 2009. worriedaboutsatan began as the side project for Gavin, whilst he was in Johnny Poindexter. Tom joined to make the band a duo after listening to some demos that Gavin had been putting together at his house, in late 2005. Those demos went on to form worriedaboutsatan, aka ‘EP1’, which was a collection of Gavin’s demos and sketches. The first official worriedaboutsatan release as a duo was ‘An Infinity Of Oncoming Lights’, a single that was released in late 2006. The title comes from a line in the Philip K. Dick novel ‘A Scanner Darkly’. ‘EP02’ followed in 2007, and featured various re-workings of original tracks from the first EP and also some brand new material, including a collaboration with Leeds based singer/ songwriter Paul Marshall. worriedaboutsatan @ MySpace worriedaboutsatan-worriedaboutsatan Artist - worriedaboutsatan Album - Worriedaboutsatan Release Date - 2006 Genre - Instrumental, Electro, Ambient, Post-rock, Soudscape Tracklist 01 Labcoats 1:06 02 Morwenna 2:42 03 Patty Hearst 3:45 04 Noise 1 3:02 05 A Retraction 1:20 06 Falcons 3:29 07 Noise 2 1:38 08 Shake Your Hip 2:12 09 Untitled #4 1:29 10 Outside Your Window 1:59 11 The Last Song 3:59 worriedaboutsatan - worriedaboutsatan Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - worriedaboutsatan Album - Ep 2 Release Date - 2007 Genre - Instrumental, Electro, Ambient, Post-rock, Soudscape Tracklist 01 Prelude In D For Heartbeat & Nois 02 The Butterfly Effect 03 Noise 01 (Reprise) 04 Relative Minors 05 Morwenna (Part 02) 06 The Last Song (First Song Remix) worriedaboutsatan - Ep 2 Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- worrieaboutsatan-arrivals-2009 Artist - worriedaboutsatan Album - Arrivals Release Date - 2009 Genre - Instrumental, Electro, Ambient, Post-rock, Soudscape Tracklist 01 One Down 02 Evil Dogs 03 . 04 I Am a Crooked Man 05 Pissing About 06 .. 07 History Is Made at Night 08 You're in My Thoughts 09 ... 10 All Things But You Are Silent 11 Arrivals worriedaboutsatan - Arrivals Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Air in Kyoto - Fraction Gettysburgh Antena - Signos En El Viento Anoice murr*murr - Daydream Wonderland Falling Yesterday - Enchanted Landscape Escape ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THANKS FOR THE EP2 TOURISTAS... -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   

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