Sitari - Flux Nexus

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Sitari - Flux Nexus
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After over 10 years of producing electronic music for personal consumption, the name of George Bowles' primary electronic project has been settled upon as Sitari (although it has been called Tribudda, ADD, and many other names in the past) and the gates are open. Basically, Flux Nexus is set up like a record, with two sides. 'Flux' sounds like a sound studio creating music for it to listen to while playing video games. Nexus is a series of quick compositions all named after the day they were created on. All this has a lot of underpinnings of prog rock and experimental electronic music; there are a lot of IDM elements here as well... it's just very unique sounding electronica.

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Branches

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Sunday

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Mashdup

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Monday

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Evicted

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Tuesday

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38

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Wednesday

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5AM

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Thursday

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Zentat

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Friday

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Nextweek

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Saturday

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