Nascent Zones

by tadoma

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Benjamin Warfield Delve deep into the musical vibe experiments of Data Garden's founder. This collection evokes the best moments of 90s/early 00s electronic journeys - a sort of walkabout that engages left and right brain equally. Favorite track: Rover.
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about

This is a selection of unreleased works recorded between 2007 and 2012. Almost all of these were recordings in progress and my obsession with going back and re-tooling/editing was keeping me from moving forward with new work.

In an effort to reset my focus and start anew, I deleted all master files from these sessions in the summer of 2013. In doing this, I accidentally deleted dozens of "final" mixes, which are gone forever, never to be recovered. While I regret this loss and not being able to perfect the mixes we're all left with, I'm happy to have these out in the world for all to enjoy, myself included.

Future work will be released at datagarden.org

credits

released December 1, 2013

The name Nascent Zones comes from my roommate, Jon's theory that vibes can be described as nascent zones. Since normally, I think of my music as a place or zone you enter and these zones I am making available are somewhat unfinished, it only seemed appropriate that I use this name. Dive into these vibes and if you find a zone, let me know. Peace

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tadoma Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Tadoma weaves melodies through soundscapes the way memory entwines itself in the everyday experience of our senses.

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