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An Eyeland

An Eyeland

An Eyeland


Created in 2001 as a result of a dizzy experimentation, the project soon arrived to unknown sonic frontiers. It went through changing names (Dark Jade Baraban appeared to be the very last of An Eyeland's predecessors) and shapes, but the roots of An Eyeland's music were always to be found in sophisticated imagination games and somewhat risky mood variations. Everyone defines An Eyeland's style in their way. The author himself used to describe his works as a jmell-dance (whatever that means). Read more on Last.fm
Created in 2001 as a result of a dizzy experimentation, the project soon arrived to unknown sonic frontiers. It went through changing names (Dark Jade Baraban appeared to be the very last of An Eyeland's predecessors) and shapes, but the roots of An Eyeland's music were always to be found in sophisticated imagination games and somewhat risky mood variations. Everyone defines An Eyeland's style in their way. The author himself used to describe his works as a jmell-dance (whatever that means). I guess, one might call it art-rock, had this genre first appeared as a laptop-made. Three albums were released since 2004.

There's always a permanent process of creation new sounds, constructing new mood sequences. "Barcoded Signos" is to be An Eyeland's fourth release to appear... sometime in the 1st half of the XXI century. UPD 2016: Good news. An Eyeland seems to have awaken from hibernation and is already emitting strange noises.

Those may be released soon-ish, provided the world doesn't end abruptly. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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