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Seven Octaves

Seven Octaves

Seven Octaves


Seven Octaves is an electro/synthpop musician from Long Island, NY. His music is described as "an eclectic and mellow blend of IDM, jazz, progressive and avant-garde influences." (Regen Magazine). Many tracks have a distinctive absence of bass and/or cymbals. Seven Octaves uses all original samples & beats, and favors free software synths. His first release "Snow Frogs" featured retro sounding synths and beats combined with bizarre vocal samples (mostly of voiceover artist Chris Mezzolesta) and atmospheric sounds taken from live performances. Read more on Last.fm
Seven Octaves is an electro/synthpop musician from Long Island, NY. His music is described as "an eclectic and mellow blend of IDM, jazz, progressive and avant-garde influences." (Regen Magazine). Many tracks have a distinctive absence of bass and/or cymbals. Seven Octaves uses all original samples & beats, and favors free software synths.

His first release "Snow Frogs" featured retro sounding synths and beats combined with bizarre vocal samples (mostly of voiceover artist Chris Mezzolesta) and atmospheric sounds taken from live performances. "Snow Frogs" charted college top 30 across the US & Canada, including KRNU, WBNY & CIUT, particularly on the strength of the title track. His current release "Simple Work" has a more modern and less edgy sound, and features some extended jazz passages, prog rock influences and tactfully placed wildlife samples. "Simple Work" has already garnered several top 10 rpm chartings across the US.

Artist also performs and records in the jazz genre. 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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