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How To Avoid Art

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Sounds Like: Controlled Bleeding, Front Line Assembly (Official Fan Page), Celldweller, Skinny Puppy, Art Of Noise

Manager: Kimberly Hunt-Dickson, TishKi Productions

Bio: Rob Stangle has always been someone who sees things in a different but occasionally, familiar way. From art to music, seeing what was commonplace was never very engaging to him. More concerned with what was under the bridge than what was going over it, so to speak.

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  • Marilyn Mac (Artist) Marilyn Mac
    High energy, creative sounds, excellent arrangements and production - in a word, awesome! Wishing you all the best on your musical journey!
  • ElectroSonic Syndicate (Artist) ElectroSonic Syndicate
    Nice Ear candy!
  • Shiva Crazy Vibe (Artist) Shiva Crazy Vibe
    we know how to ^^
  • Jeffery Moore (Artist) Jeffery Moore
    Great work! Very creative and artistic with wonderful production values. All the best -- Jeff.
  • The Altoonas (Artist) The Altoonas
    "ideas have consequences"...really interesting, creative, exciting, and masses of energy...excellent!
  • Tina Papilio (Artist) Tina Papilio
    Very interesting music! Keep up the great work. ;)
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Q: Your sounds are so live? Is it all electronic?? Love live feel electronica!
A: It's a hybrid of machines and man. Mostly machines, but there are things that require human input - guitars for instance. Still, even if this project was 100% machine-driven (computers, devices, etc.), there would still be a human writing the instructions for the machine to follow.

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