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BurningWycke / Press

“Recently, Mark asked me to take a listen to one of his songs, entitled, Ensenada. The first thing that struck me was the repetitive beat and rhythm of the piece. Once I finished listening to the song, I sampled a few others from his Facebook page. Each song seemed to take on the same M.O. as Ensenada, following a repetitive melody, but each one had a personality, all its own. No two songs were completely alike. Each song had a distinct, melodious foundation. While Mark does not have any illusions about becoming a giant in the music industry, he does allow his music to represent various facets and layers of his own soul and manages to enjoy success from his music, not an easy task for the smaller caliber indie artist. If you are the kind of person who likes to kick back and relax with music that will make you forget about your worries of the day, then I would strongly suggest adding Mark Cundiff and BurningWycke to your music library. ”

“Mark Cundiff aka BurningWycke is one of those talented people who does it all! He built his own recording studio in Missouri, he plays every instrument himself, he mixes his own music, and he is an ordained Buddhist with two Bachelor degrees in Business. What a guy! His instrumental music verges from Rock to Electronica to quirky. It can take you places as your mind drifts. ‘Can You Believe’ could be the theme for another X Files movie, as it is very atmospheric and spacey. ‘Temple Of Heaven’ has a Middle Eastern side, which is so relaxing that you just want to doze off. ‘Ensenada’ has this quirky Austin Powers sound to it that leads onto a psychedelic organ. You just have to listen to the end as it intrigues you. There’s some real Pink Floyd influences in BurningWycke’s music so all you ‘70’s music fans out there head to www.myspace.com/burningwycke. ”