lush melodic instrumental electronica. 5 albums available for free download @ (creative commons licensed)


piano and violin track.

[ tags: violin instrumental piano melodic lush componse ] [ genres: instrumental classical ] [ info: 3:43 mp3 ccbysa2.5 ]

fuzzy prayer

voice and cello with minimal pads. Very melodic, beautifully composed track. Audio Angel = voice Steve Sparapani = cello

[ tags: instrumental melodic audio lush angel ] [ genres: new age instrumental ] [ info: 2:05 mp3 ccbysa2.5 ]


lush melodic instrumental electronica

[ tags: instrumental melodic electronica lush ] [ genres: downtempo idm ] [ info: 3:54 mp3 ccbysa2.5 ]

warm steel

Steel guitar infused downtempo electronica. Soothing, psychedelic, and melodic.

[ tags: melodic guitar downtempo calm lush steel trippy ] [ genres: downtempo electronic ] [ info: 4:42 mp3 ccbysa2.5 ]

eye heart knot

lush melodic downtempo

[ tags: instrumental electronic melodic downtempo idm lush ] [ genres: downtempo electronic ] [ info: 4:00 mp3 ccbysa2.5 ]

comfort zone

Violin infused melodic downtempo

[ tags: violin downtempo chillout ] [ genres: downtempo instrumental ] [ info: 6:02 mp3 ccbysa2.5 ]

flow tater

flute driven melodies

[ tags: flute melodic downtempo chill lush composed ] [ genres: downtempo electronic ] [ info: 6:51 mp3 ccbysa2.0 ]


lush melodic instrumental electronica. JP Cutler and Adam Blomberg on guitar. Jason Parmar on Tabla.

[ tags: instrumental melodic downtempo chill out lush ] [ genres: downtempo electronic ] [ info: 3:26 mp3 ccbysa2.0 ]

James Kirsch (or JimmyK) grew up in Newton, MA, playing classical piano and absorbing everything from Suzanne Ciani to Metallica. He attended Oberlin college in Ohio, hoping to further his musical horizons at their prestigious conservatory. Disillusioned by the competitive nature of their classical music program, he stumbled upon the electronic music program (TIMARA) in the conservatory basement and never looked at sheet music again. This coupled with discovering the magic of Orbital and jamming in bands widened his musical appetites immensely. The arrival of software which virtualized an electronic music studio was cleverly aligned with his ejection into the "real world" of San Francisco. Unsatisfied with the popular consensus that electronic music = techno, General Fuzz was born. Hatched, really.

Five albums have been composed and produced over the last nine years, all of which can be freely downloaded from this spiffy website. If you listen to them in order, you may discover the evolution of a musician coupled with the advancement of software technology. Or you might zone out to the point of hallucination. Either way, it's a win-win.

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