Moved into a studio in the hills of Northern NSW..
Cleared my storage unit and met up with some amazing instrument friends after ten years. What's up!!.. Long time no see!!
Dusted off my Juno 6 synth, A vintage bass guitar,various Drum kits and a killer old console.Fired up some solid 1970's pre-amps and effects.
patched it all in over a few weeks..and made this album.
Spun out possums, Wallabies and tripped out the birds living around me with weird synth sounds and breakbeats. Sorry gang...
Dedicated to Hannah, Ines and Rana..Thanks for accidentally inspiring me to create this. Hope you all dig it.
No synths were harmed in the making of this, The cover was something I found on the road somewhere..A sad Ensoniq that had been mistreated.
RIP knowing you were remembered on my front cover.
released February 5, 2019
Benjamin Walsh on all instruments
Mixed and Mastered @ Groovelands
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