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Alpha Wave Movement (Gregory T. Kyryluk)

Alpha Wave Movement (Gregory T. Kyryluk)
Country
United States
Profile
Alpha Wave Movement is the name used by electronic artist Gregory T. Kyryluk.
Website
http://hrresonance.blogspot.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (17)
Alpha Wave Movement — Architexture of Silence Alpha Wave Movement — Architexture of Silence
(Harmonic Resonance HRR133006, 2013, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Yasumu Alpha Wave Movement — Yasumu
(Harmonic Resonance HRR0213, 2013, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Eolian Reflections Alpha Wave Movement — Eolian Reflections
(Periphery OTP1112, 2012, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Myriad Stars Alpha Wave Movement — Myriad Stars
(Harmonic Resonance HRR1011, 2011, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Soniq Variants Alpha Wave Movement — Soniq Variants
(Harmonic Resonance 010111, 2011, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Terra Alpha Wave Movement — Terra
(Harmonic Resonance HRR060823, 2008, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — The Mystic and the Machine Alpha Wave Movement — The Mystic and the Machine
(Harmonic Resonance HRR 07090, 2007, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — The Regions Between: Unreleased Tracks 2001-2006 Alpha Wave Movement — The Regions Between: Unreleased Tracks 2001-2006
(Harmonic Resonance HRR 001-3, 2006/2007, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Beyond Silence Alpha Wave Movement — Beyond Silence
(Harmonic Resonance, 2005, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Exiled Particles, Volume 1 Alpha Wave Movement — Exiled Particles, Volume 1
(Harmonic Resonance HRR1212, 2005/2012, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Cosmology Alpha Wave Movement — Cosmology
(Groove Unlimited GR-096, 2003, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — A Distant Signal Alpha Wave Movement — A Distant Signal
(Harmonic Resonance, 2002, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement  — Drifted into Deeper Lands Alpha Wave Movement — Drifted into Deeper Lands
(Groove Unlimited GR-042, 2000, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Concept of Motion Alpha Wave Movement — Concept of Motion
(Groove Unlimited GR-015, 1998, CD)
Various — Soundscape Gallery 2 Various — Soundscape Gallery 2
(Lektronik Soundscapes LS-100, 1998, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — The Edge of Infinity Alpha Wave Movement — The Edge of Infinity
(Cue 1125, 1997, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Transcendence Alpha Wave Movement — Transcendence
(Harmonic Resonance HRR 001, 1996, CD)

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