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Zenith: Unto the Stars

Zenith: Unto the Stars
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England
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Zenith: UTS was formed at the Barney Bubbles Memorial Concert on 29th November 2009 at the 229 Club, Great Portland Street, London. Terry Davey and Jamie Ferguson, who comprised two thirds of the dark ambient group Darkhalf, have resumed the composition of cosmic electronic space music that was first hinted at during collaborative experiments in 1999. With a mutual enthusiasm for 70s-influenced synthesiser music and esoteric technology, the duo are currently mining a rich vein of Mellotron-soaked electronica and are working towards the release of their first L.P., Tangential.
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Various Artists — Kopf Musik Various Artists — Kopf Musik
(Fruits de Mer crustacean 79, 2017, 3CD)
Various Artists — Strange Fish Three Various Artists — Strange Fish Three
(Fruits de Mer strange fish three, 2013, 2LP)
Various Artists — Strange Fish Four Various Artists — Strange Fish Four
(Fruits de Mer strange fish four, 2013, LP)

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