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Plastic Horizon

It is with great pleasure that I announce a new music project called Plastic Horizon! For those who grew up in the 80s, you will understand the appeal of Synthwave, Stranger Things, and the nostalgia for the colorful decadence of that era. Two songs and videos have been released so far and a full release is expected later this year. So, sit back in your La-Z-Boy chair, press play on the VCR, and enjoy the retro/future sounds!The first single released by Plastic Horizon was inspired by Black Mirror, the series created by Charlie Brooker.The second single released by Plastic Horizon......

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The Origin Of How I Began Writing Electronic Music

The Origin Of How I began Writing Electronic Music To explain the origin of my own electronic music, I have to look back at horror films and television programs. As far back as I can remember, I have enjoyed electronic music and film scores and even aspired to writing scores for movies (a guy can dream, right?). While I prefer film scores that use electronic compositions or any hybrid which incorporates synthesizers with rock or classic orchestration, my interest in music with synthesizers/electronic music is very diverse. I've said it before and I will say it again. Synthesizers, to my......

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My Top 20 List of Film and Television Soundtracks From 1970-1980

 My Top 20 Film & Television Soundtracks From 1970-1980 (with a focus on horror, science fiction, and fantasy) On rare occasions, when I am not making music, I have time to listen. When I listen, it is generally to radio plays. I also enjoy listening to soundtracks. There were a lot of great films made in the 70's and 80's and, as you would expect, some great music was created to go along with them. Of course, there is no guarantee that a great film will have a great score. Sometimes you can find great music in a bad film. ......

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