The Dying Art Of Subtle Explosions

by Gillian Yeah

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The subtle combination of abstract bass and noise fuelled electronica combined with the haunting melodies of an 80’s sci-fi soundtracks that never was, and then topped off with an informative rave anthem about cheese.

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released September 16, 2014

All tracks written recorded and mixed By Gillian Yeah (A Goodey)

Mastered by Bob at Subvert Central Mastering

All samples used are in the public domain and available at archive.org

Track 1 `Thud` contains a sample from `Hollywood Red Probe Begins` by Universal Studios

Track 5 `Mostly Quite Bad For You` contains a sample from `The Wonder Of Water` by `Moody Institute of Science`

Track 6 `What Could Go Wrong` contains a sample from `BBS Documentary: Interview with Pirate BBS Operator` by Jason Scott

Track 10 `Sunrise In Dystopia` contains a sample from `Men and Molecules`by `The American Chemical Society`

Track 11 `Not Now Kennith` contains a sample from `Drugs Are Like That` by `WPBT-TV` & `America's Best Kept Secret` by `U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service`

Track 12 `Basal And Again` contains a sample from `Dear Old Girl` by `The Peerless Quartet`

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Gillian Yeah Brighton, UK

A project that started in 2011 as a fully improvised live experimental electronica act, playing some of the more esoteric nights around Brighton. Eventually deciding to write an album still using much of the improvised element’s, but with the added benefit of editing out the rubbish bits. ... more

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