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Leon van Bokhorst (Unlike Noise)
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I liked releasing my album with DistroKid.
How do you get your digital music released on iTunes, Spotify, YouTube and Amazon? I used DistroKid - a blazingly fast Music Distribution Service.
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Leon van Bokhorst (Unlike Noise)

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Here’s something you don’t often say: I just bought myself a new Moog Synthesizer. It’s the Moog Model 15 Modular Synth for iPad. You can fiddle with this synth on the iPhone too if you …
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Here’s something you don’t often say: I just bought myself a new Moog Synthesizer. It’s the Moog Model 15 Modular Synth for iPad. You can fiddle with this synth on the iPhone too if you …
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Take a look at this new Moog Model 15 for iPad.
Awesome Synth!
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I just fell for The Philosophers by the ingenious @IanHaygreen http://buff.ly/1YZFJHn
#drone #ambient #soundscape
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How to Get People to Care About Your Work http://buff.ly/1WWSHqV #marketing #entrepreneurship
How To Get People To Actually Care About Your Work ¶ It was Monday morning, and I was running late. Of course, the high…
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Here’s something you don’t often say: I just bought myself a new Moog Synthesizer. It’s the Moog Model 15 Modular Synth for iPad. You can fiddle with this synth on the iPhone too if you …
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Here’s something you don’t often say: I just bought myself a new Moog Synthesizer. It’s the Moog Model 15 Modular Synth for iPad. You can fiddle with this synth on the iPhone too if you …
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Take a look at the new Moog Model 15 for iPad. Awesome synth!
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Finding peace and quiet listening to Esperanza Spalding http://buff.ly/1Nho3qc
Chamber Music Society
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Here's another gem.
The latest of Tim Rowe - Night Runner http://buff.ly/1Tl5n5k
Triple Moon Records is an independent microlabel devoted to musical post-serialism, modern classical, electronic dronology and sound poetry with a strong interest in the numenal-luninously spiritual properties of “tone-colors”
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Traveler from one enjoyable music experiment to another. Sound design, industrial noise, field recording. Perpetual student. Data analysis, machine learning.
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