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The Adelaidean (Sean Williams)

The Adelaidean (Sean Williams)
"theadelaidean" is the name used by bestselling author Sean Williams to explore original and collaborative soundscapes. Many of the latter are based on works originally composed by a much younger version of himself, who once won a Young Composers Award, experimented with musique concrete, and played in a band
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Releases on file (9)
The Adelaidean — Alive In The Hall of Possibility The Adelaidean — Alive In The Hall of Possibility
(Projekt No #, 2020, DL)
The Adelaidean  — Isolation The Adelaidean — Isolation
(Projekt, 2020, DL)
The Adelaidean  — Sketches of Space The Adelaidean — Sketches of Space
(Bandcamp No #, 2020, DL)
Sam Rosenthal and Projekt Artists — Tim, Where Are You Now? Sam Rosenthal and Projekt Artists — Tim, Where Are You Now?
(Projekt PRO377, 2020, CD / DL)
The Adelaidean  — Invisible Music The Adelaidean — Invisible Music
(Bandcamp No #, 2019, DL)
The Adelaidean  — Moth The Adelaidean — Moth
(Bandcamp No #, 2019, DL)
The Adelaidean — Spiral Symphony The Adelaidean — Spiral Symphony
(Bandcamp No #, 2019, DL)
The Adelaidean — Release The Ambient The Adelaidean — Release The Ambient
(Bandcamp No #, 2018, DL)
The Adelaidean  — Grand Silence The Adelaidean — Grand Silence
(Bandcamp No #, 2017, DL)

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