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Chronotope Project (Jeffrey Ericson Allen)

Chronotope Project (Jeffrey Ericson Allen)
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Jeffrey Ericson Allen is an Oregonian composer, cellist and electronic music recording artist. He has an extensive and eclectic background in classical, new acoustic and theatrical music production. His contemplative art music has been featured on distinguished and nationally-syndicated radio programs including Hearts of Space, Echoes, Galactic Travels, Ultima Thule and Star's End. Chronotope Project represents his most recent expression as a creator of contemporary progressive ambient music. "Chronotope" refers to the essential unity of space and time, a concept with numerous expressions in literature, physics and the arts. The music of Chronotope Project explores this time-space confluence and invites the listener on ambient journeys of deep texture infused with gentle pulsing rhythms and soulful melodies.
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http://chronotope-project.com/
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Releases on file (3)
Chronotope Project — Lotus Rising Chronotope Project — Lotus Rising
(Spotted Peccary SPM-2006, 2018, CD)
Chronotope Project — Ovum Chronotope Project — Ovum
(Spotted Peccary SPM 2805, 2017, CD)
Chronotope Project — Dawn Treader Chronotope Project — Dawn Treader
(Spotted Peccary SPM-2803, 2015, CD)

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2020-01-12
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2020-01-10
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2020-01-07
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