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Paul Ellis

Paul Ellis
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United States
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Paul Ellis is an American electronic musician who was a founding member of the synth band Dweller at the Threshold and has also released several solo works and collaborations with artists such as Steve Roach, Craig Padilla, Rudy Adrian, Nemesis, Ron Boots, and Otso Pakarinen.
Website
http://paulellisspacemusic.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (15)
Paul Ellis — Moth in Flames Paul Ellis — Moth in Flames
(Spotted Peccary SPM-2901, 2015, CD)
Paul Ellis — I Am Here Paul Ellis — I Am Here
(Spotted Peccary Lotuspike LSM 24, 2012, CD)
Paul Ellis — From out of the Vast Comes Nearness Paul Ellis — From out of the Vast Comes Nearness
(Spotted Peccary Lotuspike LSM 21, 2011, CD)
Paul Ellis — The Last Hiding Place of Beauty Paul Ellis — The Last Hiding Place of Beauty
(Groove Unlimited GR-158, 2009, CD)
Ozone Player — Orange Apples Ozone Player — Orange Apples
(Visual Power VP007, 2008, CD)
Paul Ellis — The Infinity Room Paul Ellis — The Infinity Room
(Groove Unlimited GR-130, 2006, CD)
Various Artists — Analogy, Volume 1 Various Artists — Analogy, Volume 1
(Groove Unlimited GR-124, 2005, CD)
Paul Ellis — Silent Conversations Paul Ellis — Silent Conversations
(Groove Unlimited GR 119, 2005, CD)
Paul Ellis / Craig Padilla — Echo System Paul Ellis / Craig Padilla — Echo System
(Groove Unlimited GR-099, 2004, CD)
Paul Ellis — The Sacred Ordinary Paul Ellis — The Sacred Ordinary
(Groove Unlimited GR-098, 2004, CD)
Paul Ellis — Into the Liquid Unknown Paul Ellis — Into the Liquid Unknown
(Hypnos/Binary HYBY0102, 2001, CD)
Dweller at the Threshold — Ouroborus Dweller at the Threshold — Ouroborus
(Hypnos HYBY0101, 2001, CD)
Paul Ellis — Appears to Vanish Paul Ellis — Appears to Vanish
(Neu Harmony NH016, 2000, CD)
Dweller at the Threshold — Generation Transmission Illumination Dweller at the Threshold — Generation Transmission Illumination
(Eurock ECD-2015, 1998, CD)
Dweller at the Threshold — No Boundary Condition Dweller at the Threshold — No Boundary Condition
(Eurock ECD 2013, 1996, CD)

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