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Massergy / Eric Jensen

Massergy / Eric Jensen
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United States
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Massergy is the working name of music producer Eric Jensen. Born in Chicago, and now based in Austin Texas, Eric is a self-taught synth programmer and composer of ambient soundscapes who creates music entirely outdoors within a nature preserve.
Website
http://spottedpeccary.com/artists/massergy
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Massergy — Fire Opal Massergy — Fire Opal
(Spotted Peccary SPM-3901, 2019, CD)

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