Marly

by Lost Radiance

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Bright synth arpeggios from Lost Radiance — a genuine follower of Berlin School of electronic music.

His album is devoted to Marly — a character from William Gibson novel Count Zero and was inspired by a dialog between Marly and A.I. Boxmaker:

«Are you — are you sad?»

No.

«But your - your songs are sad.»

My songs are of time and distance. The sadness is in you. Watch my arms. There is only the dance. These things you treasure are shells.

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released December 16, 2016

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