MSculli1 0


United Kingdom   Jan 2014

Artist Bio

Influences:   driving bass lines, repetitive sequences, screaming mono synths, distorted guitar rhythms, gated synth pads, old rhythm boxes

Hi, I'm Mark from Glasgow, Scotland.

FAWM # 5

Feb 3rd: Had a heavy day at work winding down by listening to some excellent stuff.

On 24/7 rota be back on 5th Feb, hopefully ready to start.

The photo is supposed to be more demonic than moronic. Ironically I think I failed.

I had a nice time in 50/90 using common chord progressions. I think I might do them again.

No lyrics only stuff this time, like 50/90 I will only put up complete(ish) songs, so I will probably not get to 14.

My experimental musical ramblings will be on another page, showcasing thealphabettisystem

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  • @nedflangers 1 week

    Joining the chorus of thanks for your thoughtful and encouraging comments. I'd also just like to point out how legit that list of influences is. We should chat about music sometime -- repetitive sequences and motorik beats? Ja voll die Krautrock!

  • @benbarden 1 week

    Hey, thanks for your comment on Synthrock 😀

  • @headfirstonly  2 weeks

    I've never used a Gizmotron, but I remember when they came out - I bought the single-LP version of Godley and Creme's concept album which they used to launch it. Hmm, might be time to give "Music From Consequences" another listen...

  • @musicsongwriter 2 weeks

    Hi Mark, thank you so much for listening and commenting on Such a Painful Loss.
    Looking forward to hearing your complete songs.

  • @acousticmaddie  2 weeks

    Thanks for your kind comment on Blacksheep. Very appreciated

  • @billwhite51 2 weeks

    thank you for comments on if not now. wow, to be compared to alex that is an honor. i have only just discovered his band this past year, have bought all his recordings, but have only had time to listen to about three of them.. ill have to listen to myself to see if i even slightly desere the comparison. thanks again for listening and taking the tie to comment.