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Commissioned by London's Barbican and Amsterdam's Muziekgebouw to commemorate Terry Riley's 80th birthday, these two long pieces tunnel deep into the pulsing rhythms and cycling arpeggios that mark the electronic pioneer's work at its most meditative. On "Outdoor Museum of Fractals," James Holden is joined by tabla player Camilo Tirado, whose bright, slapping tones lend extra definition to Holden's swirling modular-synth patterns. On "555Hz," Luke Abbott channels gravelly synthesizer patches and slowly oscillating drones into mesmerizing waves of sound. Both pieces offer a fitting tribute to a minimalist master.

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Two masters of minimalist ambient electronica! This is gonna be amazing!!!!!


Born: June 7, 1979 in Exeter, Devon, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s

b. 7 June 1979, Exeter, Devon, England. Holden learned several instruments as a child, his father teaching him the piano and violin. An intelligent scholar, he excelled in his studies, ultimately winning a place at Oxford University to study mathematics. It was around that time when he got into trance music played by DJs such as Sasha and Paul Oakenfold. By his late teens, Holden had already mastered how to use a PC, and with a little help from downloaded music software he produced the trance-inspired...
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