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Michael Ross

Having finally reached something resembling maturity, Prehab realized that after many years of sprinkling his magic dust of playing, production and arranging over the music of others, it was finally time to make some of his own. A sudden immersion in Electronica instigated the epiphany that here was a genre that valued magic dust above all. This combined with a penchant for seeing music in painterly terms, goaded him to put his natural instincts to work creating looped landscapes that utilized his true talent‚Ä” a finely tuned feeling for the emotion of sound. All of this is just a fancy-ass way of saying it was time to put up or shut up

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