Fate of the Country

by The Ovoids

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An often whimsical, sometimes naive mixture of synthpop, chiptune and acoustic music composed on 19th century folk instruments, 1980s synths, primitive sequencers, vintage computers & early electronic toys. If you like bleepy music that's not afraid to embrace its own geekiness, then this might be for you.

(Equipment list: Roland Juno-106 & SC-155; Yamaha DX100, TX81z & Portasound PS-400; Korg Volca Keys & Monotron Duo; Casio SK-2, SA-1 & Rap-man; Realistic Concertmate 350; Wurlitzer electronic piano; Commodore Amiga computer; Hohner Melodica & button accordion; Generation & Clarke tin-whistles; Hand-made flutes; mandolin, electric mandola, tenor banjo; various electronic toys from the 1980s).

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released November 15, 2014

Composed, produced and recorded in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada by Brent Santin. Artwork by Brent Santin.

Thanks to Nick Seguin for electric guitar on "We Must Fly Like Seagulls".

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The Ovoids Cornwall, Ontario

Hailing from a Sub-Actuality bubble (a micro-universe located beneath their hometown), The Ovoids (with their friend Brent Santin) present an often whimsical, sometimes naive mixture of synthpop, chiptune and acoustic music composed on 19th century folk instruments, 1980s synths, primitive sequencers, vintage computers & early electronic toys. ... more

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