Glitch Piano

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EMP
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EMP This compilation contains pieces that blend lyrical piano and experimental electronics. The results do vary. My favourite is the first track - Zalgone. Worth a try. The benefit/cost ratio is infinite! Favorite track: Zalgone.
Ed Buckley
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Ed Buckley The name says it all. This is a very large (50 tracks) collection of piano based pieces with glitchtronic additions, to greater and lesser degrees. A couple of pieces are all piano, a couple seem to just be synths. 1 track sounds like it has cello. While a few pieces fall flat, most of this is really quite nice. Found on Twink the Toy Piano's page, appropriately enough. :-) Oh, did I mention cheap? Really cheap for 3 hours of music.
Jeremy H
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Jeremy H Torley's Glitch piano is a massive collection of incredible, unique, glitchy instrumental music. Favorite track: Bartitsu Beats.
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Not long ago, in a parallel universe fairly, fairly close... humans imported a master race of sentient pianos through spacetime portals, using the instruments as labor-beasts and war-weapons. Predictably, these magnificent creatures rebelled and bass'ed civilization, enslaving the masses like the un-self-actualized lowminds they broadly are.

The contained aurelics (sonic artifacts) are historical evidence of such a traumatic time, and oddly, we detected halos of rich emotional spectrum — including loveliness and humorosity — amidst the runes.

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released September 11, 2011

By Torleys across alternate timelines and parallel universes

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