The Flashbulb - Ephedrine FLAC album
Style: IDM, Experimental, Acid
FLAC version ZIP size: 1507 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1738 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1484 mb
Other Formats: AHX XM MOD DTS ASF VQF RA
So this became a not for resale promo that ended up being for resale at shows.
Piety Of Ashes by The Flashbulb, released 01 September 2017 1. Turning Alone 2. Starlight 3. Porchfire 4. Saints 5. Precipice 6. Gray Pill 7. Prism 8. Cycles 9. Isochronal 10. Hypothesis 11. As Water 12. Fog 13. Leaves 14. Turning Inconsolate 15. Wind 16. Hungry Mouth, Shut 17. Goodbye Bastion The Flashbulb returns with his most ambitious release to date, spanning 3 years and a move across country.
Since 1999 his most widely distributed and electric music has been released under the name of The Flashbulb. Other names Benn has released as are Acidwolf, Human Action Network, and FlexE. Jordan was born in 1978 and raised in West Englewood, Chicago, by his grandparents.
As The Flashbulb, Jordan typically releases drill 'n' bass or breakcore styled music. His style differs strongly between albums, but they all have a cohesive bond tied around fast drum programming, acid-influenced melodies, and a wide array of live instrumentation from various instruments Jordan has acquired. He also often records his melodies through MIDI-synced guitars.
The Flashbulb - Piety of Ashes (Album Mix). Piety of Ashes (Album Mix). Download MP3. The Flashbulb.
Ephedrine Album Cover Art.
|1||Breakbeats Saying Sorry||2:52|
|2||Fake Rubber Hotdog||3:03|
|4||Red Vector Stick||1:31|
|5||G3ner1k T3chn0 S0ng T1tle||4:00|
|6||Living With The Number 3||4:24|
|10||Spring Insomnia Jam Session||2:05|
|11||May Theme Song||2:50|
NotesThe Flashbulb Library Bundle
41 Albums, 524 songs, 28 hours, 28 minutes, and 14 seconds of original music.
A portion of proceeds (you choose how much) goes to the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation.
1999 - The Flashbulb - Ephedrine (CD, Metatone) I had 2 friends who believed in my music so much that they got a bank loan and started a damn record label for it. I had a website, real CDs in real stores, and people actually getting me gigs where I didn’t have to pretend to be a DJ. This was the debut album, but I was so nervous about my music getting printed in a factory that I freaked out, delayed a few months, and made M3 instead. So this became a not for resale promo that ended up being for resale at shows.