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Bruce Licher - Exploratorium FLAC album

Performer: Bruce Licher
Genre: Rock
Title: Exploratorium
Released: 2006
Style: Post Rock, Ambient
FLAC version ZIP size: 1519 mb
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Licher Art & Design. ) Independent Projects, Vol. 1 & 2. Independent Project.

Bruce Licher Bishop, California.

Exploratorium by Bruce Licher, released 01 October 2006 1. Peak 2. Going Home 3. The Penstemon Field Solo ambient guitar home recordings by SAVAGE REPUBLIC, SCENIC, and Independent Project Records founder Bruce Licher. Recorded in July 1997 on a cassette 4-track, and consisting of layered effected guitars and bass, these recordings sat unreleased for almost a decade.

What Bruce Licher creates at Independent Project Press rides the line between art and product. The relatively small batches of album sleeves, postcards, stamps and other memorabilia that he produces are meticulously crafted, and are fed into the presses by hand, piece by piece. His combinations - austere photographic images, disparate mixes of Dada-esque typeface, postage-stamp visions swathed in gold, silver and blood red - are instantly distinctive. Created inside Licher’s design ethos, something as potentially mundane as a business card emerges as a haunting work that seems antiquated.

Bruce Licher American, b born in the United States in married Karen Licher. We have 18 objects that Bruce Licher has been involved with. Bruce Licher Free Internet Radio Slacker Radio.


1 Peak 9:38
2 Going Home 5:27
3 The Penstemon Field 7:14


  • Bass, Guitar, Effects, Artwork By, Mixed By – Bruce Licher
  • Mixed By – Michael Krassner


Limited edition of 300 copies. Packaged on a 12” square piece of extra-heavy chipboard, hand-letterpress printed in seven colors. Signed and numbered by hand on the back side.

Recorded July 1997 on 4 analog tracks at the Rain Tree House in Sedona, AZ. Placed into the digital realm in April 2006.