Author Archives: James Bragg

“Love is Broken” live performance at The Treehouse last Wednesday

“Love is Broken” live performance at The Treehouse last Wednesday You can download this track for free or pay what you want at www.phoenix-flare.bandcamp.com    

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Improvsed looping on the Prophet 12

JamieB from PF enjoying doing some improvised looping on the Prophet 12. Starting to get a sweet range of sounds from it. All my own patches now. Using a TC Electronics looper pedal.

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Tuesday Morning Ipad Jam

A Tuesday morning Jam using the ipad app korg Polysix. This is a great emulation of the classic synth from 1981. Enjoy the sound.

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Westbury Tavern Thursday 13th December 2012

I have a few days off work getting the tracks ready for Thursday night. About 9pm at the Westbury Tavern. Join us for some electro-pleasure

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New song “Love is Broken” live performance

Live video Sunday afternoon at home of our latest track “Love is Broken” Already got some great response for the song on youtube like “Dang, this´╗┐ is good music!”

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Youtube video for All the Things You’ve Ever Done

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Comments and Reviews of Phoenix-Flare

Really like the songs.. – Nick Tarleton, DJ and radio producer Reminds me of New Order meets Gary Numan – Duncan Reid, lead singer and guitarist for The Vapour Trails This is like heart strings being plucked by robots – … Continue reading

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Four new tracks

I think these are nearly finished mixes. Hope you enjoy them. Chris & I had a great day working through the real details of the tracks ready to give you a preview of what we have been working on.

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“The Wilderness and the Desert of the Real” by Geoff Hall

Whilst caught in the web of contemporary delusions we end up creating work which mimics the side-shows in the postmodern carnival; aping the ‘norms’ and forms in The Desert of the Real. Do we seek illusory relevance or an authenticity … Continue reading

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