Solar Particles

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Larry Barton A good, rock-solid follow-up to Guard the Point. This online collaboration shows signs of evolving collective technique and greater cohesion between the artists. Impressive, at times astonishing performances. Favorite track: Clear Path.
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This is the second installment of our little web-based quartet. We have a great time doing these, with everyone playing just so marvelously. I think we'd all love to be in the same room one day. That would be excellent..

And notice the lovely artwork by a very "close friend"..

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released July 13, 2013

Rob Michael: guitars (bit.ly/Rob_Michael)
Neil Alexander: piano, electric piano, ring modulator, synthesizer (nailmusic.bandcamp.com)
Trip Wamsley: bass guitar (tripwamsley.bandcamp.com)
Allen Wentz: synths, percussion, organ, guitar, electronics (allenwentz.bandcamp.com)

©2013 From Wentz It Came, ASCAP

Album graphics by Timothy Wentz

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