Cyril P. - ALBUMS
picture galway by Cyril P. picture galway
4 tracks

Running time: 1:18:38
Released: 09/2013

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Three years after the "Alive" EP (still freely available thru, Cyril P. continues his own journey in the universe(s) of Ambient.

One particular track ("Barbara") is a kind of tribute to both the movies of George A. Romero and the music of John Carpenter.

Discover the free companion-album of "picture galway", "beyond galway" (60+ mins of brand new material and atmospheric voyages), on :
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Braxial by Cyril P. Braxial
5 tracks

Running time: 0:42:06
Released: 12/2008

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Ambient hobbyst Cyril P. continues his strange voyage into the weird realms of unlikely sounds and short melodic bits. Call it a sonic journey with a potential of risk.

Enjoy "Le Départ", first track of the album on video by gonzo video director alexjestaire :

Discover "Early (2001-2006)", Cyril's debut album. A collection of early works circa 2001-2006. Free download on
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Lux   Play song

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Born in Toulon (France), Cyril P. travelled through his native country and the Pacific islands with his parents along his childhood, discovering other cultures and lots of music in the process.
He first met electronic music in the late 70's. Soon after, he'd discover the sounds of UK electropop and the meaningless nature of Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze's albums: a gap was made and a passion for strange sounds revealed.

In 1988, he started to compose EM "stuff" himself with his antique 8-bit MSX system computer.
In the 90's, his passion for electronic and progressive / ambient sounds led him to publish the "Oniric" fanzine, focused on classic electro / prog sounds.
In the same time, he started to record some digital tunes with the help of his Amiga and PC.

He still has not completed his strange voyage. And hopefully never will.

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