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Trace Melon comprises Richard Cory with occasional contributions from Tim Cox. An unusual blend of Ambient, Ambient Dub, Beats and Psychedelia.
Why this name?
Its just a name designed to have a scientific feel but also to not take itself too seriously
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Music is now available instantly throughout the world without exploitation.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Not at present, but open to offers.
Trace Melon first came to light on the Ambient Northern Lights Compilations from Just Create Records in the 90s. Occasional output since this time. Two Trace Melon tracks have been used in BBC TV Documentaries.
The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Gnidrolog, Jimi Hendrix, Sandy Denny and Joni Mitchell to name merely the tip of a very large iceberg.
Akai Samplers, Vintage Keys, Korg Triton Extreme Workstation.
Also into Prog Rock, Dance Music and commercial songwriting to some degree.