Experimental Objectivist music
The Wheels of Poseidon (excerpt)
To shine electric (after the end of the sorrow)
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The nature of the second-hander
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The Circadian Rythms is mainly the solo project of Argentinian teacher/writer/musician Gabriel Rojo. It comprises anything from low-fi ambient music to rythmical remixes of the likes of Brian Eno/David Byrne, Moby and The Chemical Brothers. As of 2007, Mercedes Kelly has been collaborating with the songwriting, and the band is open for collaborations with "non-musicians" all around the world. The Circadian Rythms has released several recordings so far: the low-fi ambient record "Another walk in the dark", the compilation "Remember every moment" (which contains "Another walk" in its entirety plus brand new tracks), "The ambient dance" (featuring remixes of previously released and unreleased tracks) and this year's "A musical introduction to Objectivism", a collection of original music introducing the main points of Ayn Rand's philosophy.
Due for release in 2008 is "The Wheels of Poseidon", a 27-minute ambient symphony, from which you can listen to an excerpt on this site.
Brian Eno, David Bowie, David Byrne/Talking Heads, Robert Fripp, Pet Shop Boys, William Orbit