Bryan Zentz - Transit 1 album flac
|TEST 2011||Bryan Zentz||Transit 1 (12")||Bush||TEST 2011||UK||1997|
|BUSHT11, TEST 11||Brayn Zentz*||Transit 1 (12", TP)||Bush, Bush||BUSHT11, TEST 11||UK||1997|
Transit One. All audio and visual by Bryan Zentz.
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Bryan Zentz (aka Barada, Faculty X, Bryan Never) is a techno musician from the USA, known as The Professor amongst the Intec posse. Bryan first made his name in electronic music as Barada (the name was taken from a Star Wars character) on Richie Hawtin and John Acquaviva's Definitive label with releases such as "Medicine Drum" and "Glue".
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Bush (catalog number BUSHT11) Bush (catalog number TEST 11). This album was released in 1997 year.
Bryan Zentz (aka Barada, Faculty X, Bryan Never) is known as The Professor amongst the Intec posse, a thoughtful individual who takes an intelligent approach to his music.
FACULTY X ‘AIRPORTS & HOSPITALS’ Bryan Zentz makes his Soma debut with his Faculty X project. Fresh from success of his ‘Seven Breaths’ album on In-tec, Bryan is one of techno’s most respected producers. The Soma connection was formed when SLAM recently remixed his ‘D Clash’ track. Faculty X was concieved as a project to explore the deeper side of things. Influenced by topics regarding the spiritual and supernatural, the project name was taken from a term coined by paranormal expert Colin Wilson. The first Faculty X 12' "Citizen" was released on Zozan Music and.