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STARBASS Releases Full Length ‘Distant Signals’ LP

If you didn’t already catch it, STARBASS (aka Steven Comeau) premiered the debut video off of his new full length, electronic bass LP Distant Signals here back November 7 (if you didn’t check it out, go NOW or just watch it below, we couldn’t resist reposting).  The original Gothic infused, vampire themed music video definitely brought the Salt Lake City producer to our attention, and now that we’ve had a chance to check out the full album, we’re definitely glad we did.  The delicate composition and minimal soundscapes paired with pulsating basslines makes for an intense, internal immersion that we suggest you try both with and without headphones to capture the full aural experience.

 

Download Distant Signals FREE HERE!

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Track List:
01. Nova
02. Love’s Little Curses
03. For You
04. Fugue
05. Closer
06. Morningstar
07. Ritual
08. Dreamstate
09. My Beautiful Curse
10. Spirals
11. Nightsong
12. Facebook
13. Chase The Flame

Starbass is the creative identity of DJ / producer, multi-instrumentalist, & Performer, Steven Comeau.

1005715_513977135324775_264484539_nCinematic & darkly textural sound design combined with strong songwriting and a splash of classical composition makes the sound of Starbass unique.

Originally from Toronto Canada, Steven is currently working out of Salt Lake CIty. Over the years St
even has been known as an electronic music pioneer in Eastern Canada producing many underground club hits as well as placing on the national dance charts. Steven continues to explore new sounds in creating both original music and helping others find the sound they are looking for.

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