Songs of the South

by Bedtime for Robots

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Songs of the South, originally recorded in 2007, was inspired by my time spent in New Orleans during my tours with Love in Reverse (circa 1996-1997). I was deeply moved by the devastation of NE during Hurricane Katrina and recorded this experimental electronic album as a sort of tribute to the beauty, mystery and dark decadence of one of America's most amazing cities as well as to the mighty Mississippi River.

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released March 8, 2015

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Bedtime for Robots Tampa, Florida

Bedtime for Robots, an exploration into the dark depths of analog and digital electronic music, has been the bastard child of Michael Ferentino since 2001. Inspired by a multitude of influences ranging from horror film soundtracks and 70s prog rock to the exotic sounds of 1950s/1960s exotica pioneers, Martin Denny and Les Baxter. ... more

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