Peace & Chaos: Music to a Movie That Doesn't Exist

by Craic Attics

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A "Why Not?" project. Taken from four separate recording sessions, between 2011-2014, and mixed in 48 hours, Peace & Chaos is a meditative mixtape. The instruments on the album are used to create a relaxed and soothing environment for the listener. Perfect for a peaceful walk, a pre-req for deep sleep, or background sounds when cleaning up the house, Peace & Chaos features primitive jamming to help you find your inner peace.

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released 18 February 2014

All instruments played, recorded, and edited by Michael O'Brien.

Mixed on February 16 & 17, 2014 in Audacity. No effects besides Compression, Amplification, and Fading were used in the making of the album.

Track 1 - Feedback from Boss RC-3 Loop Pedal, date unknown
Track 2 - Gong (India), 2/15/14
Track 3 - Bamboo Xylophone (Hawaii) and Awakening Bell - 2/15/14
Track 4 - Garrahand (Argentina), 2/15/14
Track 5 - Corinthian Bells Windchime (USA), date unknown
Track 6 - Thumb Piano (Argentina), 12/4/12
Track 7 - Toning Bowl (India), 2/15/14
Track 8 - Baglama (Turkey), 2/15/14
Track 9 - Epiphone MB-200 Banjo (USA), 3/28/11
Track 10 - Mandolin (China), 2/15/14
Track 11 - Accordion (Russia), 12/3/12
Track 12 - Marine Band Harmonica (Germany), 2/15/14
Track 13 - Woodstock Encore & Corinthian Bells Windchimes (USA), date unknown
Track 14 - Feedback from Ravish Sitar, Supa-Trem, & Freeze pedals, Toning Bowl, and Gong, 12/3/12

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The name Craic Attics comes from the Irish slang, Craic (pronounced crack), which means good music, and attic, the highest place in a home which is rarely explored.

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