by Mountain Projector

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Mackenzie Hall
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Mackenzie Hall There is a sweet and sour to the album. A bit like a glass of fresh lemonade on a hot summers day. Just when you think the music is 'pop' it takes you off in another direction and you are daydreaming. Favorite track: Lost Girl.
Nikolai Yolkin
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Nikolai Yolkin Cool vibes, laid back but gets the mind thinking. Lots of visuals coming across the third eye. I can sense a very faint hip-hop vibe. Feels like music of the future but also feels like it comes from a far away galaxy. Favorite track: One Nine Five Two.
Eugene Nance
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Eugene Nance Love this music! I like how the melodies and hooks weave throughout the songs in a non-assuming way. Before you know it you are being led to a very deep place. The last track is a spiritual journey that leaves me in calm relaxed space. Favorite track: Transcending Fear.
Michaela Jones
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Michaela Jones Came across this band on the Nerdist blog. At first I was like ok that's cool and forgot about it. Then the next day I caught myself hearing some of the songs in my head and now i'm hooked Favorite track: Grandmother's Temple.
Emely Gruber
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Emely Gruber Just finished an awesome road trip driving up the coast of California and these songs were the soundtrack...I have a feeling 'Geometry' will forever remind me of the trip ;-) Favorite track: One Nine Five Two.
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Off the backside of a forgotten memory, I pick up the pieces. Slowly the puzzle comes together. Shapes begin to take form. The world becomes a bit safer now. I am playing again. Even the unpleasant has an animated purpose. An adventure awaits, and it can change anytime we want it too. These thoughts are projections. These stories are made up by the ones who came before us. It's our time to write the script.

Jump in my friend. Leave behind the fear. Just imagine what we might create.


released March 10, 2016

All sounds and songwriting by M. BigBee
Post production, mixing and mastering at Cedar House Sound & Mastering



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Mountain Projector Seattle, Washington

“In the mountain of truth, one never climbs in vain, you either reach a higher step today or exercise your strength to climb higher tomorrow.” –Nietzsche

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