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Dan Alcantara Reviews Protoglitch

After 30 years of making music, Erik Deerly has chosen to go back to his roots, making electronic music that is fused with world music. The result? Pretty spooky. His songwriting process has morphed over the years from working on making pop radio-friendly...

Alex Henderson Reviews Limbic

Some musicians will opt for a minor change of direction, while others will opt for more radical change; Erik Austin Deerly is a good example of the latter. In the early 1990s, the producer/composer/multi-instrumentalist fronted a Chicago-based alternative...

Reed Burnam Reviews Parable of the Poison Arrow

As Brian Eno once wrote in the liner notes to his eponymously titled Ambient 1: Music For Airports, “Ambient Music must be able to accommodate many levels of listening attention without enforcing one in particular; it must be as ignorable as it is interesting.”  Of...

Matthew Forss Reviews Children Of The Ocean

The multi-instrumental talents of Erik Deerly are evidenced by the incredible attention to electronic music and nu-jazz foundations with equal bouts of new age, improvisation, and ethnic elements.  The high-brow musings of Children Of The Ocean are instrumental and...

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