Reflection Nebula

by Black Hole Zion

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Adjacent to the formation of a star. Reflection Nebula is a weird album that takes its sound from a multitude of other simultaneous projects and influences. These were further shaped through random synthesizers, noise generators, sampling, physical instruments, and any other musical tools that were available.

Reflection Nebula was conceived, performed, and programmed by
Mark A. Benincosa II
with contributions by
Ryan Postlethwait: lead guitar on Let Your Implant Do The Walking, Plastic Jazz, and Pieces of the Brain
Pamela Murchison: flute and alto flute on the poor the sick the dying the dead
David Taddie: additional loops on Pieces of the Brain

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released April 29, 2014

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Black Hole Zion West Virginia

Black Hole Zion was formed when Mark began writing two different series of songs simultaneously. One set, written with Ryan, followed a particular narrative, and was much more based in rock music. The other set was vastly different electronic music. Not a solo project, but more a collective. While Mark is responsible for the vision, anyone involved is free and encouraged to contribute. ... more

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