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    Like your Synthpop with a dash of Electro and a splash of dreamy Synthwave? Future Memories is the result of five years of experimentation condensed into ten songs. Written, performed, produced and mixed by Space March.
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    It Must Be Obvious is a tribute to some of my influences – featuring covers of songs by: Pet Shop Boys, The Beatles, Depeche Mode, New Order, Duran Duran, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, David Bowie, The Cure, The White Stripes, Muse, John Barry and The Velvet Underground. I produced and mixed this Space March covers album with an upfront vocal sound and synth-laiden production. It was mastered by Robin Schmidt (OMD).
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    Mountain King is symphonic journey of retro-synthpop and lush, dreamy, reflective indie pop. I produced and mixed this fourth Space March album and it was mastered by German engineer, Robin Schmidt (OMD, Two Door Cinema Club).
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  • Monumental CD

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    Monumental is the third and highest selling Space March album. I worked with legendary producer/engineer Mark Saunders (Erasure, Depeche Mode, The Cure, A-ha) who gave the album a polished and classic 80s synthpop sound.
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    Without This You Can Never Change is lyric-driven, energetic electropop that’s a little bit indie and kind of rocks. In one sense, I was harking back to my roots in the music of New Order and in another way, I was influenced by the dynamic electro Goldfrapp were producing around this time. This album is edgier and more electronic than the debut Space March album but still retains a strong pop sensibility.
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  • Space March CD

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    Featuring a mix of Beatlesque Britpop and psychedelic electronics, Space March‘s self-titled debut scored top spots in both the Chicago Reader‘s year-end list and New York’s Village Voice ‘Pazz & Jop’ poll.
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