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“While it owes something to Boards of Canada for its sound, its closest inspiration was Lush’s ’92 album ‘Spooky’. I wanted to take their world of shimmering, skittering guitars and perfect-yet-unsettling chords and translate it into the world of synthesizers.” The words of Public Transport, aka Duncan Bailey, an electronic musician from Maine. His latest instrumental work ‘Dark Days‘ was released this week, check it out plus more here!

Public Transport – ‘Dark Days’

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Visit Public Transport online @ Soundcloud @ Bandcamp @ Facebook.

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