Phil Snapp started writing electronic music in 2001 when he began studying psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University. When CNET still had download.com he was fortunate enough to be part of a unique time for independent producers. He gained the attention of the editors, became an editors choice and had download numbers putting him on the internet charts with names such as RJD2, phatboy slim, aphex twin and many others of the like. As far fetched as this might sound, it happened. Phil Snapp went on to play drums in The Discordian Society, and The Materia Project who opened for bands such as EOTO (String Cheese Incident), The Gin Blossoms, DJ Williams, Particle, Jamie McLean, and many others. Here is a sample of the electronic music he made during the 00's.
Space and Time
This song was created for all those people who need to relax at the end of the day. Meditate and Enjoy
Inspired By Night
Another chill song to kick back to..
The Empyrean Abyss
This is a track that is to be featured in a really exciting film project.
Piano, Mallets, driving bass line and some hand drums to top it off.
Sun on the City
This track was written with my new equipment and software. Solid production and a calming mood.. Love this track
This one is about livin it up
This is a really chill track. I hope you enjoy my new direction. Thanks for listening
The Industrial Think-Tank
Along guys like Midwest Product, and Dabrye, this track has a unique electro feel that becomes infectious. Hope you enjoy!
A happy song with tropical beaches and vacation in mind.
When a minimal style smashes into some breakbeats, this is what you get. An adventure of sorts. Enjoy!
Used as a transitional track on Snapp's first album. A comfortable song that feels very much like the title.. Just passing by.
12/14/2008 2:11:33 AM
wow dude ! wierd! my First EP was called Space and Time, and ur not far off the same style as me!
11/19/2007 8:05:22 PM
ah, I remember you!
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