Between Empires

by AeTopus

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Bryan Tewell Hughes combines ethereal Electronica with organic and acoustic elements to produce lush, detailed, enigmatic pieces. As a composer, musician, and audio craftsman, Hughes’ vision is rich, attention-grabbing, and original; AeTopus albums are not mere collections of individual songs - they are flowing, thematic works of sonic art through which universal themes gently emerge with abstraction and sophistication.

Between Empires (2012, 12Ton Productions) won the award of Best Electronic Album in the 9th Annual ZMR Awards. Its thoughtful blend of Electronic, Gothic, and Ambient flavors provides an atmosphere that balances the contemplative, the fantastic, and the pseudo-historical. Mixed with Bill Simpkins of Alpenglow Sound Studios and mastered by Alex DeGrace of Suite Sound Labs, Between Empires is also a technical masterpiece worthy of intimate audiophile scrutiny.

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released September 1, 2012

Composed and produced by Bryan Tewell Hughes

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AeTopus Bellingham, Washington

Composer Bryan Tewell Hughes has been recording as AeTopus since 2002. A visual artist as well as a musician, he supports the notion that a piece of music need not provide a literal interpretation of an idea; that expression and approximation are important tools that allow the listener to have a unique reaction. Hughes currently works out of his Bellingham, Washington studio. ... more

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