loopMaster.p's Delivery is Short, Sweet and Painless.

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loopMaster.p releases "Welcome to Hades" CD, twelve new bite size music tracks to scatter throughout your digital playlist. Songs are heavy on moody instrumentation and less reliant on lyrics to deliver the hook.

Barely cooled from his debut release, loopMaster.p delivers "Welcome to Hades". The twelve track CD release offers new bite size music to scatter throughout your digital playlist. loopMaster.p's songs are heavy on moody instrumentation and less reliant on lyrics to deliver the hook. Title track "Welcome to Hades", suggests that life in the underworld may not be as painful as we've been led to believe.

It opens to the shrill of a flat lined heart monitor as the newly deceased awaits judgement by the porcelain god, who's favor triggers a battery of harp glissandos and a cordial welcome. Insightful listeners may conclude that it's the same Englishman that falls victim to an alien abduction by fax machine in the track "Honey, the Aliens Are Here". English Canadian blues banger loopMaster.p, has supported a six-string over his shoulder ever since his early teens. He bangs out the mischievous riff on "Head or Tail?" and lays down the silky smoke on the CD's hidden track, "Lovers Way".

Asked why the desire to create such short tracks, "It reflects the attention span of the Ultranet generation", snaps Mr. P. "Thing move faster these days, nobody cares to smell the roses."

"I'm not fully weaned away from my vintage rock roots", states loopMaster.p as evident in the tracks, "No Toys Allowed" and "Good vs Evil". The addition of loops and synth-based components allows these shorties to warm you up before your fav'd Gaga or Guetta tracks alike. Head to iTunes or http://www.loopmasterp.com to decide for yourself.


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