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Pinklogik

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2014-04-23 22:22:45


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Pinklogik is the brainchild of Jules (AKA Julie Straw). Her musical creations flirt mostly with electronic glitched out ambience, with the odd uptempo surprise here and there.

She was born in 1976 and grew up in Nottinghamshire, England, and discovered her love of electronic music at a very young age. Jules started experimenting with her own electronic sounds and music at the mere age of 16, her first set up consisted of an Amiga A600 computer, a sampling cartridge, some sampling and sequencing software and an old Yamaha keyboard with a digital synthesizer on it.

Today, Jules uses a more developed midi set up comprising of Cubase SX and various softsynths. She now resides near Bristol and this is where she does most of her work. Jules has synaesthesia and is a committed vegan.

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