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The Music of Erich Zann

by Deckard Croix

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The third entry in this spoken word/ambient series is H.P. Lovecraft's The Music of Erich Zann. The story follows a university student who takes up rooms at an old tenement on the mysterious Rue d'Auseil. On the top floor of this building lives Erich Zann, a German viol player whose bizarre melodies lure the young student to determine their purpose.


released October 29, 2021
Written by H.P. Lovecraft (1921)
Narration/ambience/bow guitar/effects by Deckard Croix
Other strings by Milas Danielsen
Mixed/Mastered by Deckard Croix
Artwork by Luna Stonem


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Deckard Croix Columbus, Ohio

There are many elements comprising Croix’s style, however, psychedelia, ambience, and musique concrete are the most predominant strains featured in nearly every project. Other recurring panaches involve atonality, dissonance, indeterminism, and droning. All Croix recordings convey a heavy preference for the lo-fi aesthetic. ... more

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