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Cathode Ray Tube

Cathode Ray Tube
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Cathode Ray Tube is Experimental IDM artist from Scarborough, USA, who makes hard electronic music inspired and created by digital decomposition of rhythm and melody.

Chang Terhune is the author of several short stories and novels including Harvestman, Last Spaceship to Brooklyn and Tribal Malfunctions. He’s a Viable Paradise graduate (VPXII), and an alumni of John Scalzi’s Speculative Fiction Mentorship Group. His acclaimed short story “The Wrong Shoes” was published in the anthology Trust & Treachery. Terhune is an avid gamer and musician recording and performing under the name Cathode Ray Tube. In addition to his regular prose output he is currently writing and drawing the graphic novel entitled “Bunnyhead: Tales from the Corrupted Era.” Chang Terhune resides with his family in Scarborough on Maine’s southern coast, which he considers at least somewhat haunted by the ghosts of Hessian warlock/mercenaries.

Side projects: Ampron Aubide, Brittney Sparse, The Dubtologist, Uncle Wriggily.
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