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Paul Beauchamp

Paul Beauchamp
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Originally from the Piedmont Region of North Carolina at the base of the Appalachian Mountains (Winston-Salem to be exact), now living in the Piemonte Region of Northern Italy at the base of the Alps (Turin to be exact), Paul Beauchamp has been an active experimental musician since 1993.

Focusing principally on drones, loops, soundscapes and atmospheres Paul Beauchamp has experimented in many styles of music and sound with several diverse projects ranging from the sound/art group Diviner to industrial/tribal/noise outfit Sikhara to current electro/acoustic/ambient collaboration Blind Cave Salamander with Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo(Larsen) as well as a new distorted-opera/pop project with Palumbo, Ernesto Tomassini and Evor (of NG) temporarily titled Canes Venatici. This is all in addition, of course, to the solo work of Paul Beauchamp which has ranged in style from dark ambient to intrspectively melodic.
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