Transparent Sound
live at Burning Man 2008
Posted by mark charman
on 31 July 2010 (20:57:55)
great tune mate!
Posted by gigeltherobot
on 3 September 2009 (19:00:40)
gr8 one. the 1st mix i listen on this site and is a beautifull one. for what i can see only quality podcast here. best of all guys.
Posted by rod Smith
on 16 August 2011 (05:50:36)
Fully awesome
Transparent Sound's Orson Bramley pays his first visit to the Burning Man festival set in Black Rock City, Nevada
'Burning Man 2008 saw over 49,000 participants revelling in the Black Rock Desert, working together to create the magic metropolis that is Black Rock City. The week was bookended by vicious dust storms, between which Mother Nature graced our encampment with gorgeously placid weather, allowing participants to enjoy the artwork, community and broad expanses of the playa. The Man, standing atop an obelisk bedecked with the flags of all nations, spoke of our American Dream, which is truly a global dream. Saturday's dust storms broke their stranglehold on the city in time to allow the community to gather to watch the Man burn late that night. On Sunday evening, Shrine and Tuktuk's "Basura Sagrada" temple burned before a silently reverent audience, taking with it our community's missives to the great beyond. All told, it was a very successful Burning Man event, however, trying to explain what Burning Man is to someone who has never been is a bit like trying to explain what a particular colour looks like to someone who is blind. For me this is the festival of all festivals. if you get the chance, go!'

Orson Bramley aka Transparent Sound
LA, 2009
Orson Bramley and Martin Brown have been making music under the name Transparent Sound since the mid-nineties and have established themselves as one of the UK's leading electro acts. They have released tracks on their own imprints, Transparent Sound and Orson Records, and labels such as Electrix, Exceptional, Mass Transit and Satamile.

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