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Alex Sharp Cole

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After completing film school in Boulder, Colorado, Alex Sharp Cole drove across America from the northern border of Canada to Mexico, from East coast to West, camping, living in hostels, looking for "the ideal place to live." His intention was to immerse himself in an environment that was conducive to the creation of his own music...
to find that synchronicity of place and time that, in his mind, would be the perfect combination of place and personality — the synchronistic set of circumstances that make a new cultural movement happen at just the right moment in history.

Finding a shack on a beach in Mexico which he rented for 30 US dollars /month (and managing, despite the tide rising below him under the floorboards, to record instrumentation for several of the tracks with a Triton keyboard that would one day be part of the album, "Submadreamgun") he drove back North with his keyboard, settling on Austin, Texas. In Austin, he rented a room in a shared flat with University of Texas students and that is where he recorded his vocals.

It was here he finished this first album - the experimental-electronica /electroacoustic work, “Submadreamgun.” -experimenting with music’s potential to focus human energy. 

He made Submadreamgun as a sound art installation which debut in 2003... he met artist Will Epps, then-student at the San Frans. Institute of Art, and began to formulate his “MUSIC IS ART” movement..See http://www.alexsharpcole.com/synchronicity-and-cultural-revolution

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