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Alex Sharp Cole

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    Remember to Smile
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    A Moment is a Universe, Existing in Permanence
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    Kisssssss (this moment I might misssssss)
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    Alex Sharp Cole: City Boy (For Piano and Human)
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If David Bowie, Neil Young & John Lennon took a road trip to Burning Man, in the car they’d play Alex’s mixtape — a music of varied influences, with one underlying factor.
Alex Sharp Cole is a traveler, crossing prescribed genres of music & art as he has crossed borders of countries in his life. Now an expat artist in Sweden.
Synchronistic events cause the timeline to tangent in the multiverse. Every revolution is triggered by the precise coincidence of time, place & personality which, when aligned, can give rise to new and unprecedented movements in the course of human events, at what often seems like just the right moment in history (ex: Paris in the 20’s; Liverpool in the early 1960’s..)
These are moments when Humans are ready to open their minds.

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

Submadregun experiments w/ music’s potential to focus human energy. It debut as sound art at a San Francisco gallery (2003) & with artist, Will Epps, started a “Musical Art” movement.
Story continued on his official website ->
@www.alexsharpcole.com/synchronicity-and-cultural-revolution

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