Flashbulb, the project of
Chicago's prolific guitarist
Benn Lee Jordan, began his second career as a composer of electronic
dance music in a vein derivative of drum'n'bass and ambient house:
These Open Fields (2001),
Resent and the April Sunshine Shed (2003),
Red Extensions of Me (2004), etc.
Breakcore had increasingly become his specialty by the time he crafted
Kirlian Selections (2005), possibly his artistic zenith,
and an eclectic collection that includes beat-less ambient music as well
as rocking pieces.
After Reunion (2005) and Flexing Habitual (2006), he achieved
another milestone with
Soundtrack to a Vacant Life (2008), possibly his most popular release.
But that was followed by the mediocre Arboreal (2010), the
jazzy Love as a Dark Hallway (2011) and the even more
mediocre Opus at the End of Everything (2012) and
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