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Freedom Planet REmix Album is a fan-made project made entirely by me, Darian Gonzalez.
Information on Circular Ruins.
The Circular Ruins" (Spanish: "Las ruinas circulares") is a short story by Argentine author Jorge Luis Borges. First published in the literary journal Sur in December 1940, it was included in the 1941 collection The Garden of Forking Paths (Spanish: El jardín de senderos que se bifurcan) and the 1944 collection Ficciones. It was first published in English in View (Series V, No. 6 1946), translated by Paul Bowles.
Labyrinths is a set of experimental soundscapes from the Circular Ruins (Anthony Paul Kerby). This CD, like much of his work, gets its inspiration from the eclectic writings of Jorge Luis Borges. Kerby is at his best when he does not limit himself to a set style.
The Circular Ruins are a north London based experimental prog rock band, mixing elements of grunge, stoner rock and heavy.
Real Name: Anthony Paul Kerby. Profile: Ambient soundscapes that range from lush to minimal, interwoven with melodic and rhythmic elements, field recordings, and the occasional sampled voice. Inspired by the curious metaphysical works of the Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges. DBCD 002. The Circular Ruins. Empathy Test (CD, Album). Databloem, Databloem. DOCD 011. Land Of The Blind (CDr). Labyrinths: Selected Stories and Other Writings. Carroll, Lewis (2010). Through the Looking-Glass. Dapía, Silvia G. "Jeff's Borges web site: The Circular Ruins (archived version)". Archived from the original on September 26, 2013. Retrieved 2006-10-28.
The Circular Ruins is Anthony Paul Kerby, from Canada. The music is groove-ambient based, detailed, moving, and inventive. Almost all TCR albums are released on the DataObscura label at ww. ataobscura.
Curious Geometries by The Circular Ruins, released 07 April 2019 1. Looking Backwards 2. Traveling In Circles 3. These Endless Days 4. Persistent Illusions 5. A Thousand Pictures 6. Everything You know There are patterns you will never see, Obscure dimensions and improbable consequences. Unforeseen geometries within which the universe occurs. Perhaps these labyrinths are endless. Perhaps everything you know is just a prelude, A momentary foyer. Perhaps not. We are only human What do we know? - Composed and performed by Anthony Paul Kerby, 2018-2019. Mastering and design by APK.