Listen to and Support The Optimum Impact of Hope #MoreInCommon #NewMusicFriday

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This year musically speaking has been a very good one for me indeed with so far two albums and two singles released. Friday 28th October is no exception in terms of new music. Alongside my new single Could You Ever Be at Peace with Yourself? I am very happy and honoured to announce that I am supporting the Hope Not Hate #MoreInCommon compilation which will be released on Bandcamp 28/10/16 with my track The Optimum Impact Of Hope. The track will be available only on this release. You can stream the track below via SoundCloud. The track was mastered gratis as way of donation by Loz Gill at Fat As Funk Mastering. Please support this important charity release by buying a copy of the whole compilation here for only £5 GBP. More information on the nearly 100 artists involved in this compilation can be found here in an article on God is in the TV ZineSimon Tucker, the organiser of this release has written a great blog on how the idea for this fabulous and diverse compilation came about. It’s really well worth a read.

Published by: Sheer Zed

• Electronic Musician • Artist • Shaman • Born in Newport, South Wales, Sheer Zed started singing at the age of six. He showed an interest in audio production, producing experimental tape shows in his bedroom at the age of eleven and started to write songs at sixteen. With a strong leaning to electronic based music, Sheer Zed recorded an industrial electronic album "Electro-Punk ’86" during the mid 1980’s. Festivals and numerous radio shows such as The Dark Outside, The Phantom Circuit, The Numbers Broadcast, Frome FM's Homely Remedies and The Alrealon Musique Show have all featured Sheer Zed’s peculiar brand of outsider electronics. For over thirty years Sheer Zed has worked with many artists, collectives and groups. Louder Than War reviewed Sheer Zed's music as "extraordinary", "immersive" and "exciting". CompulsionOnline described Sheer Zed's music as "absorbing and intricate", "surreal" and "invigorating". TQ Music Zine declared Sheer Zed's music "a tour de force". Cool and Strange Music Magazine said his music was "Mithraic". The artist Val Denham stated that Sheer Zed was a "fire eating freak of god damn nature!" Jonathan Ross, the UK TV mogul during the late 1990's called Sheer Zed "A f**king nuisance!". The Bandcamp compilations Terse Greetings 2015 from Australia’s Severed Heads, Several by Several (a compilation supporting the late great John Several) and the 95 track #MoreInCommon Hope Not Hate compilation promoting peace and tolerance have all featured Sheer Zed’s eclectic electronic music •

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