Category: Rock

  1. Arashit Reply
    Check out Cursor Miner on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  2. Kazrajora Reply
    Danceflaw (Lo51) by Cursor Miner, released 1. This Is Electro 2. Hair Of The Dog 3. Cursor Miner Feels Good 4.
  3. Akikazahn Reply
    Combining pure dancefloor anthems, dirty twisted breaks, off the wall experimentation and pop sensibilities, all with a good dose of social commentary, Cursor Miner aka Robert Tubb has been likened as what would happen if Beck and Bowie combined with Kraftwerk and Autechre in the middle of an early nineties illegal rave.
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    Jul 27,  · Cursor Miner Articles and Media. These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic sources so we can measure and improve the performance of our site.
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    Cursor Miner, Category: Artist, Albums: Danceflaw, Danceflaw, Cursor Miner Plays God, An Explosive Piece of Mind, Singles: Vampire Acid, Nonon, Dressed as a Clown, The Crush Before Collapsing, Hair Of The Dog, Top Tracks: Ain`t Talking About Love, Vampire Acid, Owl Massage Acid, Danceflaw, Hair Of The Dog, Biography: b. Robert Tubb, Chichester, West Sussex, England. ‘The name Cursor Miner .
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    Download Danceflaw by Cursor Miner at Juno Download. Listen to this and millions more tracks online. Danceflaw. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release. These tracks cannot be purchased individually but are available to download as part of the release.
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    CD packaging and promo poster for Cursor Miner’s third studio album on Lo Recordings. This packaging features custom typography we created especially for the project and a series of images we created from original photography by Jake Walters. — Cursor Miner Danceflaw Lo Recordings
  8. Samuzil Reply
    Electronica maverick Cursor Miner deploys his fourth album, a journey into the lawless frontiers of pop music where just about anything can happen. Oddball opener 'Reject' is what you'd imagine Depeche Mode jamming around a campfire might sound like, while the more circuit-centric 'The Golem Of Bognor Regis' lurches more conscientiously in the direction of an electro influence, whilst also.