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Two live sets from Expo '70's 2010 Fall US tour six days apart from one-another. First set in Kansas City, MO at Halcyon (R.I.P.), a second hand store for collectable toys, magazines, vinyl, music instruments and more. Second set at Dunes in Portland, OR local dive bar with Hellraiser playing before the set started.


Expo '70 was a one man show during this tour, manning guitar, analog drum machine and synth creating a continuous set of cosmic consciousness in the tradition of great German Kosmische pioneers Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze. Justin Wright would sit with his back to the audience an immerse himself in the sound, playing along with colored lights melting into the backdrop while manipulating an array of pedals and switching from instruments, building layers of cascading drones and rhythms fading in and out of each other on the fly live. 30+ minutes each set.


Limited Edition CS/CD edition on Sonic Meditations

100 Cassettes with Riso printed covers on French Kraft stock

50 Vinyl Etched CDs in screen printed Arigato kraft CD cases - SOLD OUT




EXPO 70 "Mother Universe Has Birthed Her Last Cosmos"

LP / CS / 2XCD

Collects the Universal Tonge and Small Doses "Ostara" 3"CDr tracks that have never been re-released. Newly mastered, the LP/CS downloads include 2 out-of-print cassette-only releases from Gold Soundz, "Woolgather Visions" and "Mechanical Elements". "Mother Universe..." features Matt Hill from Umberto on analog drum machine, synth and bass alongside Justin Wright's tripped-out guitar ambiance. The session was hugely inspired by Manuel Göttsching's legendary recording "E2E4".


Zoharum: 2XCD in mini gatefold sleeve

Disc 1: "Mother Universe Has Birthed Her Last Cosmos" & "Ostara".

Disc 2: "Woolgather Visions" & "Mechanical Elements" (Gold Soundz limited cassettes)


Sonic Meditations LP/CS

Edition of 300LP (200 black / 100 color - SOLD OUT)

Edition of 100 cassettes  - SOLD OUT




Expo Seventy "Evolution" LP / CD / CS

Artist Series Shirts - Available on Bandcamp!