MP3 Goodbye July - Basura Blanca
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Goodbye July is the side project of Paul Rijnders from Anything Box.
11 MP3 Songs
POP: with Electronic Production, ELECTRONIC: Pop Crossover
It's a simple story, really:
Paul was born in a Los Angeles suburb and grew up loving the Smiths and Depeche Mode. His first instrument, however, was the accordion, lessons and instrument a generous gift from his loving, working class parents.
After being in an electronic group with (and learning much from) a certain musical genuis Darren Burgos, he had the good fortune of meeting Claude & Dania from Anything Box. They asked him to join the band right as they were signing to Epic Records.
Paul toured the world with Anything Box, but left after a few years to find his soul, his own musical voice, and to go back to school. While on this search, he worked briefly in a band called Practice Faith with Keith Milo (Keith later joined the new Cause & Effect).
Somewhere in this time, Paul put out a cassette only collection of synthpop songs called "Paul Rijnders is Dead". There's only a few of these known to exist.
Somewhere in this time also, Paul bought a guitar and performed in coffee houses in Orange County. Some of these songs and some of the synthpop demo songs (along with a few new ones) were eventually recorded on a digital 4 track and became the songs of Basura Blanca.
Sometime again, during this nebulous time, Paul was asked to go back on tour with Anything Box. Claude always being his best friend and mentor, Paul didn't hesitate to get back in Anything Box where he belonged.
It was during this recording time (Paul was renting two rooms in a house with friends - one to sleep in, one to record in) that Paul met Cheryl Kunkel. Cheryl was a goth girl that turned raver. She and her boyfriend Johan talked Paul into going to a rave. All recording stopped as Paul explored house, trance, and jungle music. Goodbye July even put out a nineteen minute four song dance medley on 12 inch on Kult Litre Records. If you see the Embrace Megamix anywhere, buy it. It's very rare now.
The plan was to put out a whole dance album called "I after E" but the party ended. The brain can only take so much going out to places like that! Paul settled in, focused, and finished Basura Blanca. And that's how we got here, boys and girls!
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