Damian Tangram' aka ‘The Good Omen’ creates Live Electronica that is ambient, rhythmic and clear, with distinctive melodies.
Performance encompasses the feel of hardware: with a combination of analogue monophonic synthesizers, digital multi-timbered sound modules, sequencers and FX units with real time control.
Strange emanations, improvisations and multi-layered sequences means that every performance is unique experience.
Influences come from diverse background such:
Jean M Jarre, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Kitaro, Klaus Schultze and also Asian (particularly Sri Lankan) musical styles..
New CD Album coming in 2020 called "Solar System."
The album is about to be pressed and is due to be released soon.
Original emanations, improvisations and multi-layered sequences means that every performance is unique experience.
Damian Tangram has completed the sound track for a Movie called Sawamika (Having an Owner).
Other projects include the ‘Journey of Hope’ Tsunami Benefit Concert which was performed at the Melbourne Town Hall before an audience of 2000 patrons. He composed new pieces for the Ballet.
Re-Sound verses Clan Analogue.
Recent Live performances:
January 2019 Live Performance at
"Swamplands" Live Venue
Regularly performs live at:
Musicland Live Venue, Fawkner, Melbourne Australia
April 2016, 2018 & 2019
Broadmeadows Street Festival.
Sponsored by Hume City Council and Clan Analogue.
Live at the Ascot Hotel
(2019) Solar System -CD -
(2016) ASIECH - CD - iTunes Remastered
(2015) Gear Shift: Best of Clan Analogue's 2014 Jam Sessions
(2015) - Music for a Better Millennium - iTunes Remastered
(2013) - Dawasa (This Day) - CD - Phoenix Distribution
(2009) - Movie Soundtrack - Saswamika (Having an Owner) - DVD. (Credited as Damian Murphy)
(2008) - 'Sigiria' individual track released on the 'Sampler Sythesis 5' compilation - CD.
(2007) - 'Sleepless' individual track released on the 'Sampler Sythesis 4' compilation - CD.
(2004) - ‘Journey of Hope’ Tsunami Benefit Concert. Composed new music for the ballet segment of the concert. Damian also edited and premixed all the music used in the concert that was performed before an audience of 2000 patrons at the Melbourne Town Hall. - DVD
(2001) - Asiech - EP - CD
(2000) - Music for a Better Millennium - CD
(1993) - Forbidden Temple - Audio Cassette (Credited as Damian Murphy)
Damian Tangram - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mb: 0407 360 083 Intl: +61 407 360 083