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John Mills-Cockell

After a stint in the avant-garde mixed media project "Intersystems" in 1968 and forays into the rock forum the following year with the "Kensington Market" in Toronto and the lesser-known "Hydro Electric Streetcar" out in Vancouver, electronics composer John Mills-Cockell formed the groundbreaking, though criminally ignored, "Syrinx" in 1970. This led to a pair of LPs, the meandering synthwork of 1970's 'Syrinx' and the follow-up 'Long Lost Relatives'.

After a stint in the avant-garde mixed media project "Intersystems" in 1968 and forays into the rock forum the following year with the "Kensington Market" in Toronto and the lesser-known "Hydro Electric Streetcar" out in Vancouver, electronics composer John Mills-Cockell formed the groundbreaking, though criminally ignored, "Syrinx" in 1970. This led to a pair of LPs, the meandering synthwork of 1970's 'Syrinx' and the follow-up 'Long Lost Relatives'.

Member of: Intersystems
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