We Used To Be Free

by Eric Maltz

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"Eric Maltz has taken a unique approach to songwriting, in which he chose to take singular parts and make them into a whole rather than starting with an album theme and breaking it into parts. The result is one of the most intriguing and immersive EPs I have heard in a very long time….Each song is different and will give you a different experience and interpretation; all together, they offer a glimpse into the mind of a true artist when freedom to think and create is exercised."

-Dimiera Harris - The Equal Ground


We Used To Be Free is a collection of songs by Eric Maltz. Beginning in February of 2013, Eric decided to write and release a new song for free download every month, until an album of 8 songs had been created. They vary in genre and scope, from solo piano to latin hip-hop.
Each single has it's own custom cover art create by Eric. The Album cover features a painting by artist and glassworker Michael Potecha.

Read the wonderful write up by Demiera Harris from The Equal Ground: www.theequalground.com/1/post/2014/03/eric-maltz-we-used-to-be-free.html

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released February 2, 2014

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Eric Maltz Berlin, Germany

Eric Maltz is an upcoming producer from New York City and now based in Berlin. After debuting live at the Berlin Atonal festival, Eric is steadily releasing 12”s on his own live electronics focused imprint, Flower Myth.

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