[ *Ambient Audio Respite]
A slightly caustic & predominantly minimalistic Jazz/Ether Jazz (incorporating ECM piano stylists) mix inspired by a recent release from the Daelman/Serries/Troch trio & online buddy Thomas Park’s minimal techno field composition (which leads off); and serendipitously comprised [75%] of other trios!
The title describes the sparse opening moments of this project as well as the fact that it was recorded @ 3:13AM – dead air space.
01 Thomas Park – North Side Three Thirteen AM (excerpt)
02 Jan Daelman, Dirk Serries & Thijs Troch – C (excerpt)
03 Jack DeJohnette, Matt Garrison & Ravi Coltrane – Blue in Green
04 Kronos Quartet – Sofia Gubaidulina Quartet No 2
05 Jan Daelman, Dirk Serries & Thijs Troch – D (excerpt)
06 Ginger Baker Trio – Skeleton
07 Wolfert Brederode Trio – Fall
08 Nels Cline, Tim Berne & Jim Black – Momento
09 Vijay Iyer Trio – Wrens
10 Colin Vallon Trio – Tinguely
11 Henry Butler – Reflections
There is a certain nostalgia here both in the sound of this album and its provenance. David Lee Myers (1949- ) is perhaps best known for his work under the rubric of Arcane Device from 1987-1993. Under that name one finds 23 albums on the discogs web site.
Myers has collaborated with people like Asmus Tietchens (1947- ), a German electronic composer (with a hefty discography), Kim Cascone (1955- ), an American electronic composer and producer, Marco Oppedisano (1971- ), an American guitarist and composer, Ellen Band, an American electronic composer, and Tod Dockstader (1932-2015), among others. His output has been in the electronic music genre, i.e. no live components and he works in a style which he calls, “feedback music”. Like Dockstader, Myers has worked outside of the academy and has relied upon home made electronics and techniques he has developed over the years…
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My kind of glitchy techno . . .standout track: She Dressed In Grey
Ambient-Glitch-Electronica | 79:25
Fractaline ambient gum-drops & expanding/evolving aural symmetry set out upon a wave-table…just for you!
01 Lena – Meeting by the Cliff
02 Ran Kirlian – Dreissia Veiox
03 Freq. Magnet – Nitrous
04 The Winterhouse – Beneath The Grey Walls
05 Droneforest – Forest Floor
06 M. Peck – Somna
07 Krill.Minima – Einsiedelstein
08 Chris Russell – Revive
09 Ulf Lohmann – My Pazifik
10 Robert Rich – Poppy Fields
11 Jan Jelinek – Western Mimikry
12 Thomas Fehlmann – Camilla
released July 30, 2016
Featuring audiological explorations by Field Lines Cartographer, Pulselovers, Magpahi, Howlround, Vic Mars, Unit One, A Year In The Country, Keith Seatman, Grey Frequency, Time Attendant, Listening Center, Polypores and David Colohan.
The Quietened Cosmologists is a reflection on space exploration projects that have been abandoned and/or that were never realised, of connected lost or imagined futures and dreams, the intrigue and sometimes melancholia of related derelict sites and technological remnants that lie scattered and forgotten.
It takes as its initial starting points the shape of the future’s past via the discarded British space program of the 1950s to 1970s; the sometimes statuesque and startling derelict artifacts and infrastructure from the Soviet Union’s once far reaching space projects; the way in which manned spaceflight beyond Earth’s orbit/to the moon and the associated sense of a coming space age came to be largely put to one side after the 1969 to 1972 US Apollo flights.
Granular ambient, glitch, fizz, fuzz & drone.Counterpointed doppelgängers across a synapse or 2. Solace, quietude…& Russian demarcation..!
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01 Markus Guentner – Redshift
02 Zero Ohms – Peace of the Pi
03 åpne sinn; – A White Space (for DGS)
04 Steve Roach – Touchstones
05 Oophoi & Paul Vnuk, Jr. – Awua
06 Nunc Stans – The Clarity Of Darkness
07 Aidan Baker – Everywhere
08 Saul Stokes – Open Your Eyes Maitreya
09 Robert Fripp & Brian Eno – Lupus
10 O Yuki Conjugate – Sunlessglare
11 Robert Davies – Between The Crevices
12 Chris Russell – Tundra
13 Brian Eno – Stedelijk
14 Robert Scott Thompson – Song of the Standing Stone