A psychedelic synthpop meditation on dreams, the romance of travel, the uncanny desert night, and technology approaching obsolescence. If Tears For Fears collaborated with 1970-era Steve Reich, you might get something like this. Based on a painting by Georgy Nissky and a time-lapse video of two vintage railroad semaphores in the New Mexico desert. [more inside]
Next from Anthemic comes a much more abstract interpretation of a much more obscure anthem, from a country many more people are prone to forget exists. It's also, probably, my personal favourite track of the whole album. I'd like to think it very deftly stomps through the full spectrum of brilliance and stupidity, at any and all times. [more inside]
So closes another chapter of the Gyrophonic discography. We end Step Outside with two tracks, which elide into each other. The second track begins around the 4'20" mark. [more inside]
A little experiment in the ambient/minimalist Steve Reich/Mike Oldfield vein. [more inside]
I'm catching up with myself, finally. [more inside]
There's a way in at the back. It sounds better inside.
One of many one note grooves I recorded back in the day [more inside]
Cheap Cheap Imitation Imitation [more inside]
This recording is an experiment to see how well Ableton Live handles a performance of Terry Riley's "In C". (more inside)
A track built upon Oswaldian traditions, cutting up German minimalist electronic samples with a bit of piano from the Romantic era.