For anyone with their pulse on cutting edge music, Neel is synonymous with quality. He’s one half of the critically acclaimed duo, Voices From The Lake (with Donato Dozzy), and here he teams up with his studio partner, Filippo Scorcucchi. The pair present a project called LF58 (named after Neel’s mastering/recording studio in Rome) for our latest installment in the Late Night Innominate series. Three untitled ambient tracks all created with modular synthesizers, full of emotion and technical brilliance. Also worth noting, side A is over 16 minutes of pure bliss!
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This is the first ambient release from ASC on Auxiliary, since 2011’s collaborative album with Sam KDC – Decayed Society. As with the majority of ASC’s recent work, this release continues the theme of his fascination with space. The term ‘Trans-Neptunian Objects’ refers to dwarf planets and asteroids that lay beyond Neptune, and are usually found in the Kuiper Belt. With that being said, you can fathom a guess that this album is seriously deep space ambient, and you wouldn’t be wrong. A total of eight tracks spanning 73, which take you to the deepest regions of our solar system.
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Title: Family Affair Vol. 6 (Part2)
Release Date: June 23rd, 2017
Cover Art: Stella Gelesh
Cat No: SYYK065
Steyoyoke’s Family Affair series returns to mark its 6th release to date. The second half of this double release features remixes by Steyoyoke core producers Soul Button, Dahu and Nick Devon.
Dahu’s startling opener packs a tremendous punch. His rendition of Nick Devon’s ‘Devotion’ features a pulsating landscape of submerged arps and distorted bass controlled by a brutally efficient groove.
Nick Devon returns the favour by applying his talents to Dahu’s ‘Never’. A hectic smattering of percussions and toms set the scene for this aesthetic piece of throbbing techno as ethereal synths weave in and out taking the listener on a spectral journey through Neverland.
Soul Button delivers his second contribution to Family Affair 6 with his Aurora Remix for Clawz SG’s ‘Solace’. An inventive groove full of tambourines and shakers merges with blissful melodies providing a soothing contrast within the EP.
Finally, Nick Devon offers one for the soul in his Ambient Remix of Dahu’s ‘Never’. Building on the soul touching keys of the original, Nick Devon elevates the track to astral heights, displaying the more remote corners of his stunning auditory spectrum.
Steyoyoke’s 6th edition of the Family Affair project is a jack of all trades, boasting melodic soundscapes and explosive floor fillers alike.
01. Nick Devon – Devotion (Dahu Remix)
02. Dahu – Never (Nick Devon Remix)
03. Clawz SG – Solace (Soul Button’s Aurora Remix)
04. Dahu – Never (Nick Devon Ambient Version)
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This track came from a visual collaboration with a mathematical artist who works under the name Cornus Ammonis. He creates simulations of pattern formation, using ideas originally created by Alan Turing in his attempts to explain and model the mathematics of living systems. These systems create beautiful warping interacting layers of simulated substances, and we thought this visual effect could lend itself well to an imagined alien planetary surface with some unknown form of geological process – molten landscapes. You can see that here – https://vimeo.com/217964169
It’s a slowly evolving hypnotic visual process, so the music has the same form, with a repetitive syncopated two note motif playing under a gradually developing chord structure which becomes ever more layered. It’s all about atmosphere and sitting back to let it wash over I think, it’s not a sharply defined piece, and it needs to be given some time to develop, but hopefully the result is worth the time you give it.
I used my usual Prophet 8 for the chords, and then layered over some Absynth pads later on, with a Moog Sub 37 bass coming in much later for the main punctuation point, even though that’s a fairly subtle change, I love it when that rumbling low harmony finally arrives after you think it never will. I used some percussive sounds from Felix’s Machine’s sample pack for this, and plenty of semi-generative detailing with Max for Live tools mainly.
After Cornus Ammonis had created a load of stock video sequences using his models, I then passed the footage on to Morgan Beringer (who created the awesome Unbounded video from Emergence). Morgan applied his trademark processing style to the previously raw footage in order to blend and layer, and make the whole visual have a lot more smooth movement and rich organic feel. Sorry that’s not a very technical description of what he did, but hopefully you’ll know what I mean when you see it!
The artwork is by Colin Droz, using Chromosomal folding images created by Mikhail Spivakov, Csilla Varnai and Andy Lomas as part of the wider Chromos EP which this track is part of – links to the rest of the project here:
From the Chromos EP – released 26 May [MESH]
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For awhile we all knew him as Ayla’s awesome drummer, Brian Parks. But then he started playing us some of his own music, and well…. it is exquisitely beautiful. Please welcome Brian aka @GrandfatherGold to the Jumpsuit Records family. Get ready for the next Jumpsuit Records release from Grandfather Gold coming shortly. Here’s one of his first singles to whet your whistle.
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I did a completely new recording and arrangement for the song “We Only Have Forever” from my latest album Dear Avalanche – the original version is very up-tempo and epic, and so it was a challenge to redo the song in a very intimate and soft way, using mainly a piano and strings.
Goes to show how different a piece of music can be, even if the notes are all the same.
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