I’ve made and released (independently, via bandcamp) my first digital only electronic album.
It’s quite different from any album I’ve released before in that it was conceived and executed in one week.
I took the week off, as a break recording my day job (new songs album) in June 2020. I was interested in the idea of music based around a central module, which would influence the whole piece. I chose Ieaskul F. Mobenthey’s Dunst, a noise and random digital noise generator. It creates the initial noise and shape to each piece. I recorded 6. I thought 4 were worth listening to.

It’s four quite long pieces, me playing my modular synthesizer, once the patch was constructed, recorded in real time to stereo.

Each piece has a painting, digitized, attached, by my friend Samantha Keely Smith, from her Aerial collection. I think the music and the art work really well together, which is why I asked her. Thankfully, she agreed.

I hope you enjoy.

You can find it here.