The latest section of ‘Sagittarius’. Starting with a bass drone, it’s all quite lazy until the main theme kicks in, and gets more and more energetic until… This is another part of ‘Sagittarius’; most of the writing and recording was finished by February 2012. The final mixing of ‘Sagittarius’ as a whole, along with a […]
Your androids may be happy with electric sheep, but our robots dream of cool vibes, smoky clubs and chilled-out jazz. Here’s what happened when we let them have their way for a while before joining in with a melody, thanks to famous kite-flier Benjamin Franklin. This is a part of ‘Sagittarius’; most of the writing […]
The first published section of ‘Sagittarius’. This dronescape takes it’s name from the sample we used of the voice from the spooky shortwave Number Station ‘Crystal 23’. This is a part of ‘Sagittarius’; most of the writing and recording was finished by February 2012. The final mixing of ‘Sagittarius’ as a whole, along with a […]
“Has a strong mood, and the sort of mysteriousness that Daphne liked.” Brian Eno Not at all what we expected to do next, but here’s our entry for the Science Museum’s ‘Oramix’ competition. ‘Satellites Cry’ is the music imagined for a segment of the 1967 ‘Our World’ programme, the first live TV show bounced around […]
A bit of organ, some relaxed piano, a vocoder choir … and a little trip underwater!
Weighing in at over half an hour, Frostbite is in 9 parts. Hopefully you’ll spot some European influences, particularly from France and Berlin. Note (2 April 2021): Hello again! Re-listening to this for the first time in years (I’ve been a little busy …) I advise you to skip through the Part 2, ‘Frostbite’. It’s […]