Twilight Sessions volume eleven

on BingSatellites 2013
05/29/2013 Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
1,191 downloads
play_arrow pause play_arrow
more_horiz
  • playlist_add Add to Playlist
  • file_download Download
play_arrow pause play_arrow
more_horiz
  • playlist_add Add to Playlist
  • file_download Download
play_arrow pause play_arrow
more_horiz
  • playlist_add Add to Playlist
  • file_download Download
play_arrow pause play_arrow
more_horiz
  • playlist_add Add to Playlist
  • file_download Download
play_arrow pause play_arrow
more_horiz
  • playlist_add Add to Playlist
  • file_download Download
play_arrow pause play_arrow
more_horiz
  • playlist_add Add to Playlist
  • file_download Download
play_arrow pause play_arrow
more_horiz
  • playlist_add Add to Playlist
  • file_download Download
play_arrow pause play_arrow
more_horiz
  • playlist_add Add to Playlist
  • file_download Download
play_arrow pause play_arrow
more_horiz
  • playlist_add Add to Playlist
  • file_download Download
The latest album of live, improvised ambient music. Also available on double CD from bingsatellites.bandcamp.com Well, it is finally here. Nearly ten months after volume 10, comes the eleventh volume on the Twilight Sessions series. Recorded during April and May 2013, the album is a collection of quiet, improvised ambient songs performed on guitar (a fair bit of ebow too), piano and my usual selection of synths. It is the first Twilight Sessions album to be released on CD. The previous albums will be released on CD over the next few months. The music is played into a long, slowly decaying loop. These loops are quite long (often around 90 seconds or more) and with very little rhythm to speak of, it is difficult to know precisely where I am in the loop, so I can add notes and sounds where I see fit, but can never know exactly what I am adding these notes to. Therefore, it must be said that although I am the one making these sounds and creating this music, much of it is down to…
The latest album of live, improvised ambient music. Also available on double CD from bingsatellites.bandcamp.com Well, it is finally here. Nearly ten months after volume 10, comes the eleventh volume on the Twilight Sessions series. Recorded during April and May 2013, the album is a collection of quiet, improvised ambient songs performed on guitar (a fair bit of ebow too), piano and my usual selection of synths. It is the first Twilight Sessions album to be released on CD. The previous albums will be released on CD over the next few months. The music is played into a long, slowly decaying loop. These loops are quite long (often around 90 seconds or more) and with very little rhythm to speak of, it is difficult to know precisely where I am in the loop, so I can add notes and sounds where I see fit, but can never know exactly what I am adding these notes to. Therefore, it must be said that although I am the one making these sounds and creating this music, much of it is down to serendipity.
keyboard_arrow_down Continue reading (13)
keyboard_arrow_up Show less
(( player next ))