Category: Classic Rock

Fixation Pulse - John Chantler - Which Way To Leave? (CD, Album)

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  1. Chantler experimented with combining modular synths and pipe organ for his subsequent concerts, as well as Still Light, Outside, issued by Skivbolaget in The following year, Room40 released Chantler's most melodic album to date, Which Way to Leave?, which featured contributions from Thorén and avant-garde cellist Okkyung Lee. The sprawling Tomorrow Is Too Late appeared in ~ Paul .
  2. Aug 31,  · The lead cut on Which Way to Leave?, “Falling Forward” signals a rude change from the church-organ charged sound of Stockholm–based Aussie modular synthesist John Chantler’s last album, Still Light, Outside (, ROOM40).. It’s a much less texturally clotted sound, closer in tone and attack to classic, late 90s raw-glitch electronica of Pita and Rehberg & Bauer than to the.
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  6. In his mid-sixties when this disc was released, Robin Trower seems to be getting more productive as he ages. This is the guitarist's fourth album in three years, including a studio and live project on which he shared top billing with Jack wordheasydkumadetexanchonddisderes.coinfoat surprisingly, there is no drop-off in quality.
  7. Fixation Pulse. Sound artist John Chantler, ex-pat Australian living in Stockholm, impressed us to no small degree with his album Still. Continue reading. 28/01/ Ed Pinsent. Alternative Angles. Nigel Samways has passed this way a couple of times, first with his Nuclear Beach record in .
  8. Modular synth wizard John Chantler prepares a new album of compositions for Room40, all recorded at his home in Stockholm and at the infamous EMS studio. Relocating from London to Stockholm recently, Which Way to Leave? explores the concept of familiarity and unfamiliarity through processed drones and concrete-esque chop and change techniques.

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