All good sagas are best left with an epic ending. This is the last chapter of our story weaving the last subtitles of the tale and leaving us with a wonderment and a sense of resolve. This event was planned from the beginning to go thru it's stages of development and end on the forth evening. We would be honored to have you at the last of the showcase, and help us end this saga with a climatic finish. The plot thickens with ambient development by: Gel Sol Carl Sagan's Ghost Rich la Chapelle Chiyona Mary Gossard (live keyboard) We will also be having some stellar live art by Jeremiah Hammer. Interesting edibles provided by Phi and Beck. More details will become clear as the story develops. We look forward to seeing you there!
Sounds Like: Ulrich Schnauss, Tycho, Lusine, Boards Of Canada, HOLY OTHER
Label: Ember Music, Ember Music
Bio: I am an electronic musician, filmmaker, and graphic designer based in Maple Valley, WA. I am also Co-founder, curator, Art-Director and artist for the Ember Music Label (www.embermusic.com). I love all things Ableton, Mac, iPhone, synthesizer and more. I have been involved in creating electronic ...See Full Bio
"The General Analysis of Nature", the first EP by artist Kurt Lorenz is a challenging and fascinating undertaking of five tracks, each of which plays as a micro-journey through a realm of physics. Separate, each track is a complete idea that is realized by extrapolating a sound-element that acts as a guide. Together, the tracks commune and interweave as microcosms of the multifaceted scope of the nature of the world. All in all: deeply thoughtful. Lots of layers to analyze, fun for the listener who enjoys connecting with sounds and physics. Want to propose a theory as to the general meaning of a pattern? Try out "Eigenvalue" or "Magnetic Moment". Want to meditate? Go for the eerie underworld of "Resonant Sway" or the beauty of "Soliton". Again, not for the pop of heart, but for the thoughtful person who likes an aural puzzle, this EP is a pleasure to hear, again and again.