Annual Music & Art festival held in Atlanta for 4 years and running.
Klimchak & Jim "Sensitive Chaos" perform at Bribing the Buddha at Space Rock Con 2009. Expect abient music with unpredictable bursts of percussion & noise... It's all improvised. We don't know what we're doing until we do it!
Different Skies Electronic Music Festival An evening of original electronic and experimental space music written by participants from around the world
Sounds Like: Jean Michel Jarre, BRIAN ENO/ DARK SHARK, Tangerine Dream, Ulrich Schnauss, Orbital
Label: Subsequent Records, Ephemeral Radio
Manager: Jim Combs
Bio: Everyone has their favorite holiday music memories. I grew up with my parent’s collection of ‘60s holiday albums which we would stack on the turntable and play over and over from Thanksgiving to the end of the year. Famous voices, choirs, organs, pianos, and bells. Music that immediately brings b...See Full Bio
: Sensitive Chaos 'Amerisynthecana' jumps to #15 on Zone Music Reporter Top 100 Radio Airplay for June 2013. http://t.co/DT4IRg2ff7
“Jim Combs is back in his Sensitive Chaos guise, quite intent on fully captivating you with a mix of uptempo electronica, world-fusion accents and lush ambient spaces. Seeker After Patterns is filled with deft switches of identity that showcase Combs’ range of expression. He also pulls in contributions from a handful of electronic/ambient heavy hitters. Seeker After Patterns is a true look at how diverse and talented a musician Combs is. On his own, he can churn playful electronics like “Psychic Twins of Gemini,” which is just plain fun and which reminds me of my favorite Sensitive Chaos track, “Nightshift at the Baby Mecha Nursery” from Leak, or craft ambient flows with a soft hand. He collaborates beautifully and is obviously very much in his element in a live setting. Outside of all that, Seeker After Patterns is just a great listen that stands up to repeat plays thanks to its variety and quality. Which is why it’s a Hypnagogue Highly Recommended CD.”