MATRIXSYNTH: Luke Slater, Anthony Child, Tom Moth | DIALOGUE#2

Tuesday, August 03, 2021

Luke Slater, Anthony Child, Tom Moth | DIALOGUE#2

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Featuring the Pin Electronics Portabella and Analogue Solutions Collossus.

"Visual capture of the DIALOGUE process. Music performed by Luke Slater, Anthony Child and Tom Moth, mixed by Luke Slater at Spacestation Ø. Music taken from Luke Slater with Anthony Child, KMRU, Lady Starlight, Speedy J & Tom Moth | DIALOGUE out June 25, 2021 [download] | August 2021 [2x12"] on A-TON [A-TON LP13] Buy the album: Listen at Bandcamp: DIALOGUE was conceived as a series of musical letters written back and forth between Luke Slater, Anthony Child (aka Surgeon), KMRU, Lady Starlight, Speedy J and harpist Tom Moth (of Florence + the Machine) at the height of the pandemic between 2020 and early 2021. Using the common language of rhythmic ambient electronics, each DIALOGUE features three actors in a sonic conversation of longform improvisation between 15 and 25 minutes in length, with Luke Slater the common denominator. The results are a brooding, psychedelic exchange of melody, texture, bass, oscillation, key changes and volume swells, which organically merge into complete compositions. It’s music that both reflects and transcends the artists' common reality of isolation – a meditative, consciousness-expanding conversion of musical ideas born from necessity. Cosmic but not escapist. And very much of its time. Written & performed by Luke Slater, Anthony Child, Tom Moth Published by Mute Song, Copyright Control Mixed by Luke Slater at Spacestation Ø Mastered by Andreas Kauffelt at Schnittstelle Mastering & Vinylschnitt, Berlin Artwork by Christoph Keller. Layout by Yusuf Etiman. Release page:"

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