Ex-Makenoiser Dash Lewis returns with a new set of deeply-creviced compositions for voice and modular synthesizer. All tracks are performed live, and in this four-song suite, Dash's talent for loop building and deconstruction shines.
Pieces flourish with a breadth of emotion; constantly building and churning. Heavy waves of bass cascade upon gentle layers of vocal chanting. Lights shimmer from deep within the void.
The witness is treated to a truly organic experience as vocal layers intertwine with sequenced patterns and thunderous drones. Gardener exemplifies a true "Die Mensch-Maschine" ethos. When coupled with live construction of vocal knots, one can easily appreciate the synthesizer as an actual cyber-entity as well as performative instrument.
released September 20, 2016
written, recorded, and mixed january/february 2016 in richmond, va
mastered by sean mccann
art by joseph bastardo
modular synth, voice, pedals
thanks to rae whitlock, kirikou the dog, kyle landstra, colin blanton, joe bastardo, tom meluch
supported by 8 fans who also own “Heavy Everything”
A warm, creamy kind of electronic psychedelia that invites deep exploration, soaring fantasies, and a comfortable seat from which to survey the majesty of life's feast. Favorite release of 2016. Josh Landes