Loving this release from Benge. Created with various items from his outrageous, in fact disgraceful, collection of rare and beautiful synthesisers, it sounds simply lovely.
Nathan Moody just keeps on delivering. Beautiful:
Some nice modular free jazz by Worwell:
This is a bit special. An excellent piece by Bana Haffar, performed live on a custom Make Noise modular system, with no overdubs. From the EP: Matiere. It’s one of those tracks which prompts you to ask yourself if you can up your own game.
Études I: Blue Box is a beautiful piece of work by Nathan Moody. The ten tracks were created using a small modular system, based primarily on the wonderful Mannequins modules. The music carries an impressive emotional heft and the liberal use of distortion, saturation and rectification is gorgeous.
It’s one of those releases that captures what modular is all about and makes you question what you’re doing. Wonderful.
Some machine jazz from Steevio:
and here’s a walk-through:
Robert Lowe is charismatic, intelligent and a fine modular synthesist. His performances are generally patched on the day rather than pre-prepared. He understands what modular is fundamentally about: the moment.