Creel Pone V/A “Electronic Music University of Melbourne” (Australia) CP044 CDr
... why is the synthi 100 so impressive ? simply put, volume ::
... would you look at that thing !!! daunting ... i can only imagine the amount of headaches and brain-stem rot that went on went on whilst uni students tried to get their heads around the twin patch-matrices ...
... the 6 composers on this disc all put in fine efforts making sense of the intricacies of this then-new technology, with all turning in excellent pieces ranging from the tick-tock krautrock of gary wright’s “impulse” to the kosugi / c. spencer-yeh-ish violin-noise / synthi freakout of chris wyatt’s “conversations” to ... however the hell one would describe / compare the dense / freaked-out analogue mess of ken guntar’s “three mobiles” (okay; ill try... douglas leedy’s ghost bathed in balvenie 17 year “very old”, imbibed by akos rozmann - is that esoteric enough for you?) ...
... just dripping vintage-era electronic soul out of every orifice ... behemoth.
creel pone press release ::
this creel pone edition includes:1 x crystal-clear resealable polypropylene cd sleeve with a black / silver foil stamp affixed to the exterior1 x single-sided six-color inkjet-printed hand-cut glossy-photo-stock booklet1 x four-color inkjet-printed compact disc recordable in a high-density round-bottom cd sleeve..."
-KFW, Mimaroglu Music Sales
1 impulse gary wright (2.34)
2 conversations 1 chris wyatt (7.53)
3 panels v paul turner (4.06)
4 dedicated to a perceptive experience greg riddell (8.36)
1 mirrors ken guntar (7.34)
2 three mobiles peter tahourdin (14.15)
"... remarkably consistent collection of pieces composed / executed between 1973 and 1979 by students at the university of melbourne on the megabeast of modulars: the ems synthi 100 (now...
is back-ordered. We will ship it separately in 10 to 15 days.