Electron Music is a new CD-EP by former Pere Ubu synthesist and electronic music trailblazer, Allen Ravenstine, bringing together five of the prodigious composer's most recent abstract compositions collectively comprised of the sounds of analog and digital synthesizers, traditional acoustic instruments and the sampled sounds of birds, dogs and other artifacts of nature. It's a heady, disparate brew of compositions that range from abstract to lyrical, in the process conjuring up a bricolage of ambient soundtracks, jazzy miniatures, space-age exploration, world music, Erik Satie-like studies and the ghost of Harry Partch.
Electron Music is a new CD-EP by former Pere Ubu synthesist and electronic music trailblazer, Allen Ravenstine, bringing together five of the prodigious composer's most recent abstract compositions collectively comprised of the sounds of analog and digital synthesizers, traditional acoustic instruments and the sampled sounds of birds, dogs and other artifacts of nature. It's a heady, disparate brew of compositions that range from abstract to lyrical, in the process conjuring up a bricolage of ambient soundtracks, jazzy miniatures, space-age exploration, world music, Erik Satie-like studies and the ghost of Harry Partch.
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Electron Music
Artist: Allen Ravenstine
Format: CD
New: Available 10.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Far Go
2. Firefly
3. Going Upriver
4. 110 in the Underpass
5. 5@28

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Electron Music is a new CD-EP by former Pere Ubu synthesist and electronic music trailblazer, Allen Ravenstine, bringing together five of the prodigious composer's most recent abstract compositions collectively comprised of the sounds of analog and digital synthesizers, traditional acoustic instruments and the sampled sounds of birds, dogs and other artifacts of nature. It's a heady, disparate brew of compositions that range from abstract to lyrical, in the process conjuring up a bricolage of ambient soundtracks, jazzy miniatures, space-age exploration, world music, Erik Satie-like studies and the ghost of Harry Partch.