AirSculpture - ALBUMS
Trick or Treat? by AirSculpture Trick or Treat?
1 tracks

Running time: 0:59:30
Released: 12/2009

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This is a recording of our set at HJ8. We've edited out a couple of very short sections that you're better off not hearing (again) - especially where the sequencers weren't playing nice - but otherwise it's a warts & all recording. The only sources available were stereo (desk and room feeds) but the sound quality is rather good and apart from a few seconds deals with our tendency to be a little bit loud.

Despite the spooky theme (we couldn't ignore it being a halloween gig) the music isn't dark at all. The set is mostly based...
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Doom Bar by AirSculpture Doom Bar
2 tracks

Running time: 1:03:04
Released: 03/2009

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Doom Bar presents a slowly evolving abtract soundscape, mixing pure electronic sounds with prepared piano and other found sounds.

Although best known for their sequencer improvisations, AirSculpture have always delved into more abstract deep space music. Tracks in this style have appeared as far back as Void on Attrition System (1996) but this is the first full length album to showcase it entirely.

The two long tracks were recorded at a band retreat in Cornwall in the spring of 2008. The 45 minute title track was planned as a deliberate ambient piece - after a day spent creating suitable sounds it...
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Burn by AirSculpture Burn
4 tracks

Running time: 1:00:54
Released: 04/2008

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Burn is AirSculpture's performance at the second Hampshire Jam festival, which fans have been demanding as an album release ever since.

One of the most intense sequencer-driven entries in the AirSculpture (or any other!) catalogue, Burn actually starts with a slow darkly spacious ambience. A slow burn the abstract layers gradually building until the echoing effects morph into sequences. These continue to deepen and layer, building the intensity until you think that it can't go any further. And then to modulars kick in....

This is no by-the-numbers retro knockoff though. Despite being underpinned by real analogue modulars and...
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