For the occasion of Juneteenth, now well on its way to becoming rightfully declared a national holiday in the US, David Burraston and Brian Grainger unite for their third charity split, the accessibly-titled FM40P::M46tORG_blym_zero / Autofugue Via Four Operators & Multitrack Tape. The split collects two surrealistic ambient pieces primarily created using the Yamaha TX81Z four-operator FM synthesizer, with the first being taken from the same session that yielded NYZ's FM40P album from earlier in the year, and the second being Brian's second-ever publicly issued recording under his recently unveiled Limestone Ziggurat moniker. It is the sincere hope of the two sound recordists that this music exists as a balm of comfort for escaping from a world that is far too miserable for far too many people. Bandcamp themselves are donating 100% of their revenue shares on Juneteenth to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, and we're backing this effort by donating all money generated from this split to the same organization.
NOTE: No physical editions of Psoma 39 will be offered.
released June 18, 2021
#1 W/P by David Burraston. Generated on 1-3 Jan 2021 at Noyzelab using Yamaha V50, Yamaha TX81Z and MANIAC. #2 W/P by Brian Grainger. Recorded at White Pillar Workshop, January 2021, using Yamaha TX81Z, Alesis Quadraverb, Vesta Fire MR-10B, Peavey FX2 and the R-EW Audioholistics generative system & modular processing path. #1 mastered by Noyzelab / #2 mastered by The Analog Botanist. Text and design by ABM&D. Noyzelab and the Noyzelab logo appear courtesy of Noyzelab. (C) + (P) Noyzelab & Psoma Psi Phi 2021 / All lights observed. This is Psoma Psi Phi number ØΨΦXXXIX.
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Latest opus fm noyzelab trips all the right algoriddms, finite non-deterministic automata producing an array of non unpleasant somatic responses to the shifting binaural tonalities... i think :> da5idh