CV003 – Control Voltage for March 9, 2010

  1. Title: Pattern of the Music
    Artist: Tom Cosm
    Release: N/A
    Label: N/A

    Tom Cosm is a certified Ableton Live trainer and all around cool guy. He puts lots of his music online for free, and gives away the Ableton Live sets in the hopes that someone can learn from them. This track is one of his few psy tunes.

  2. Title: Haiti Wail
    Artist: Darage Bang
    Release: N/A
    Label: N/A

    Darage Bang is a project by Frank Meyer, a 40 year old graphic designer at an advertising company in Germany. He got his name from Apple’s Garage Band, however he has now moved on to Logic for his musical creations. The track is full of great synth lines, and is his tribute to the earthquake victims in Haiti. Check out his blog for a broader explanation of his feelings on the topic, as well as lots of other tracks for download.

  3. Title: Wintertime
    Artist: Alex Brandmeyer
    Release: N/A
    Label: N/A

    Not much to be found about Alex Brandmeyer, but this song is a winner. Check out his rather spartan website, also this video of a killer live performance rig test.

  4. Title: Calculus
    Artist: Stretta
    Release: N/A
    Label: N/A

    “Welcome to what it sounds like inside my head.” Stretta’s description of this amazing piece is fitting. It’s like a dream you can’t quite remember, or something you saw out of the corner of your eye, but you turned to look and it was gone. Very, very cool.

  5. Title: Marzo
    Artist: Oo-ray
    Release: N/A
    Label: LuvSound

    Oo-ray, also known as Ted Laderas, calls himself a shoegazer cellist, but I just call it cool. He layers his cello over itself doing live droning improvisations. This track is the first piece I had heard from him, and I just had to include it on the podcast. He says he’ll be downgrading his Soundcloud account and removing a bunch of stuff soon, so get it while it lasts.

  6. Title: Sky Pulse
    Artist: Watson
    Release: Haiti 2010
    Label: N/A

    Watson is a monome based electronic musician out of Santa Fe, New Mexico. I ran across this track on the Monome Community’s Haiti 2010 charity album, which has now been released for free on Bandcamp. You can check out more from Watson at MySpace, and on his Vimeo channel.

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