03.06.2016 Mini-album: Subliminal Logistics

New mini album: Subliminal Logistics

This mini-album concludes a journey I started with ‘The Future Sound of Yesterday’, way back in 2008. Although the wheezing accordion and banjos have been replaced by synth textures, this continues working with themes laid down by both ‘Yesterday and the subsequent EPs, namely the ADHD genre-slam approach.

Recorded in no fewer than 3 different home studios with 3 entirely different set-ups, this material was written over a period of 7 years. It is released as a document that maps the progression from absolute novice to a not-completely-talentless producer.




White lies for ears and eyes

It began with a Casio CTK-750, the unquantised techno and electronica making the jump to a Playstation® running Music a few years later. With the PS1, I started sampling crap synths, acoustic guitar and posting tracks on-line. People thought I was a band, and with the PS1 corrupting all the songs, 'Implosion Quintet' seemed suitable. IQ morphed into the ADHD 'genre-slam' material that centred on breaking through all stylistic barriers. In 2014 I started 'Oddhoody', a full-circle return to the hip hop, dub and electro I began with. OH takes iMaschine sketches (often written on the Oslo underground) and pulls them into a decayed aesthetic. Fat, urban electronics with a hefty nod to the giant dub sound-systems of yore.