This morning’s soundtrack is brought to you by my fellow Monster Planeteer Gel-Sol. Like fluffy bunny slippers for the brain, his floaty, ambient journey will take away the pains of the day and whisk you off to a better and slightly more sparkly place.
I’m loving the psy-organic explorations in this new video from Liquid Stranger. The song appears on the newly released The Renegade Crusade EP.
Played and recorded on November 30, 2013, at an intimate evening of ambience and sonic clarity. Several tunes made their public debut in this one.
Leave Trace – Mote Remote
Leave Trace – Celluloid
The 100th Monkey – Until the Dawn (Leave Trace Remix)
Leave Trace – OhmG
Leave Trace – Hear and Know
Leave Trace & Michael Maricle – States of Decay [Get it here]
Cyanwave (feat. Night Train) – Dilate (Leave Trace Remix) [Get it here]
Leave Trace – Soulstice
Here are the photos I took at the fabulous Chillography 601 event on August 4, 2013.
Last night I recorded a dreamy, supermoon-inspired lullaby. Straight from my subconscious to yours, it was recorded live in a few multi-track passes with minimal editing in post.
The ’90s vibe is alive with this one! Here’s a VHS rip of Warp Records’ animated CG extravaganja from 1994. Now where’d I put that radical Magic Eye book?
“Warpvision presents an Artificial Intelligence video – (Motion) – electronic listening music for the eyes”
Video by David Slade and Phil Wolstenholme: (Nanotechnics.1); (Mirage); (Corpus Porpoise Posthumous Non Polhemus); (Lifespan); (Sim)(biotics).
Audio: Scanner – Untitled; Link – Arcadian (Global Communication Remix); Beaumont Hannant – Utuba; Polygon Window – Polygon Window; Richard H. Kirk – Reality Net; Speedy J – Symmetry; Mark Franklin – Release To The System (Beaumont Hannant Remix); Autechre – Basscadet (Bcdtmx).
© & ℗ 1994 Warpvision
Memorial Day weekend, deep in Oregon’s Umpqua National Forest, I played an afternoon live set featuring an equal mix of my released and unreleased material. I was really happy with how this particular collection and flow of music turned out, so I’m excited to share it with all of you as well. Enjoy!