Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
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Vibrating electric fields

Now I'm putting ebay bids in on numerous electric football fields. This is part of an ambient music experiment that I intend to carry out.
I still have no idea how I'm going to get the thing actually recorded, as my customary "spend little on hobbies" approach to life has prevented me from getting a proper digital 4 track.
It does make a proper album title, though--
"Gurdonark--Vibrating Electric Fields". I was listening today to Jeff Pearce's album Daylight Slowly. Sheer rapture. Ever since I found the folks at hypnos, I've been surrounded by enchanting and enchanted music. But I'm determined to DIY my own burst of vibrating cheap metal, rhythm instruments and kazoos. Perhaps it's a fundamental neediness, but I 'need' to see this quirky idea through.
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