Vance Stevenson | Sand King's Heir

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Sand King's Heir

by Vance Stevenson

Improvised electronic noise at the brink of composition and pop, constructed in real time on modular synthesizer systems recorded to stereo file. Track 1 recorded in the little room. Tracks 2,3, & 4 recorded in the nest.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Sell Shells
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2. Brink Shadow
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3. Kling Klang Loud
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4. Besides What
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From the middle mind of Vance Stevenson (sprung bap, vstevenson, Dr. Moldyfingers) comes four special drowning crisis tunes crafted on real-time synthesizer systems. Mastered at 12k mastering. Art by Katrina Masback. Layout by Will Brady. Sand King’s Hair is a reodjectz dsk.

Bio:
Vance likes sound. He likes making things. He likes quiet surprises. He likes making sounds that surprise him. It started with Max controlled midi synths, (a Nord rack and Nord Modular) and Max/MSP laptop performance instruments in the 90s. Always interested in creating systems that could only influence and steer, but not control. Propagating an esthetic. He focuses on collapsing sounds – made both from the synthesizers and field recordings. Sonic archaeology – sounds on the edge of breaking – suspended in a structure bordering song and chaos. But please have fun. Eventually, his monkey sphere's needs and the functionality of the tech took over, leading to working in the NYC art scene designing and building all manner of systems for artists and institutions. And in the process – lost any artistic direction himself. Escaping to the hinterlands he has fully dedicated himself to his midlife-crisis and modular synthesizer systems. Again he hunts through sonic rubble, rhythmically pecked by familiar signposts of our past.

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