Oh yes! Plenty here to tempt me and teeshirts as well! A chance to redeem myself I think for my lampoonery earlier on in the week! And yes, I have noticed the missing Karma point Mr Creek! Moral of story, don't mess with the Modulator!
Jez, just found this on the beyond_em forum, regarding Time Zero
The other day i related how much i enjoyed Jes Creek's 1st solo album as Modulator ESP, Random Fluctuations.A melodic EM feast of pure brilliance, and i'm not exaggerating.
Today i took delivery of his fourth album,Time Zero.A very different beast and a move to the dark side of the force, but the same brilliance permeates this album too.These days Jes produces music and i quote," with ambient berlin school and progressive influences",and man does he do this well too This has to be one of the best albums of this type i have ever listened to Jes is a hugely skilled and talented musician and when he adds some of his melodic touches to the mix from time to time,well it just blows the top of my head off.The word genius comes to mind,he's that good in my opinion.
I really do highly recommend this album to all lovers of ambient ,berlin school type music.Don't expect sequencers cranked up to level 11.There are sequencers here but they are used as part of the overall texture of the music, and rarely dominate, and this is right up my street.Superb!!!
If you fancy getting a copy of this album you'd better hurry as he's initially released it as a 25 copy limited edition,of which i'm lucky enough to have no 3.Don't say you weren't warned.
You sunk my battleship!!!
So I'm a masochist on a diet, I'm I? SHARE AND ENJOY!!!!!!!!!
There are only two types of people, the ones who hear the music and the ones who don't.