Using electronic and digital tools similar to those that fuel his Arcane Device project, New York sound artist David Lee Myers presents an accessibly engaging set of compositions using modular electronics, feedback matrices, guitar textures, voices, and frogs in 11 polyrhythmic adventures; quirky yet non-chaotic, sublime experimental works of tone and texture.
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Recorded at Pulsewidth, Summer, 2020.
David Lee Myers-performer, composer
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"David Lee Myers is a sound and visual artist who has lived and worked in New York City since 1977. Pulsewidth serves as the platform for his activities in the arts, particularly sound projects, a number of which have been released under the Pulsewidth record label.
From 1987 through 1993, sound projects were developed under the name Arcane Device. With the development of new devices in 2014, it seems fitting for the moniker to be revived.
Myers work stems from an enthusiasm for electronics and the world of electrons as it relates to the realm of vibration and sound. After a fine arts education and many years in music, in 1987 Myers' accidental discovery of "Feedback Music" led to a new appreciation of the unseen forces underlying audible electronics."-Pulsewidth (http://www.pulsewidth.com/)
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1. Chipelaga 6:02
2. Tolonomy 5:02
3. Hyperon 5:19
4. Cubesor 4:51
5. Monax 4:38
6. Prescia 6:33
7. Ibisso 5:47
8. Polyprom 5:22
9. Nioptic 5:12
10. Topoi 4:58
11. Anuenrol 6:01
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Using electronic and digital tools similar to those that fuel his Arcane Device project, New York sound artist David Lee Myers presents an accessibly engaging set of compositions using modular electronics, feedback matrices, guitar textures, voices, and frogs in 11 polyrhythmic adventures. Each track is named as a combination of syllables that place them somewhere in the realm of science, like an unknown prescription drug, or perhaps a yet-to-be-discovered atomic element. The diversity of sound and approach on each keeps the album interesting, from pieces that sound like Raymond Scott might have composed them, to work clearly in the Arcane Device realm. Myer's years working with electronics and feedback enrich each piece through subtle shifts as they evolve through dimensional soundscapes. The results are an inventive album of quirky yet non-chaotic, sublime experimental works of tone, rhythm and texture.
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