Largely Electronic, with a nod to Acoustic, and 60's sounds!
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The unique enigmatic quality of your work, both graphic and sonic, has appealed to me since joining MP3 Unsigned. I really admire your ability to free your imagination as you do. I fully agree with Rich’s statement to this point. Moreover, WASABI PEAS is full of interesting textures, woven by equally interesting sounds. Very enjoyable, Andrew! By the way, keep posting your lovely paintings. I never tire of viewing them!
Wasabi peas, do they taste as good as this sounds. Cracking quirky tune, another Andrew classic........David
Only you could write about Wasabi Peas and turn it into Alien visitors into St. Germain and then into a nether world of your extraordinary imagination infused poetry. Wonderful. You and Chere have something in common... 10 years of her final concert. lol!
Totally dig this. Very much enjoyed everything about it. Quirky is the word that comes to mind, and then my ears...
Hi Gibbo, Thanks mate, NO, not my "final" track, just need to have a break from recording, play guitar....etc, weirdly enough I was never into Genesis, but I did like some early Gabriel stuff, I got into Eno fairly early on too, then someone played some Neu, Can, Faust, and Kraftwerk to me, I was in heaven!
Yes, I enjoy these dream type songs from you Andrew. Reminded me a little of Genesis from the Selling England era but with beats! Hope this isn't your last song, I'd miss my fix of DNA Codex. Thumbs, Gibbo
Hi Keith, the Wasabi Peas I had are hard, dried peas, covered in a coating of (extremely) spicy Wasabi (Japanese Horseradish) They are fairly high in calories though, but a good snack nonetheless!
Ah...a wordy-poet you certainly are. To get from there to The Count of St Germain is quite an extraordinary feat!! A pea-poem? ok..ok....I'll ask the question. What are these peas?? Anything like the mushy ones us Brits have on our steak pies?? Great 80's synthy sound to this..the lead one is just brilliant. keithmus
I have been (pretty much) into recording since the mid 1980's, even before I bought my first 4-track cassette recorder (A Tascam Porta-One) I did a few things at a Melbourne based art school where I ran a couple of tape decks, with manipulated sounds on the tapes, just to hear what it sounded like, needless to say it was experimental!
Thereafter I tried to get onto some more serious recording, and tried my hand at steel string guitar songs, I am a left handed person, who plays guitar right handed, so I don't ever need to re-set any instrument, and also the left handed way does not feel right to me, I'm not sure why this is, but it just is!
Recently I have been enticed by all the modern soft-synths and incredible processing availabe to computer aided recording, and I mainly (still) use Garageband when I track, I have tried Ableton Live and Pro-Tools, but I need to learn a whole lot more, the are very intetesting, but I always go back to Garageband, for some reason I find it works for me, and is quite similar to my old Atari ST (running Cubase 0.1!) which I still have, and it still works too!
Anyhow, I try a variety of genre's and I love all electronic music, I also like Ambient, World, Folk, Jazz, Blues, Rock, Pop....etc
Music is like oxygen to me, I don't think I could ever live without it!