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Seas

Seas

Seas


There are at least four artists sharing the name: 1. SEAS is the recorded result of Brian Grainger & David Tagg's work to rebuild and recontextualize the new from the old. It is a process of composition by way of reduction and procedural augmentation, using several organic and inorganic methods of layering, texturing and processing a basic source into an entirely new atmosphere. Very unlike their work with string instruments in VCV, SEAS is not improvised Read more on Last.fm
There are at least four artists sharing the name: 1. SEAS is the recorded result of Brian Grainger & David Tagg's work to rebuild and recontextualize the new from the old. It is a process of composition by way of reduction and procedural augmentation, using several organic and inorganic methods of layering, texturing and processing a basic source into an entirely new atmosphere. Very unlike their work with string instruments in VCV, SEAS is not improvised, but methodically mapped out in an open space that enables Brian and David to be just as free with their approach.

Through the use of computers, vintage effects boxes and several other modern devices, SEAS is an attempt to bring a renewed interest in the basics of electronic music and musique concrete, while still remaining wholly organic in sound and vision. SEAS is a unison of art, nature and modern sound, intended for intimate listening experiences as well as high-fidelity displays. (http://seas.recycled-plastics.net/) 2. Audio collage by artist Tiff Mitch.

(http://seas.bandcamp.com) 3. SEAS is music from Washington DC, performed and recorded by core member Ben Green, with a strong reliance on other musical accomplices for live performances. The project began in 2006 as a collection of quiet, simple guitar-driven instrumental pieces, and has since evolved into the vocally-driven embodiment active today. Green was a founding member of the now-retired, DC melodic hardcore group Fairweather, and while changing styles dramatically, some of the organic elements of their later work are vaguely present in the songs.

Additionally, SEAS draws much aesthetic inspiration from John Fahey’s co-opting of Takoma Park, MD. The record, "Now My Home Is A Beech Tree" nods artistically to Fahey, while its careful layering of instrumentation and imagery constructs an atmosphere more lush and warm. (http://decorationdayrecordings.com) 4. An electronic duo from Prague, Czech Republic (http://bandzone.cz/seas) Read more on Last.fm.

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