Cullen Miller has a tremendous new album out, titled Simulateur. It’s a collection of 11 electronic ventures that move from gentle, prismatic percussion (the opening track, “Objecthood,”whose title expresses the physicality, the object-ness of the sounds in audio headspace) through shuddering drones (the glitchy light noise of “Purple Cycle”). The majority explores minimal techno, from its outer dubby realm (the enticing “Formant Network”) to more club-friendly, if still metrically complex, beats (“Euclidean Tropism”). Wonderful stuff throughout.
Album originally posted at soundcloud.com/cullenmiller. Get the album as a free download at pointlinesurface.com. More from Miller at cullenmiller.tumblr.com. Full disclosure: Miller taught me everything I know about Audacity, more or less.
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This is lovely. I love Transmateria. Thanks for posting.