Hi there :) I've been making music since I was 8, that's when I started taking piano lessons (big thanks to my mom for not letting me give up). Since 1998, a computer is my best friend when it comes to making music and sound effects. Of what genre will my next track be depends on my mood and current state of mind, it could be a classical piece, a breakbeat or trip-hop track, or some kind of experiment (and Audiomulch is a God-given tool just for that). I'm also addicted to movies, TV series and all other types of moving pictures. And so, naturally, my biggest wish is to compose music for movies, write score, produce sound effects, etc. Computers, internet, PHP, HTML, CSS, Wordpress, Photoshop... Those are some of my other addictions.
A la première écoute, on pourrait croire que AESQE est un fake de BOARDS OF CANADA (comme tant d'autres)... Mais non! C'est profond, trés soigné mais aussi chaotique par moment (façon AMON TOBIN)... Une belle réussite ... BRAVO!!!
Brilliant little Something to begin with... nice, happy track with atmospherics and an element of fun. The second track is very pleasant, straightforward electro instrumentals with some nice effects, not too acute an angle and I love the drum break. Hands/back is a well paced and spaced track, with a nice atmosphere. Humble Scope, again a cool track, is something we could all do with looking through occasionally, if not every day of our lives. Humility breeds content.
I have to believe in a better world... Go ahead. Polar Duster sums up a recent conversation and is a great track as well. Nice ambience to it and arrangement. Nepherre is a classical slide with jazz undertones, lovely sounds. The next track has an inherent beauty to it, Unbreakable. Mellow on the senses and quite relaxing. The album finishes with Better left alone high below this world, which is a good title. Syntactically challenging and a summation of profound existence in a time and space between here and there. Overall, a great little album.
A Small Pile of Stars is a lovely start to this EP, nicely arranged. Like the drums. The second track, Pi, gets off to a wonderful start, great intonation for a mathematical concept, prefer the music to the maths, though that has its place in the grand scheme of things. Albeit so anthropomorphic. Again, another good arrangement of sound and rhythm, very enjoyable. That tempo is carried through into the next track, enigmatically called DthsdR. Is it where I start, when the reaper comes, or I feel him near. The end of a new beginning, opening the door and passing through the veil into another existence, but essentially a continuation in a different form. 999, ups the rate a bit, though retains the overall thread and essence of this EP. There are mountains and molehills. The last track, 448, is a kind of summing up of all that has gone on before it. Faster paced, so that it can pack it all in, which I feel it does well enough. Quite a nice sense of energy and a good point to finish on, what is in a number anyway. Nice as pie!-)