[‘ramp] – Debris

['ramp] - Debris

Release data:

[‘ramp] Debris
CD, Private Release, 2009

“Debris” is a deep, strong organic flavoured ambient journey coming in four sections. It’s composed solely by Stephen Parsick, as he and Frank Makowski parted ways a while ago.

As Stephen explains, the outcome (for which he used basic tracks composed between June 2000 and January 2005 as a start) is based both on textural ambient soundscaping, ambient field recordings of steelplants, railway trajects, and factories at night, and grinding sequencer rhythms, so there’s most certainly an industrial/experimental edge to it all.

Those familiar with his privately released cd-r’s know magical, cinematic and dense vintage ambient music can be like.
“Debris” oncemore sees Stephen treat his gear expertly, triggering some great analogue sequencer patterns in the tradition of Node and Redshift, next to offering crispy, multi-layered synth pads which he masterfully mixes with industrial, organic and minimal flavours and a whole range of effects.

Although I highly recommend “Debris”, I’d like to remind those familiar with the album “Ceasing to Exist” to keep in mind there’s far more rhythmic, edgier electronic territory and alienating soundscaping covered on this new release, which won’t be everyone’s cup of tea.

Website: www.parsick.com

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