Jun 262014
 

So here’s that new Carya Amara track, a cover version of ‘Overgrown’ by Quimper.

Hear the rest of the compilation at Bandcamp.com.

 June 26, 2014  Posted by at 6:15 pm No Responses »
Aug 082013
 

Carya Amara was in the line-up for A Whispered Shout: “an afternoon of contemporary and experimental music” in Croydon, UK, on Saturday, 3rd August 2013, along with fellow Earthrid Records musician Norah Lorway and four other diverse acts. This was a short set in a busy line-up, but included all-new live material plus visuals.

The sound from the speakers was disappointing but here’s a direct recording from the audio interface.

These recordings will end up on an album of bits and pieces before too long.

 August 8, 2013  Posted by at 7:57 pm No Responses »
Jul 162013
 

The closure of HAARP – the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) – has been reported by the (US) National Association for Amateur Radio (see this interesting report) and other sources. HAARP was the source of speculation, not least from conspiracy theorists, for its experiments with the ionosphere. It was often erroneously associated with the research of Nikolai Tesla.

 July 16, 2013  Posted by at 11:48 am No Responses »
Jun 072013
 

Carya Amara’s retrospective of music from 1980 – 1991, Tales of the Unattractive, is now a free download via Bandcamp.

Synthesiser melodies, lo-fi experiments with record players and warped organ drones set the course for Carya Amara’s rejection of musical categories, and paved the way for the music in the companion volume, Extinction Frequency.

 June 7, 2013  Posted by at 9:33 pm No Responses »
Jun 032013
 

Extinction Frequency cover

Carya Amara’s retrospective of music from the 1990s, Extinction Frequency, is now a free download via Bandcamp. It is still also available on CD.

Featuring material recorded between 1992 and 1996, Extinction Frequency displays a progression from the more rhythmic material on the companion CD of earlier experiments, Tales of the Unattractive.

“maintains a ruthless and driving energy – as well as a sparkling clarity of sound” – Stone Gnome

“It has an easy, pop-culture humour with a tendency to taking a left-turn into the darker reaches” – The Violet Apple

 June 3, 2013  Posted by at 11:47 pm No Responses »
May 192013
 

CA01CD.jpgCarya Amara’s 2001 release Vestigial Digital is now a free download via Bandcamp. It is still also available on CD.

The music on Vestigial Digital was made using software to transform natural and unnatural sounds. No conventional synthesisers (hardware or software) were used.

“as atmospheric as hell… pioneering stuff indeed” – Modern Dance magazine

“a secret harmony, a reckless boldness and unconcern for established order” –Erebus magazine.

 May 19, 2013  Posted by at 3:47 pm No Responses »
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