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Martin’s Music: Purify

Posted by Martin Poulter on 25 April 2008

It’s high time I released another piece of music: not an improvisation, not a remix, but an actual piece of composed-and-painstakingly-produced-by-me-alone music. “Purify” is the most martinpoultery piece of music I’ve done in years (i.e. not trying to be dance music or rock music, just creating the sort of music that’s expressive for me).

Edit October 2008: Now that the final version is prepared, it is now available on the Coma Pilot Myspace profile.

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Music: Retro Utensil

Posted by Martin Poulter on 27 September 2007

The latest track from the group MelEliAle (previously featured on D’n’C) (also here) is a spacey instrumental called “Retro Utensil”. Like most MelEliAle recordings, this was improvised with minor editing and production afterwards.

(Download link) Personnel: Mel (clarinet?, percussion), Eli (piano), Ale (acoustic guitar), Me (bass/ annoying electronic clinky noise/ production). Update Friday 5th October: A remixed version has been uploaded, with a different intro and ending.

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Martin’s Art (3): Nightmare Afternoons

Posted by Martin Poulter on 23 February 2007

This is the third day of my “Art Week”: uploading a new piece of art (music or whatever else) on each of seven days, distinct from my contributions to the forthcoming ILRT Art Show. Today’s new release is a piece of moody and pensive music with spoken vocal. A truly enormous amount of software was put together to create this, along with my guitar (distortion to the max!) and hard disk recorder.

Update October 2008: The track is now part of Coma Pilot’s profile on MySpace.

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Martin’s Art (2): The Martin Channel

Posted by Martin Poulter on 22 February 2007

This is a bit of what I call “intense ambient” music, the title being a bit of a pun. The music is made almost entirely by digital resonators. Other “instruments” include a male voice speaking German backwards and chopped into tiny bursts and, at the start, a radio.

It was going to be the climax of my CD, “Crisis Music” but people don’t listen to CDs anymore, so you get it on its own. Not the right sort of music for work or the bus queue: listen to it in a deserted barn out in the country in the middle of the night.

Update October 2008: The track, renamed simply “Channel”, is now part of Coma Pilot’s profile on MySpace.

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