TAGS 'SHUTTLE358'

  • TAYLOR DEUPREE: AMBIENTRANCE (1999)

    INTERVIEWS

    "Busily, happily and quite effectively carving out his own "microscopic" niche in the world of electronic/ambient sounds, Taylor Deupree is keeping busy with his 12k label (which has just released the marvelous optimal.lp by shuttle358)."
  • TAYLOR DEUPREE "LULLABY MIX" FOR FLUID RADIO (UK)

    NEWS

    "A truly gorgeous exclusive from 12k front man Taylor Deupree… Two of the tracks on this mix are yet-unreleased 12k material… "The Minamo track is a bit of a “world premiere” of the collaboration I did with shuttle358. This bit might be of interest because it’s not 100% finished.. so,…"
  • SHUTTLE358

    ARTISTS

    "Shuttle358, the moniker of native Californian Dan Abrams, clearly stands as one of 12k’s most revered, and mysterious, artists. Some say his work was responsible for humanizing the microsound movement of the early 2000’s, and rightfully so.  He took the computer-as-instrument and made it beautiful and personal, carving out a…"
  • .AIFF

    RELEASES

    "A collection of .aiff audio from digital sound designers around the globe.the structuring code for the future of synthetic environments. .aiff is a brief look into the near future of 12k showcasing new artists and samplings of upcoming full-length releases. This compilation is also an important landmark in 12k's evolution:…"
  • OPTIMAL.LP

    RELEASES

    "Shuttle358 Optimal.LP is the much-anticipated debut release from californian dan abrams, and the first release in a series of artists featured on 12k's .aiff compilation. Dan Abrams' music is a self-replicating ecosystem that grows and unfolds with the movement of sonic particles and binary rhythm. Optimal.LP plays on the juxtaposition…"
  • (UNTITLED)

    RELEASES

    "Continuing where .aiff (12k1004) left off, the latest release from 12k highlights those artists and sounds that will carry 12k into a new year of microscopic sound experimentation. From Richard Chartier's lowercase sounds to the glitchy groove minimalism of Surge's Casio VL Tone, this untitled collection represents the refining of…"
  • FRAME

    RELEASES

    "Frame is the much anticipated follow up release to last year's debut Optimal.LP, a cd which caused quite a bit of critical stir as a very impressive and original work for a new artist. Dan Abrams (aka: Shuttle358) seamlessly blends stark textures/drones with digital disfunction. clicks, skips and tiny mechanised…"
  • CHESSA

    RELEASES

    "Without a doubt Shuttle358 has become one of the most admired artists to emerge from modern electronic music’s sea of musicians. From the humble beginnings of a demo CD in 12k’s mailbox to 4 critically acclaimed cds, Dan Abrams is, to some, the one credited for bringing a warmth and…"
  • FRAME (REISSUE)

    RELEASES

    "12k is very happy to announce the much-asked-for and long-awaited re-release of not only one of the label’s most popular and critically acclaimed albums but one of highlights of the entire microsound genre: Shuttle358 Frame. Complete with the original recording and video, Frame has been repackaged for 12k’s Limited Series…"
  • SHUTTLE358: COGNITION AUDIOWORKS

    INTERVIEWS

    ""I've been using computers every day of my life since I was six years old, doing a lot of computer programming as a kid and I was online at a very young age. When I was about 13 there was tracker music, mods, demo groups, things like that that I did. I did traditional music in school, but I was always fascinated with electronics and music. Now that I'm working in design, I'm bringing more of that into my music-focusing on sound design as opposed to pure melodies and structures.""
  • SHUTTLE358: AMBIENTRANCE (2001)

    INTERVIEWS

    ""the name is a combination of many sources, including the shuttle 358 circuit board, however i would not like to discuss this since i think it is uninteresting and has no direct relevance to my music.. much the same talking about what kind of midi cables i use and shit like that.""
  • SHUTTLE358: URB (2001)

    INTERVIEWS

    ""a lot of times," he explains, "artists are able to take the overall aesthetic or potential in something and present it in such a way that it leaves room for the audience to play with it. i made this video at about that level, nothing more. it shouldn't be telling you anything! i guess my music is like that, too.""