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

    "Also known as the critically acclaimed artist Shuttle 358 on the NY based label 12k, Dan Abrams created quite a stir in the US minimal electronic scene with his debut release Optimal.lp in 1999 in which he seamlessly blended the soft sounds of ambient music with the granular aesthetics of…"
  • .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.""