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Gods Of Electricity - Sundiving

Tracklist

1The Whole Electric City In Front Of Us2:08
2Sundiving6:40
3Movement Three: The Sky Opens Below7:10
4Slick-O-Phonic10:24
5Movement Two: Starstreams9:40
6Movement One: Dreamland21:24
7The Sound You Make When You Reach For Tomorrow3:40

Credits

  • PerformerThomas Hamlin
  • Performer, Recorded By, Mastered ByMike Fazio

Notes

Limited edition of 600. First 100 copies comes with signed card from the band.

Companies

  • Pressed By – Disc Makers

Info

Gods of Electricity's debut effort, Sundiving, finds their two core musicians, Mike Fazio and Thomas Hamlin, creating an involving hourlong effort that balances varying impulses from prog rock-inspired multi-part complexity to moody ambient minimalism. While a synthesis of a number of approaches instead of a sudden new direction, what gives Sundiving a little extra edge is how cleverly the two establish and then suddenly undermine moods in their songs - a soft drone may suddenly be interrupted with a harsh buzz a loping, dub-tinged beat can be halted by a proto-industrial synth bassline. Gods of Electricity is one of those projects I would love seeing coming through my studio, but in a big city like NY for some reason I end up working with completely different type of artists most of the time. Think about the moods that can be created in the making of a record like Sundiving, with ambiances spanning for anywhere between 2 and 38 minutes: stretching, modulating, oscilating, vibrating, morphing from sound into sound, from light into dark, from silence into noise, from rhythm into layers, from sounds into rawness. Add album to Cart. Clouds Of Granite In A Clearing Sky. The Whole Electric City In Front Of by Gods Of Electricity, released 02 January 2006 1. Clouds Of Granite In A Clearing Sky Movement One: Dreamland 2. Clouds Of Granite In A Clearing Sky Movement Two: Starstreams 3. Clouds Of Granite In A Clearing Sky Movement Three: The Sky Opens Below 4. The Whole Electric City In Front Of Us 5. Slick-O-Phonic 6. The Sound You Make When You Reach For Tomorrow 7. Sundiving Immortal recording from Fazio, Hamlin. A high definition audiophile masterpiece. Includes unlimited streaming of Sundiving via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 5 days. Listen to music from Gods Of Electricity like Mobilier Fidele, A Lotus On New York Streams & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Gods Of Electricity. Latest release. 31 December 2004. Play album. Do you have any photos of this artist Add an image. Gods of Electricity. Hard Rock. Band Name Heller GER. Album Name Gods of Electricity. Type Album. Released date 06 September 2018. Labels Self-Released. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album0. Sundiving is a debut outing by Mike Fazio and Thomas Hamlin as GODS OF ELECTRICITY, though in a general sense, both the musicians were active over the past 20 years. Mike Fazio's principal project is Orchestramaxfieldparrish, while Hamlin is a member of Black 47. It would be pointless to introduce such terms as chord structure, melody and tonality to the review while analyzing Sundiving. All of them are useless here. The musicians' imagination is quite poor the drum programming is primitive throughout the album, while the duration of some. Electricity is a 1994 album by New Zealand pianist Peter Jefferies. It was released on the Ajax Records label. The album includes reworkings of previous Peter Jefferies tracks, Wined Up and Crossover from a 1993 7 recorded with Stephen Kilroy, and a cover of Barbara Mannings' Scissors. All tracks are written by Peter Jefferies, except where noted. Paul Cahill guitar on Crossover. Shayne Carter guitar on Wined Up and Electricity, bass guitar on Electricity. John Harvey sampler. Gods Of Electricity. added an album. Apr 30, 2015 at 05:38 AM. Join Myspace. Getting in is easy. Use one of your social networks or start fresh with an email address. Gods of Electricity, 2018. The Return, 03:48. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations

Gods Of Electricity - Sundiving

Performer: Gods Of Electricity

Title: Sundiving

Country: US

Release date: 2006

Label: Faith Strange

Style: Rhythmic Noise, Abstract, Electro, Experimental, Industrial

Catalog: fs6

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2203 mb

Size FLAC: 2627 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 424

Record source: CD, Limited Edition

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Rocky Basilisk
from Chain D.L.K.:

Gods of Electricity is one of those projects I would love seeing coming through my studio, but in a big city like NY for some reason I end up working with completely different type of artists most of the time. Think about the electrified air and the mellow moods of endless hours of sound manipulation and knob tweaking mania in the comfort of a dimmed light recording studio with two creative talents such as Mike Fazio and Thomas Hamlin. Think about the moods that can be created in the making of a record like "Sundiving", with ambiances spanning for anywhere between 2 and 38 minutes: stretching, modulating, oscilating, vibrating, morphing from sound into sound, from light into dark, from silence into noise, from rhythm into layers, from sounds into rawness. Engineer, guitar player, sound designer, producer and composer Mike Fazio (also creator of the orchestramaxfieldparrish processed guitar project) has put the greatest attention in the smallest of the details of this recording, attempting to recreate his own vision of electro-acoustic ambient-electronica, aided by drummer Thomas Hamlin (previously with World One and still with Black47), who adds his swing and his delicate touch to these compositions in a way that only few percussionists can. Eerie low deep drones, layers of ecstatic pads, a wide sonic palette borrowing from everything from traditional to modern... rhythmical elements that transcend beat to turn into an expression of the piece itself, migrating from a enhancment of an even otherwise tribal atmosphere to the mere juxtaposition of percussive ear candies in symphonies of mystic and aural states of mind... all of that and more comes into play in this beautiful CD, which is so multifaceted and gorgeous that you can hardly even reference back to other artists without having to mention a bunch of them, who don't even necessarily have all that in common with Gods of Electricity, when considered as a stand-alone reference... Try to think of a blend of Clock DVA, Synaesthesia, Manuel Goettsching, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Young Gods, Vision of Excess, Artemy Artemiev, Mana Erg, Richard Bone, Victor Cerullo, Gabor Csupo and so many other excellent artists who have given so much to the art of making good and heartfelt soundscapes. You'll get a vague idea, but you'll still need to give this hi-definition audio masterpiece a try and see/hear for yourself... Highly recommended.
- Marc Urselli-Schaerer
Rocky Basilisk
from Chain D.L.K.:

Gods of Electricity is one of those projects I would love seeing coming through my studio, but in a big city like NY for some reason I end up working with completely different type of artists most of the time. Think about the electrified air and the mellow moods of endless hours of sound manipulation and knob tweaking mania in the comfort of a dimmed light recording studio with two creative talents such as Mike Fazio and Thomas Hamlin. Think about the moods that can be created in the making of a record like "Sundiving", with ambiances spanning for anywhere between 2 and 38 minutes: stretching, modulating, oscilating, vibrating, morphing from sound into sound, from light into dark, from silence into noise, from rhythm into layers, from sounds into rawness. Engineer, guitar player, sound designer, producer and composer Mike Fazio (also creator of the orchestramaxfieldparrish processed guitar project) has put the greatest attention in the smallest of the details of this recording, attempting to recreate his own vision of electro-acoustic ambient-electronica, aided by drummer Thomas Hamlin (previously with World One and still with Black47), who adds his swing and his delicate touch to these compositions in a way that only few percussionists can. Eerie low deep drones, layers of ecstatic pads, a wide sonic palette borrowing from everything from traditional to modern... rhythmical elements that transcend beat to turn into an expression of the piece itself, migrating from a enhancment of an even otherwise tribal atmosphere to the mere juxtaposition of percussive ear candies in symphonies of mystic and aural states of mind... all of that and more comes into play in this beautiful CD, which is so multifaceted and gorgeous that you can hardly even reference back to other artists without having to mention a bunch of them, who don't even necessarily have all that in common with Gods of Electricity, when considered as a stand-alone reference... Try to think of a blend of Clock DVA, Synaesthesia, Manuel Goettsching, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Young Gods, Vision of Excess, Artemy Artemiev, Mana Erg, Richard Bone, Victor Cerullo, Gabor Csupo and so many other excellent artists who have given so much to the art of making good and heartfelt soundscapes. You'll get a vague idea, but you'll still need to give this hi-definition audio masterpiece a try and see/hear for yourself... Highly recommended.
- Marc Urselli-Schaerer