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Thank you 9dragons! Glad to see people enjoying this work. It was quite an experience creating it.


Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: kenji siratori
« on: September 28, 2008, 09:05:29 AM »
Hey Drone On-

Or, if I'm real lucky...Exuviae will now be known the world over as "The Definition of a Hispter" !


Thanks Drone On!

Bashing = No such thing as "bad" press...IMHO...yep, saw that post!


Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: kenji siratori
« on: September 28, 2008, 08:56:03 AM »
WOW! The timing of this thread couldn't be any more perfect-given the nature and location of these posts…SO…without further ado:


NEW RELEASE: Exuviae & Kenji Siratori –The Drug Embryo

Now available for free download at
In celebration of Dark Winter's 50th release, this dark and strange musical excursion comes complete with a full-color PDF booklet designed by Exuviae, and a bonus remix of the entire album in one track by Bunk Data.
While certainly not for everyone, this release is sure to please those who like their electronic music dark, bizarre and forward-thinking!

Everything and Nothing / Re: A new movie with an ambient soundtrack
« on: September 09, 2008, 07:55:28 PM »
Wow-this is very cool! Congratulations!

My wife and I are giant film buffs, so we'll be on the lookout for this!


Other Ambient (and related) Music / EXUVIAE -NEW RELEASE - JAMAIS VU
« on: September 09, 2008, 07:52:40 PM »
Hello everyone-

Jamais Vu, the long awaited follow-up to my album Reponse is now available for free download at the newly launched Endless Ascent net.label.

During the years of my absence from composing music, many people made contact with me to make their appreciation of my work known and to ask when, if ever, I would release another deep/atmospheric work. For those who've waited, I apologize for the delay...I hope it was worth the wait. And fear not, oh lovers of deep and ethereal ambience...there will be more in the future!

Head on over to and have a look around...if you like, grab a copy of Jamais Vu.




AtmoWorks is proud to announce the release of Exuviae's latest work, "The White Underneath". This will be the third AtmoWorks release for Exuviae, following critically acclaimed albums, Settling Density and Response. Described by the artist himself as an experimental EP featuring remixes of each track by fellow Minnesota artists, this album is sure to delight listeners of ambient and ethereal electronica.

The first fresh material from Exuviae in almost 5 years, "The White Underneath" features four new tracks from Exuviae with remixes by Datura 1.0, Bunk Data, Signal to Ground, and The Essential.

Direct link to the AtmoWorks store:

This can also be purchased from the Hypnos Online Store!

Thanks for listening!

Everything and Nothing / Re: What does this music do to you?
« on: July 28, 2008, 06:54:49 AM »
Since I can't listen to music at work, most of my listening occurs in the car during longer drives and commuting. Despite the fact that with ambient or drone music, the music player must fight with the inheret road noise, I am always surprised by how well a certain track or piece can sort of 'remove' my subconscious from the real world and bring it into a place all it's own-while, at the same time, not distracting me so much that I am a danger to myself and others on the road! This is especially true while driving at night-when the lack of beating sunshine allows the eyes to the ears a greater range of hearing...good times!


Hello all-

The reissues for both Settling Density and Reponse are now available from They should also be ready to grab here at the Hypnos online store soon as well.

Thanks for listening!

Everything and Nothing / Re: Watchmen trailer now online
« on: July 26, 2008, 11:15:04 AM »
I just saw this last night...looks really intriguing. I'm a pretty big Zach Snyder fan...loved his remake of Dawn of the Dead, and 300 truly upped the ante that Rodriguez and Miller set forth with Sin City in my opinion.


Everything and Nothing / Re: Do you still want to learn?
« on: July 24, 2008, 04:19:02 PM »
I agree with you, Mike. I know some people that just don't care to have any kind of driving passion or interest in anything outside of what you called "busy work". And that, I find sad...

Everything and Nothing / Re: Do you still want to learn?
« on: July 24, 2008, 03:10:57 PM »
At the same time I decided to open the musical floodgates again, I also decided I wanted to finally try my hand at electronics building/circuit bending/DIY gear, etc. I got my feet wet, started reading, learning, fiddling, soldering, building...

I had some minor success, I had some collosal failure, I learned a lot in a short amount of time and I felt like I was uncovering something that I'd wanted to find for sooo looong.

Then I woke up one morning and realized I hadn't recorded a second's worth of audio in two weeks. The happy feeling of accomplishment dissipated immediately.

What's important to me is making took me a number of years to get back to that realization, but I did...

My wife and I don't have kids-just regular jobs and such, so we do have ample free time, but there are other interests that take up our time as well.

I am still doing some occasional DIY stuff with a friend of mine once a week or so, but I no longer intend to pursue gear development with any kind of passion because that's the time I want to devote to making music.

Each person is different and Mike has a valid point that it can be disheartening to think that you, or others, can so easily fall into a lull when it comes to advancing one's knowledge base.

I've decided that little bits work best for me...things here and there...piece by piece...


Hi SunDummy-

Good to see you here!

Yes, it's definitely different than what I've done in the past, as will be some of the upcoming music I have slated for release. There will, however, be plenty of "old school" Exuviae coming out-for those that have waited patiently...

As for the live set itself-all instances of static, hum, hiss and crackle are completely intentional. Mostly I wanted to test myself and see if I could pull off something darker and more aggressive...with percussion!



Thank you :)

Hello eveyone-

I've got a free download of my recent live performance up on the new site:

I'd love to hear what you guys think of the direction I took on this particular set of music.

Thanks for listening,

This is sounding really good so far-just grabbed it a little bit ago.



Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: Musician's Joke
« on: July 22, 2008, 02:52:50 PM »
maybe I've been into gear way too long, but this just struck me as the funniest thing I've seen in a while...totally fell for it/didn't see it coming, etc.

Thanks APK for the laugh!


Everything and Nothing / Re: wanted
« on: July 22, 2008, 05:35:13 AM »
When I saw the trailer for this movie, I thought, "Eh..."

Which is the EXACT same reaction I had to the trailer for The Matrix upon first viewing...and boy was I wrong!

Unfortunately, I had a lot of friends seeing The Matrix, who kept telling me to get over it and go see it, which prompted me to do so...but this time around, the only person who keeps telling me that Wanted is "The Shit" is my Mother...

If Wanted is still in theatres when the Summer slew of blockbusters stops manhandling my viewing choices (X-Files, anyone?), then perhaps I can catch it on the big screen.


What I've heard of this so far is incredibly gorgeous-nice work Steve!


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