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Thanks, Joe.
I should send it to you by boat   :D

June 2008 - on DataObscura

The Palm at the End of the Mind

Loaded with grainy flowing richness, subtle details and field recordings, and threaded
with intriguing leads, served over a bed of melancholic icy northern dronescapes.

Composed and performed by Anthony Paul Kerby (The Circular Ruins / Lammergeyer)
during the first half of 2008. This work extends the style developed in the earlier
Timeless, and opens with an epic 30 minute title track ... this is quality
contemporary ambient music that takes you places. Headphones are recommended.

Available on disk or as a download encoded at 256kbs mp3, graphics included.

Track List and Samples:

1 - The Palm at the End of the Mind - MP3
2 - Casual Solitudes - MP3
3 - Ice Caverns - MP3
4 - Spring Thaw
5 - The Imperfect Is Our Paradise - MP3
6 - Gaspé Passage - MP3
7 - The Sleepers In Their Sleep Shall Move - MP3

Available now in the DataObscura Store

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: June 15, 2008, 07:24:27 PM »
I've been off in Europe for a couple of weeks.
Good to be back amid my gear and album collection ... missed the music !

This weekend a few favorites
- Tom Opdahl: Black Smoker
- Cell: Live at Kumharas - Ibiza
- Entia Non: Sub Routine
- Last Days: These Places Are now Ruins
- Loscil: Triple Point
- Pub: Summer
- Boc Scadet: Vessel in June

hi Danny !
good to see you over here. Glad to hear you've been enjoying some of my Nunc Stans.
The anonymous thing was simply in the hope that people would listen with new ears and not expect anything in particular.

I remember hearing Robert Fripp at a live talk stressing that 'Expectation is the prison of attention.'
It's a good point.


Just put up on a neat mix by Entia Non  (James McDougall).

Get it here --->

there is a "Direct Link" at the bottom of the page for downloading.

track list:
000:00 01 Nigel Wright: Killing Time
005:45 02 Yui Onodera: Track 3 (Substrate)
009:13 03 Kazumichi Grime: Vertical
014:36 04 Tod Dockstader: Harbor
017:40 05 David Sylvian & Holger Czukay: Plight
023:19 06 Brian Eno : Lantern Marsh
028:44 07 Holger Czukay: Float Space
031:54 08 Juan Jose Calarco: Raiz de Invierno
039:20 09 Christopher McFall: Scent is to the Chorus
043:39 10 Entia Non: Still
050:55 11 Refat & Lang & Zimoun: Statics 09 (Statics II)
056:54 12 B.J. Nilsen: Finisterre
106:10 13 Lawrence English: Fleck
111:52 14 Peter Prautzsch: Daheim
116:40 15 Scott Taylor: A Dawn Frost on Cathedral Spire
119:48 16 Brian Eno & Harold Budd: Still Return

Minimal / drone / noise in general style. Good stuff.

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: May 21, 2008, 06:28:58 PM »

- Philip Glass: Glassworks

Its an old one, but still sounds so contemporary to my ears. Love it.

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: May 21, 2008, 04:24:43 PM »
Hey jkn, is there a problem with the Atmoworks site? I have just returned from being away for over a week and can't seem to connect regardless of what server I use. I'm just wondering if I missed something?
Peace, Kirk

I know its down for a little while. They are working out some new server (and other) details.

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: May 20, 2008, 02:45:44 PM »
Yep, on some sites pushing minimalism I don't realize one sample is still playing when I click on another, and its takes a while before I notice ... sometimes I have 3 or 4 going before I realize. And sometimes the samples sound better to my ears when more than one is playing. It does say something about the music.   :)

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: May 18, 2008, 09:14:21 AM »
Implex Grace - Through Luminescent Passages I

Some impressive/sonically fascinating & enjoyable things on this release.
Gets my stamp of approval.
Thanks, Alan.

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: May 16, 2008, 05:15:49 PM »
Just a note, Alan: that blue is almost impossible to read on the grey/dark background version of the forum .. which a number of us use. Probably best to avoid.

Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Now reading
« on: May 15, 2008, 11:46:41 AM »

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: May 14, 2008, 06:35:49 PM »
Its all me in this thread today :)
That's what comes of not having a real day job !

- Gas: Pop
such a wonderful noisy, grainy, repetitive thing.

Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Now reading
« on: May 14, 2008, 06:10:19 PM »
Ariana Franklin - Mistress of the Art of Death
Half way through and its an interesting historical novel set primarily in medieval Cambridge, England.
Its intelligent and informative about the time, and is a good murder mystery.

Brandon LaBelle - Background Noise: Perspectives on Sound Art
Just started this, its about sound art, sound spaces, architecture and sound installations. Fairly academic in style. Begins interestingly enough.

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: May 14, 2008, 02:11:38 PM »

- Namlook/Schulze: Dark Side of the Moog 9

always great.

My errors are always like hte and haer. One hand getting ahead of the ohter.

Everything and Nothing / Re: Now watching
« on: May 13, 2008, 02:00:36 PM »
HOUSE was an odd and unconvincing episode yesterday (the first of a double) ... but it really picked up towards the very end.

Didn't take the test, but I type surprisingly fast. But, looking over it I always find so many errors I have to correct I'm actually much better off typing slowly.

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: May 13, 2008, 01:31:01 PM »
Interesting stuff Mr. UnterShade.


I'm now listening to a load of early tracks I have here
- red joy reid / O-D-K / angina p / carbon based lifeforms / hazen / mutagene / dream long dead / and many others

was a great time back when the old originally started up.

He was also an enthusiastic promoter in north America of Mathias Grassow, an artist he greatly admired.

I also remember one of the tag lines on his emails:
"No trees were harmed during the making of this email; however, a large number of electrons were greatly inconvenienced."

I'm sorry to lose him.

The live part started just after midnight here. But I stayed awake for half of it.
Looking forward to hearing the whole thing.
I really liked your very gradual introduction of backing pads and rhythmic elements.
Worked well.

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