Heights Peak by Trjaeu, released 11 October 2012 1. House Voice 2. Eastern Singing 3. Small Hours 4. Endings 5. Third Eight 6. Wooleyes 7. Habitat 8. Fishpond 9. Fractal Fruit 10. Arrow. itsumishi The Trjaeu name might imply they're a bunch of wankers that can't work out words shouldn't consist only of three consonants followed by three vowels; but the music implies they're a bunch of very talented and sonically aware wankers that can't work out words shouldn't consist of three consonants followed by three vowels. A gorgeous album, with gorgeous artwork.
Read about Wooleyes from Trjaeu's Heights Peak and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Originally hailing from Hobart, the connection to Tasmania's wilderness can be heard in the sensuous loops, bizarre beats and a thick bed of organic sounds that meld together in trancelike patterns. Continually re-inventing their style, the sonic palate of Trjeau's sound is wondrous.
Peak Hour is an album by Psychic TV. Artwork By - Plasma Art. Engineer - Dave Cat. Keyboards - Gavin Redman. Mixed By, Producer - Deep Fry, The Greedy Beat Syndicate. Performer - Andy Chatterley, Genesis P-Orridge, Anthony "Hugo" Longden, Matthew Best, Richard Schiessl, Sean Maher. Producer - Richard Schiessl. Written By - Psychic TV. Recorded in London, San Francisco, Nepal between March and June 1993.
Endings - Trjaeu) Trjeaus seamless blend of gloss & moss incorporates analogue keyboards, textured audio and finely sculpted samples that conjure up nature in synthetic form Listen to any song online for free. Stream free internet radio stations. Trjeau's seamless blend of gloss & moss incorporates analogue keyboards, textured audio and finely sculpted samples that conjure up nature in synthetic form.
Studio album by Dave Pike Quartet.
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