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Signal Quest // Hypermyth LP

Signal Quest // Hypermyth LP

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This is a record released by American ambient jazz trio Signal Quest (Lynn Avery, Cole Pulice, Mitch Stahlmann) from the country's electronic label Orange Milk in November 2023.

Contains nine experimental ambient jazz pieces using wind instruments and electronics. DL code included.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here To See More Orange Milk Records Releases Available at tobira.

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Includes DL code. 12 "black vinyl.

Tracklist:

  1. Sparking Node Network 02:43
  2. Tide Pool Portals to Another World 05:57
  3. Echo Amulet (feat. Briana Marela) 01:03
  4. Save Point Sanctuary 03:46
  5. moonVR 00:41
  6. p2p_CRYSTALRUINS 04:07
  7. mailer-dæmon.exe 03:31
  8. Real-Time Renders of Rippling Caustics 04:33
  9. Spirit Tech 10:53

Orange Milk:

" Hypermyth opens suddenly with an enrapturing ambience of electronics, saxophone, and galactic clatter. We've fallen headfirst into Signal Quest's sonic palette, stepping through a flickering screen into wide open space filled with the blossoming collaboration between members Lynn Avery, Cole Pulice, and Mitch Stahlmann. Hypermyth is the trio's second full release and their first under the moniker Signal Quest, shedding a placeholder acronym of their names, LCM, for a name engendering a more fitting ethos of their continued electro-acoustic forays.

Signal Quest began as a friendship and participation in the vibrant music scene of Minneapolis, MN before the three found their way west, landing in Oakland, CA. Their partnership extends to each other's solo works – see Stahlmann's electro-acoustic album “Into the Wish ”, the tranquil digital watercolors on Avery's project Iceblink, and Pulice's astral saxophone works under their own name and as a duo with Avery. This latest release speaks to the synergy of each artist's input and a well developed language of improvisation developed individually and in union .

In their debut self-titled release, Signal Quest succeeded at creating a glowing ambience out of sprawling textures and playful patterns. Hypermyth builds on this original recipe and pushes their music into deeper water; the hues richer, more varied and dynamic. The album also takes palpable influence from the music of 90s video games, specifically the graphic adventure game Myst. Beyond the aesthetics , this music is inspired by the dynamic nature of the game's soundtrack within the RPG domain, a digital narrative roaming pixelated and introverted investigation across grand sonic landscapes teeing with surprises, curious dialogue, and imagined sprawl.

Signal Quest's music and formation also participates in an ongoing brew of electronic music and improvisation that steeps in the Bay Area down to its bedrock, from institutions like Mills College, the San Francisco Tape Music Center, and ensembles like Sonic Arts Union. It joins a A continuum of composers like Pauline Oliveros, John Bischoff, and David Behrman in pushing electro-acoustic improvisation into exciting new realms.
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Artist: Signal Quest

Label: Orange Milk Records

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This is a record released by American ambient jazz trio Signal Quest (Lynn Avery, Cole Pulice, Mitch Stahlmann) from the country's electronic label Orange Milk in November 2023.

Contains nine experimental ambient jazz pieces using wind instruments and electronics. DL code included.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here To See More Orange Milk Records Releases Available at tobira.

----------------------

Includes DL code. 12 "black vinyl.

Tracklist:

  1. Sparking Node Network 02:43
  2. Tide Pool Portals to Another World 05:57
  3. Echo Amulet (feat. Briana Marela) 01:03
  4. Save Point Sanctuary 03:46
  5. moonVR 00:41
  6. p2p_CRYSTALRUINS 04:07
  7. mailer-dæmon.exe 03:31
  8. Real-Time Renders of Rippling Caustics 04:33
  9. Spirit Tech 10:53

Orange Milk:

" Hypermyth opens suddenly with an enrapturing ambience of electronics, saxophone, and galactic clatter. We've fallen headfirst into Signal Quest's sonic palette, stepping through a flickering screen into wide open space filled with the blossoming collaboration between members Lynn Avery, Cole Pulice, and Mitch Stahlmann. Hypermyth is the trio's second full release and their first under the moniker Signal Quest, shedding a placeholder acronym of their names, LCM, for a name engendering a more fitting ethos of their continued electro-acoustic forays.

Signal Quest began as a friendship and participation in the vibrant music scene of Minneapolis, MN before the three found their way west, landing in Oakland, CA. Their partnership extends to each other's solo works – see Stahlmann's electro-acoustic album “Into the Wish ”, the tranquil digital watercolors on Avery's project Iceblink, and Pulice's astral saxophone works under their own name and as a duo with Avery. This latest release speaks to the synergy of each artist's input and a well developed language of improvisation developed individually and in union .

In their debut self-titled release, Signal Quest succeeded at creating a glowing ambience out of sprawling textures and playful patterns. Hypermyth builds on this original recipe and pushes their music into deeper water; the hues richer, more varied and dynamic. The album also takes palpable influence from the music of 90s video games, specifically the graphic adventure game Myst. Beyond the aesthetics , this music is inspired by the dynamic nature of the game's soundtrack within the RPG domain, a digital narrative roaming pixelated and introverted investigation across grand sonic landscapes teeing with surprises, curious dialogue, and imagined sprawl.

Signal Quest's music and formation also participates in an ongoing brew of electronic music and improvisation that steeps in the Bay Area down to its bedrock, from institutions like Mills College, the San Francisco Tape Music Center, and ensembles like Sonic Arts Union. It joins a A continuum of composers like Pauline Oliveros, John Bischoff, and David Behrman in pushing electro-acoustic improvisation into exciting new realms.
 "

Artist: Signal Quest

Label: Orange Milk Records