New score (.pdf , 25mb) for eight voices parametrically controlled with noise-terrain amplitude envelopes.
Just finished the first rehearsal of my new piece, Escapement with the LSTwo ensemble. Extremely slow and quiet.
The score for Vermilion Sands is now online here (.pdf, 13.5mb).
for flute, violin, violoncello and percussion.
Inspired by Ballardian landscapes, the score’s parametric control values were parsed from ‘dystopian’ terrains, generated from Perlin noise textures (title image).
As many of you know, the inimitable Home Normal have released a little album of mine from the early Ithaca Trio vaults. Recorded in early 2009, this is radically different from last year’s New Music from the Delta Quadrant on Hibernate.
Solo piano and tape loops, this is some real lo-fi, dreamy-ass, floaty-ass shit. Oh, and it looks amazing. Damn right, you’ll love it:
You can listen here:
I’ve got a few copies going, £8 + p&p. Email me if you’d like a copy and we’ll work it out over paypal. ollie [dot] thurley [at] googlemail [dot] com or buy via my discogs profile.
A recording of 10 pages of the score to my new piece, Tide.
Scott Mc Laughlin: Acoustic Guitar, Vibraphone, Timpani, Bass Drum
Alannah Halay: Piano, Triangle, Cymbal, Floor Tom
Oliver Thurley: Glockenspiel, Double Bass, Tamtam, Tubular Bells
Alex De Little: Zither, Trombone, Triangle, Bass Drum
James Lavender: Electric Guitar, Zither, Cymbal, Timpano
Phill Harding: Sine Waves
Recorded in Leeds: 26th November, 2013
A short prelude for my next work…