NYZ - XNOTNL

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Tracklist:
A1: FM60Pcelltwonky
A2: NYZ-1_HI-TINEZ4
A3: FM60Pcelltwinky::welcome2myworld
A4: NYZ-1_FM40Psubtree
A5: NYZ-1_HI-TINEZ3
A6: FM60POrvPyt
A7: NYZ-1_LTDRN
A8: NYZ-1_QVtwungler
A9: NYZ-1_LTDRN2
B1: MTNAM_8_SRi::OrganDonor
B2: FM40Pacidfractionalnote
B3: FM40Pcelltwerkle::welcome2myworld
B4: NYZ-1_HI-TINEZ
B5: NYZ-1_HI-TINEZ2
B6: NYZ-1_DRN3
B7: NYZ-1_DRN2


Written & produced by David Burraston. Recorded at Noyzelab, 2014-2017.

After a happy chance meeting at an event in the National Portrait Gallery in London, NYZ was invited to make a tape for The Tapeworm. On returning to Australia he went into the studio, digging up some recent-ish pieces from the last few years, and also making a handful of new ones. The music on this tape is a mix of Cellular Automata sequencing hooked up to various synthesis/FX methodologies including: Frequency Modulation, Phase Modulation, Sampling, old school hardware DSP and ROMplers. Musically this tape covers a range of different tunings and intervals, designed to take you on journey through the obscurities of NYZ's approach to experimental sound and music making.


Biography:

David Burraston is an award winning artist/scientist working in the areas of technology and electronic music since the late 1970s. His experimental arts practice encompasses field recording, landscape-scale sound art, chaos/complexity, sound synthesis and electronic music. He performs, lectures, conducts workshops and creates art installations in Regional NSW and around the world. David also designs and builds sound synthesizers based on his theories of chaos/complexity science.

He has previously released his highly original form of experimental research music on numerous cult labels such as Alku (in collaboration with Russell Haswell), Important Records/Cassauna, Taiga, .meds, Cataclyst, Engraved Glass, Tochnit Aleph, Beta Bodega Coalition, SevCom Edition, Entr'acte and Psoma Psi Phi and featured in The Wire Magazine's Below The Radar series.

David has worked with many diverse collaborators such as Aphex Twin, William Barton, Alan Lamb, Chris Watson, Russell Haswell, Robin Fox, Oren Ambarchi, Sarah Last, Cat Hope, Garry Bradbury, MIT Media Lab and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. In 2014 he independently published the legendary "SYROBONKERS!", the most technical and in-depth interview ever given by Aphex Twin.

Throughout the 1990's David had an innovative role in the foremost UK telco’s R&D laboratory in diverse areas such as Artificial Life, Chaos and Complex Systems, Spatial Audio, Virtual Reality and Data Visualisation. His 2006 PhD thesis (Generative Music & Cellular Automata) developed and applied fundamental new concepts, arising out of generative music practice, to a key problem in complex systems.

David is a founding member of the Electronic Music Foundation Institute (www.emf.org). He was part of the team that designed and built long wire installations at The WIRED Lab and is a member of the Board of Directors (www.wiredlab.org). He has been operating Noyzelab as an independant art/science music studio since 1981 (www.noyzelab.com) and to the surprise of many is even on twitter @noyzelab

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