A mongrel project born out of wide-ranging influences, with a particular affinity for any music that positively influences perception and thinking. We’re developing a hybrid style that occasionally references its parents while dipping its toes into the sea of aleatory, indeterminant composition. Exploring juxtapositions of sounds and styles, melodies and noise, planned and random acts, field recordings and electronics, analog and digital… and hoping the music we create is both innovative, interesting and, importantly, sounds good!
Albums available on Naviar Records: relief.silence comes (NR003)
An electronic musician from Kobe, Japan, He began his career in 2011. Taking inspiration from the natural surroundings in the suburbs where he grew up, his early music’s major themes were the city and nature. However, his later music tends towards the impersonal, allowing each listener to fit the sounds into the spaces of his or her life, attempting to link the ideas of memory and recollection into his music.
Albums available on Naviar Records: Wet Petals (NR002)
Albums available on Naviar Records: The Nightfall (NR005)
I’m a self taught musician and sound mangler blurring the boundaries between analog and digital, acoustic and electronic, generative and human. I work in the present moment letting the music flow wherever it wants. My aim is to make music that is strange and experimental yet resonates on a deeper level.
Albums available on Naviar Records: Saline Celestial (NR001)
Simon is a cellist & composer based in Stroud, Gloucestershire. After playing in several bands as a bass player in the 90s he started making music and sound design for theatre, contemporary dance and film. He has worked with visual artists creating soundscapes for installations and exhibitions, defining space and feeling with sound. Also releases work as ‘amonism’ combining influences of modern classical, free improvisation with electronics & field recording.
Albums available on Naviar Records: Song Lines (NR007)
Albums available on Naviar Records: Breath Slowly (NR004)