DO YOU FEEL LUCKY?   LIMITED CD-R IS NOW OUT

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I am happy to announce a new release
bellerophone | Do You Feel Lucky?
Back in the 70s, through Brian Eno’s involvement with Harmonia and Cluster, a new breed of ambient electronic music emerged. Eno helped, or for others, used those bands and their approach towards music but for sure their team up resulted in a series of great original albums. Using similar hardware and recording strategies bellerophone pays a tribute to those unique musicians projecting the vibe of those Frost days in 21st century dystopian atmosphere.

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USES OF GRAVITY IS OUT BY FROM A TREE RECORDS

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Built around neglected recordings, products of moments with my long lost first modular synthesizer, “Uses of Gravity” gives the opportunity in forgotten sounds to come to surface again, acting as the foundation for new soundscapes. Continuing from the point reached with “do you feel lucky”, not so much in style but in compositional philosophy, “Uses of Gravity” moves into more abstract and spontaneous forms, aiming towards a raw production methodology.

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LIVE – 2nd IMPROVISED MUSIC FESTIVAL ATHENS

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17th issue of IRRELEVATED series is out by Attenuation Circuit Records.  Includes “Invest in Ugliness” a new unreleased composition for tape and modular synth

The digital version of my 2010 album “Sonic Sculptures” is out by Attenuation Circuit Records, Germany

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BELLEROPHONE –  SONIC SCULPTURES

Sonic Sculptures is the outcome of a process that can be described as a game. Custom MaxMSP interface creates unpredictable sonic environments. Suitable for unlimited live improvisations utilizes tape simulators, analogue style sequencing, pfft filtering and sine-wave oscillators to create layers of sounds that can be recorded and reprocessed live through an unending process.

– Format : cdr
– Composed by bellerophone
– Recorded and mixed in Athens 2008-2009
– Mastered by bellerophone 2010
– Originally Released by Setola di Maiale, housed in a folder with silver/black CDR