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Core Alter is Steve Baxter and Elliott Watson. m-Realizable was made swapping sysex files back and forth between Brisbane, Australia, and San Diego, USA, mastered from the raw edits of its creative sessions. m-Realizable is sonically equally spacious and dense, disruptive and meditative, fiercely digital and organic all at once. Opaque yet open-ended in its unfolding narrative and how you’ll distill the music. Rather than hyping each tune, we urge you to dive in, and to absorb it fully. You might pick a few possible influences while listening to m-Realizable, yet I’m positive you’ll quickly realize how personal, honest, deep and singular this 7 tracker is. As a related note, this is the perfect release to kickstart 3OP : the label almost created itself before our eyes (Elliott’s, Steve’s and mine), and it was a spontaneous yet obvious decision to release a Core Alter opus first. Asking Andrew Bates to handle visuals was our next move as a collective. I’m delighted I get to master our catalogue. Dream team work at play. -Nil This release is dedicated to the memory of our friend Salvatorin (Philip Josef Glowa). Written and Performed by Steve Baxter and Elliott Watson Mastered by Nil Hartman Artwork by Andrew Bates Limited archive edition, 20 copies : Preview / Megamix :
Greetings! I released a pair of EPs recently: https://eczem.bandcamp.com/album/vormaks --- https://eczem.bandcamp.com/album/veliform These collections are cut from the same sonic cloth, and are from overlapping sessions: shared tools, synth patches, sequencers, etc... Most of them have a very realtime and live-jam core to them... and most of them are more static than I would like, structurally. Hopefully they are still interesting, at least for timbre and texture. Vormaks, in particular, works best with gapless play. Here are some download codes: Vormaks: Veliform: Thanks for listening, - E