Today sees the release of Brittle As Bones, the debut full-length from Sydney artist Setec aka Joshua Gibbs.
This gorgeous album finds Joshua exploring the depths of his distinctive sonic universe, combining found-sound percussion with looped acoustic instruments, long-forgotten samples and cascading vocal layers to create a unique and compelling listen.
Brittle As Bones is a joyous, intimate affair and we couldn’t be happier to share it with you.
Listen/download the album at the Feral bandcamp store here and watch a great video for lead single Water or Concrete below
The wonderful Sound Doctrine have premiered the second single from Setec’s forthcoming album Brittle as Bones, which is due out on August 18th.
We previously shared lead single Water or Concrete which showcased the delicate beauty of Setec’s music, whereas second single Lumen Lake finds him in full indie pop mode with its galloping energy and infectious vocal harmonies.
Read the full article at Sound Doctrine here and listen to Lumen Lake via the player below.
We are extremely excited to welcome Setec (aka Sydney-based multi-instrumentalist Joshua Gibbs) to the Feral family.
Joshua has been making music under the Setec moniker since 2012 and first came to our attention via the amazing I’ll Be Good EP.
Setec’s music is a joyous, intimate affair combining found-sound percussion with looped acoustic instruments, long-forgotten samples and cascading vocal layers to create a unique and compelling sonic universe.
We will be releasing his debut full-length Brittle As Bones next month. In the meantime you can listen to Water or Concrete, the first single from the album via the player below.
Spartak have teamed up with Danny Wild of Zonk Vision on a film clip for their track Nightshift.
Watch the clip above and check out Spartak’s Five Points EP here
We are extremely proud to present Clean Dirt, the debut full-length from 0point1 aka Melbourne-based artist Bob Streckfuss.
Ever since we became aware of Bob’s work we knew this album was going to be special, and now that it’s finally here we are certainly not disappointed. The album follows on from his 17 minute epic The Dance of Mechanical Birds which provided an insight into his restless, creative world.
Clean Dirt is a work of startling beauty and intricate composition merging elements of dream pop and found sound electronica with complex rhythms and ethereal vocals.
The intricate manipulation of acoustic sources reveals a dichotomy between the organic and synthetic elements giving the music a frenetic, endearing quality.
Brimming with tireless creativity and a seemingly endless pool of ideas, the album is an exciting statement from a unique new voice amongst the current musical landscape.
Clean Dirt is available digitally and as a limited edition printed USB which contains bonus tracks and artworks.
Head over to the Feral bandcamp store here or listen via the player below.
Following on from the success of their recent EP Five Points, Spartak have teamed up with director Scott Morrison (ROOM40) on a film clip for opening track On Conditions.
Check out the amazing video below!
Spartak “On Conditions” 2014 from Scott Morrison on Vimeo.
Later this month we will release Clean Dirt, the debut full-length from 0point1 aka Melbourne-based artist Bob Streckfuss.
The album is a work of startling beauty combining elements of dream pop and found sound electronica with frenetic IDM rhythms and ethereal vocals. Clean Dirt follows on from the epic 20 minute suite The Dance of Mechanical Birds released via Feral Media in 2013.
The lovely folk at A Closer Listen have premiered Cartoon River, the first preview from the album along with a brief interview with Bob.
Read the interview here and listen to the track via the player below. Stay tuned for the full release on June 23rd.