19.09.14

Scott Lawlor, EugeneKha and Mister Vapor - THREE MOONS


COLLABORATION ALBUM
Mister Vapor posted a nice, plum drone in late summer of 2014 called "Jupiter". Scott Lawlor picked that sound up and created 3 pieces, each based on a moon of Jupiter. Scott and Vapor asked EugeneKha to add some elements to the compositions, and Mister Vapor joined in to add a final layer or three, artwork and mastering.
This release is a collaboration in the truest sense-- it exemplifies the kind of cooperation made possible by internet communication.
Imagine yourself taking a trip around the Solar System's largest planet, surveying the topography of each of three of its amazing moons.

Music by Scott Lawlor Evgenij V. Kharitonov (EugeneKha), Thomas Park (Mister Vapor)
Records: August–September 2014
Release Date: 2014-09-17
Label: Treetrunk Records
Catalog: Treetrunk 305
Style: Drone Ambient, Space, Minimal Dark Ambient, Soundscape, Collaborations
Time: 69:15
Format: FLAC 24 bit, VBR mp3, Ogg Vorbis
Artwork by Thomas Park

FREE RELEASE AT ARCHIVE.ORG

Track-list:
1. Io The Mountins Of Gish Bar Mons (23:04)
2. Ganymede The Dark Plain of Galileo (23:06)
3. Europa the ice rafts of Conamara Chaos (23:06)

23.08.14

EugeneKha - ETUDES-1



Label: 45 Echoes Sounds
Style: Ambient
Time: 43:13
FLAC, MP3 (320 kbps), VBR
Release date: 23 August 2014
Tracks: 5

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21.07.14

EugeneKha - Fog Music 6



Aural Films presents "Fog Music." A series of recordings inspired by the weather condition known as fog. Light and dark, wet and dry, this invasive event is a great source of inspiration for sound artists from around the world. This project seeks to publish 24 hours of these recordings as an on-going series for all to hear and enjoy.

released 21 July 2014 

EugeneKha - All sounds and production. 

Cover photography - Carbon111

Label - Aural Films (USA)

REVIEW:
Brian Bourassa (aka The Pliability Effect): “Picture yourself wandering aimlessly in the woods - in the fog. You would think that you would be apprehensive not knowing exactly where you were, but you are not. Instead you are curious with wonder and new discovery and somehow a seemingly confined space becomes open and limitless. This is the place where EugeneKha has taken us to in his two-part contribution to the "Fog Music" series. It is the place where breathing becomes wonder, not longer weighted down by thought”.