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Memory Wire - Pattern Recognition
 

Memory Wire Pattern Recognition

1
The Innumerable Stars
2
Pattern Recognition
3
Companion Ship
4
Charm
5
Rotation's End
6
The Temple
7
Some Are Born To Endless Night


Chris Conway -
keyboards, theremin, tin & low Irish whistles, voice, kalimba, chimes, effects
Jim Tetlow -
laptop, keyboards, cajon, violin, effects
+special guests
Tom Corah - trombone - 3
Alan Freeman -
synthesizer - 3






 


Memory Wire
Patterns.
Memory Wire's adventures continue with concert recordings focusing here on minimal music, interspersed with cosmic ambiences featuring theremin, and layered sound textures.



The Innumerable Stars



Some Are Born To Endless Night


background
Pattern Recognition - the live and minimal one
Memory Wire played at a number of live events. This album was taken mostly from a concert at the CPulse event at the Phoenix Digital Media Centre (1, 7), The rest made up from a concert at Fabrika Arts Cebtre (6), and the monthly Quadelectronic events that Chris & Jim organise. (2, 3, 4, 5)
On this album Memory Wire enjoyed playing minimal Terry Riley-esque sections, each playing electric piano, which was a feature of their live set.

trivia
The title Pattern Recogniton came from a book title by William Gibson.

influences
Robert Rich, Terry Riley. Vidna Obmana, Eduard Artemiev, Alio Die,

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