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Behind the world of I SPEAK MACHINE with Tara Busch & Maf Lewis


Obeheim & Arturia treats and the “Belly of the Beast”.

Greetings from Wales! In our 8th week of our visit, thus far has been quite an interesting ride! The sun seems to be less shy these days, and I have been deeply embedded in a remix for one of my favorite artists. I am fortunate enough to have an OB-8 & OSCar on loan from Dave at G-Force software (amazing machines – my first adventure with a real polysynth)…
…and a beautiful Korg 770s borrowed from Benge. I always marvel at how these machines are so “alive” to me, so distinct yet pliable for your own personal uniqueness…or something like that. AND last but not least, I’m just sinking my teeth into the new Arturia Microbrute – a badass little beast in her own right.
Oherwise things here in the UK have been pretty fruitful for the future of the Silence and the development of the I Speak Machine project as well – possibly coming back in the summer to play loads of shows in the UK – we’ll see!

I’ll leave you now with a creation that has swept me off my feet that I really love, by Gazelle Twin…her new release “Belly Of the Beast” is available on her Soundcloud page as a free download and the equally stunning/ gratifyingly disturbing video is below. Fucking fabulous….I think Benge added some analogue magic as well.

Gazelle Twin – Belly Of The Beast (official video) from Gazelle Twin on Vimeo.

Be back soon with more, just floating by here with thoughts. Not very talkative lately, but I hope I can find it in my work flow to add more posts this year!

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