Audiophone

by Ian Epps

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about

Debut cd by Brooklyn-based video/audio artist Ian Epps. Epps creates a playful music out of manipulated sine waves and digital artifacts. For this genre of computer glitchery, Epps has a unique sense of phrasing and timing. He introduces charming musical hooks and bats them around and tears at them until they are lost in machine-like textures and atmospherics. Fragments of the original ideas then resurface throughout the disc's 86 tracks. This is a fun and promising debut work intended to be played on shuffle.

"… by the time Audiophone has reached track 86, it has pointed the way down numerous witty and provocative pathways without overstaying its welcome."
-Wire Magazine

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released February 1, 2001

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