MP3 Zylascope - Louder Than the Big Bang
Driving beats, techno bass lines, mind-twisting synth filtering, gated synth pads flutter by alongside snappy beats while grunge guitars cut through danceable grooves and mysterious music for headphones.
20 MP3 Songs in this album (59:24) !
Related styles: ELECTRONIC: Trance, ELECTRONIC: Acid Techno
People who are interested in Robert Miles Jeff Lynne The Presets should consider this download.
Zylascope started in Coffs Harbour in 1990 under the name Plethora with Geoff Williams
(Guit/Vox/Amiga) and Pawl Andersen (Bass/Vox/Keys). Pawl left to start his band Cartoon.
In 1993 I asked Peter Tasker to join, playing bass. We played some shows in Lismore that
were great fun but a few months later we split. On-stage we played Guitar and Bass over a
backing tape containing all the sequencing, drums, synth parts, sound effects, etc., and
sang on top of that.
I guess you''ve got to expect to come up against some resistance when you''re trying to do
something truly unique... That explains why we were literally thrown out of one pub, for singing
Our best show in Lismore was a support gig for Bloody Mary at the Gollan. Now, the
Gollan is only a small pub but it was cram packed full that night. All Bloody Mary fans.
I asked Graeme Ward to play drums with us that night, so we were a three piece that night.
(Peter, Graeme & Me) About half of the tracks on Louder Than The Big Bang were performed
in the Lismore shows and the rest were recorded in the 15 years since that Gollan show.
I spent a long time just recording instrumentals. So long as it had a driving beat, techno
bass lines and mind-twisting synth filtering, it got recorded. Gated synth pads flutter by
alongside snappy beats while grunge guitars cut through the industrial stampede of digital
sampling. Electronica, tracks ranging from danceable grooves to mysterious music for
headphones. Pumping electro-instrumentals. Experimental trance rock. Something a bit
different. If you love Britney Spears then you''ll hate us!
15 years later I have decided to release "Louder Than The Big Bang" under the name
Zylascope. I''m working on a new album too so please check this page to stay informed...