"Cellular Automata" is the first collaboration between composer and free improvisor, Richard Scott and Vocal Sculptor/Beatboxer, Jason Singh.
The album was recorded live over two days in July 2014 at Richard's studio in Berlin.
Richard Scott is a composer and free improvising musician working with analogue modular synthesizers and alternative controllers such as his own self-designed WiGi infra red controller developed at STEIM, the Buchla Thunder and Buchla Lightning. He has been composing and performing improvised music for over 25 years, producing, performing and recording with artists such as Evan Parker, Twinkle³, Edward Barton, Clive Bell, Olaf Rupp, Robin Hayward, Richard Barrett, Gustavo Aguilar, David Ross, Bark! and Grutronic. He studied improvisation with John Stevens, saxophone with Elton Dean and Steve Lacy, Action Theater improvisation with Sten Rudstrom and electroacoustic composition with David Berezan and Ricardo Climent.
Jason Singh is a composer and performer who uses his voice and live sampling and processing technology to create sound and music compositions. Some of his past collaborations include performances with Tim Exile, Leafcutter John, Nitin Sawhney, Rokia Traore, Sebastian Rochford (Polar Bear), Shabaka Hutchings, Arun Ghosh and Stuart McCallum (Cinematic Orchestra). Singh has also created vocal sound works for organisations that include the National Trust, BBC Countryfile and Springwatch, BFI, V&A Museum and SONOS.
released October 10, 2014
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