Just released for New Year’s Day, Omniverse is part two of my Verses Live Trilogy series. Culled entirely from live performances, Omniverse extends the spatial journey that was started in Multiverse, which brings together elements of many genres including electronic, ambient, and world musics.
Recorded from 2009 to 2012 on my former net radio program, “Atmosphera” on electro-music.com and mixed in September of 2012.
Out Now! Multiverse – Shane Morris
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Released 12/12/2012 – GMT 12:12:12
A Multiverse is multiple possible universes comprising everything that exists and can exist. The Multiverse contains all possibilities and all manifestations of those possibilities. Inside the Multiverse, all things are relative; all things are subjective.
Culled entirely from LIVE performances, Multiverse is first in the Verses Trilogy series. Recorded from 2009 to 2012 on Shane’s former net radio program, “Atmosphera” on electro-music.com radio and mixed in September of 2012.
As life has gotten busier for me, I am finding it harder to maintain a regular performance schedule for my Atmosphera series on electro-music.com. Thus I have decided that after almost 3 years of the Atmosphera performances, I will be ending the series in April with one final performance on Friday the 13th 2012. The good news is I will now have the time to cull through over 40+ hours of live music for releasing in a few large volumes. I will also still be playing periodic live sets on electro-music and stillstream, just no longer going to carry a regular schedule.
Thanks so much to everyone that has supported Atmosphera over the years.
A nice review of Premonition by Koshka at his splendid blog site “ill read you a story
Ethereal Live 005 Shane Morris and Kevin Haller – Live at City Skies 2011
[EL005] Live at City Skies 2011
New release out now with Kevin Haller on Ethereal Live netlabel “Live at City Skies 2011″ available for free download in 320k mp3 or flac.
Recorded live by host and sound engineer of City Skies, Jim Combs, these four tracks take listeners on a genre-bending trek of ambient, electronica, drone, minimalism, and space music sounds, with a touch of experimentalism thrown in for good measure. “Live at City Skies 2011″ is a swirl of textures and harmonies that often beacon through darker atmospheres that are continually undermined by subtle poly-rhythmic electronic grooves that undulate around the listeners field. It is also of interest to note that this performance was entirely improvised with no discussion of the music or its’ direction beforehand.