Monday, March 12, 2012

Music Monday: Shape Worship

This week on Music Monday we feature Shape Worship:

'Shape Worship is a solo project, making electronic music combining melody, texture and rhythm. I've been making music for a few years, have produced two demo EPs under the Shape Worship name (available here and here), and have just finished putting together my first proper release, an EP for [New Cross-based] Exotic Pylon Records scheduled for release this summer. I'm also working on a live show involving looped instruments, synths & samplers, and self-coded software patches.

I'm based in Herne Hill, and have worked closely with a local artists' collective called "What They Could Do, They Did", running events in London and further afield. Other friends from the group include digital artist Daniel Jones, music blogger Urlaubshits, film maker Garry Sykes, photographer Julia Hodgson, independent publishers Monster Emporium Press, and fine artists Hestia Peppe and Tom Moore'.

Enjoy the visually and musically luscious film for The Sunning Wall, made by Graham Dorey:

And the equally sumptuous Super Multiples, film by Garry Sykes:

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