Iambic-Move
September 27, 2008, 11:25 am
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‘Move’ is a concept EP based around minimal lo-fi recording techniques and short improvised loops. These four songs were played and recorded by Guy using any instruments and household items he could find that made noise. Short loops were constructed and layered on top of each other to create an extremely organic sounding EP. Once the loops were created, Guy arranged them into full songs that mimicks the order they were recorded in to keep the original vibe. Over the entire EP there is only one synthesised sound, a first for iambic!

At the age of 20 the London based producer is already making his mark in the electronic music scene.
The iambic2 project is loosely based around the ambient genre but takes influences from genres such as jazz, IDM, post-rock, hip hop and more. The music is aimed at capturing the vibe that was present at the time of recording, whether it be evocative, relaxed or melancholic; the listener should be able to either pick up on these emotions or interpret it in their own way.
After the success of the first album ‘Under These Stars, We’ll Sleep Again’ which was released on the Austrian based label ‘Laridae Records’ at the start of 2007 and the much anticipated follow up ‘As The Snow Fell’ released in February 2008, iambic2 has received a large amount of interest from both promoters and other labels both in the UK and abroad. ‘Under These Stars, We’ll Sleep Again’ and ‘As The Snow Fell’ have both proven to be two of Laridae’s most popular releases ever; which has created an international iambic2 fan base.
Guy also performs iambic2 songs live. His previous gigs include many smaller events in the UK and the renowned ‘Wide Open Eyes Shut’ in Graz, Austria.
Currently, Guy is rehearsing with a full live band to take the act to the next level and will start playing various venues from April 2008. They will be performing a whole range of new and exciting songs plus songs from both previous albums.

www.iambicmusic.com

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