Iambic vs Halogen
June 3, 2009, 12:55 pm
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The talented UK artists Halogen and Iambic recently got together to perform an exclusive live improvised set for Fluid Audio. The outcome is very special indeed and has to be heard to sum up what they managed to achieve.
Crossing over into new uncharted territroy, the guys are pushing electroacoustic frequencies to the next level in futuristic sounds and I have a feeling this is the start of a special relationship between the two artists.

We are offering up the performance as a free download as a way of saying thanks to all who have supported Fluid Audio over the last few months.

Big love goes out to Adam and Guy for making this happen 😉

Download the set here

More information on the artists below….


Blending live guitars and vocals with intricate, subtle melodies and rhythms, Halogen’s music is best described as organic electronica. Multi-instrumentalist Adam Janota-Bzowski draws on his diverse musical background which encompasses post-rock, jazz, glitch, blues, idm and experimental to create a sonically rich listening experience and cites the work of minimalist composer Steve Reich as a main influence on his work.
Currently studying a digital music and sound art course at Brighton University he releases his material through his own imprint; ‘Maternity’ and ‘Blood Tribe Records’, co run with Zak Norman and dubstep producer David Rzepa aka Sick Rebel.


At the age of 21, with two full albums already released, another in progress and other songs appearing on various compilations, the London based producer Guy Andrews (aka iambic) is already making his mark in the electronic music scene.
The iambic 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.


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