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Merrin Karras - Apex album

Merrin Karras - Apex album
Performer: Merrin Karras
Title: Apex
Released: 2016
Country: US
Style: Ambient, Downtempo
Genre: Electro
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 355
Formats: MP2 AHX VOC MP1 DMF RA APE
MP3 size: 1724 mb
FLAC size: 1291 mb

Tracklist

A1 Catharsis
A2 Elevate
B1 Apex
B2 Severance
C1 The Veldt
C2 Liberant
D1 Void
D2 Isolation

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Black Knoll Studio

Credits

  • Mastered By – Rafael Anton Irisarri
  • Written-By, Producer – Brendan Gregoriy

Notes

Limited edition "Balearic Sea Green" vinyl of 500 copies with digital download.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ASIPV005 Merrin Karras Apex ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd, Num, Han) A Strangely Isolated Place ASIPV005 US 2016
none Merrin Karras Apex ‎(8xFile, FLAC, Album, 24 ) A Strangely Isolated Place none US 2016


Apex ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Bal). A Strangely Isolated Place. In fact it pushed past the simple minded analog loops to something more modern/complex. As shown here on Apex. Harking the mood of early OPN and holding true to early synth soundtrack themes, Apex is a keeper. ASIP is an "ambient" label to keep an eye on. Solid design, solid sound design.

Debut Merrin Karras live performance coming up November 11th in Bochum. 8 December 2017 ·. James Zabiela has included "Void" on his forthcoming mix for Balance Series. Merrin Karras is an Irish electronic artist living in Berlin, ground zero, for 70s German Space music. He brings those sounds into his own music on his album, Apex.

For his Karras recordings, Gregoriy established strict guidelines, prohibiting himself from using samples or any sort of percussion. The resulting music doesn't feel limited by any means; it's bright, alive, and freely flowing, submitting to its own cadences and following its own course. Debut Karras full-length Apex is a rich, melodic album full of propulsive drumless rhythms and rippling melodies that seem directly inspired by the tuneful works of Klaus Schulze rather than much of the sterile, lifeless drone that often gets categorized as ambient.

Merrin Karras, Apex (ASIPV005). We're pleased to announce our fifth artist vinyl release will come from Ireland's Brendan Gregoriy under his new ambient alias, Merrin Karras. Producing and playing under Chymera for more than 15 years, Brendan Gregoriy’s distinctive take on house and techno has seen him play at iconic venues like Panorama Bar, Womb, Output, and Rex Club, and release music on respected labels including Ovum, NRK, Delsin and Cocoon.

In stock now for same day shipping. 2016 sees Brendan take on a new alias, Merrin Karras. Inspired by the sounds of artists like Klaus Schulze, Biosphere and Abul Mogard, and finding renewed focus in creating without external pressures or deadlines, Gregoriy's ambient experimentation emerged, fully-formed, as Merrin Karras. His debut album under this moniker, Apex, was written and recorded in two Berlin winters, it's a record driven by a widescreen contrast between celestial beauty and engulfing black hole intent.

Brendan Gregoriy, AKA Chymera, has an ambient album on the way under his Merrin Karras alias. The Irish-born Gregoriy is best known for his pumping, melodic club tunes, which have come out on labels like Ovum, Cocoon and Kompakt. The new album, titled Apex, will see him indulge his softer side, releasing material as Kerran for only the second time (one of his tracks made it onto a John Beltran-curated compilation on Delsin in 2014

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Everyone is like, OMG! Stranger Things! 80's sci-fi soundtrack revival! (Not to take away from SURVIVE or Steve Moore etc...) But it never died in many circles. In fact it pushed past the simple minded analog loops to something more modern/complex. As shown here on Apex. Harking the mood of early OPN and holding true to early synth soundtrack themes, Apex is a keeper. ASIP is an "ambient" label to keep an eye on. Solid design, solid sound design.
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