“ODrex Trip 010 is a journey inspired by Detroit Techno, Electronica, IDM and Dub Techno braught to us by our dear friend Penrose called Journey To Perdide. All trax are 1 shot studio recordings done with gear, enjoy the voyage.”
“I felt a change of pace was needed, so I tried my hand at something 150+BPM. Initially it was a straight 4/4 hardcore/gabber piece, but it eventually morphed into this.
Chopped the vocal from an old Dancehall LP I bought this week, sounds a lot like Burro Banton to me but I’m not 100% on that. Burro Banton is the fucking man, so I’ve got no issue crediting him with it regardless of his involvement.
Everything is sequenced on an old, tired MPC4000. Drums are Vermona DRM MK1 through a Voodoo Octave guitar pedal. Percussion is a Roland M-DC 1 processed through a JomoX T-Resonator II and couple of other guitar pedals. Synth pad is the Waldorf MicroWave XT with a Boss RV-1000 on top. Outro synth was Novation Super BassStation and a T.C. Electronics Fireworx. Master channel; Art Pro VLA II compressor and an old Akai PEQ. All recorded to tape for the dancehall feel (and hiss, mainly).”
“With Quasi-Stationary Ambelion has brought his distinctive approach to electronic music to CerebralAudio. My first introduction to the work of Ambelion was in 2014 when I found a remastered copy of his 2008 release Waiting for Quarters. I was taken by his ability to mix Ambient, IDM, Berlin School and a host of other electronic music styles.
This release sees Ambelion’s more IDM approach to electronic music: lots of beats and breaks, with hints of swirling ambiance at times, and other times more mechanical counterpoint. This is really a return to the style of the 90’s, but with a modern touch that only Ambelion could envisage.
Ambelion is a Ukrainian born electronic musician who has been recording for over ten years. He has over 30 releases to his credit. He finds that even when things are going rough, he finds pleasure and joy in making music. It has been the major constant in his life, and will remain the major constant in his life for many years to come.
Listen to this release, and I think you will find that there is much heartfelt passion in this work. This is an artist who has been inspired by many artists in his vast collection of CDs. And yet, he has found his own way of interpreting these ideas.”