On his blog, Matt Kwid advised us that “Blaster Master,” the first track on Passive Listener, was created on his phone. Pretty ballsy way to begin, if you ask me. Using the highly regarded digital …
I just played through the mobile game on Android called “Monument Valley”. This is a great piece of design and audio/visual art.
Hypnagogue Podcast Features the song “Mekanism” for it’s 133 streaming Episode. You can listen to the podcast here.
Here’s the recipe for this one: melt one-third easy beats into two-thirds deep ambient cruise. Chill 90 minutes and enjoy. Download as mp3 Larry Kucharz, Engraving No. 1, Electro Engravings 5.23 …
Matt Kwid Passive Listener self-released; 2013 3.9 out of 5 By Stephanie Windfeldt
Album review by The Equal Ground
The first song section from Blaster Master off the Passive Listener album.
Created on my phone using Caustic.
Our 90-minute ride this time comes courtesy (once again!) of the review queue. Pulling from submissions sent for review between July and now, it’s a blend of cool drifts and rhythmic passages. Dive…
Hypnagogue Podcast Features the song “Omission” for it’s 121 streaming Episode. You can listen to the podcast here.
Read the full review here.
Matt Kwid ~ Artist Review … “Matt Kwid takes things to a different level, minimalistic and tight I thought I was listening to Aphex Twin on his first track Waiting Room. Next piece on his album is Drift; which slaps me across with face with God like Kraftwerk beats” … “Mekanism wouldn’t be out of place in a brilliant documentary like the 1983 film Koyaanisqatsi; in fact with the tiltshift effects on Matt Kwid Waiting Room Video you can see this and it’s a lovely nostalgic feeling” … “My favourite is Omission; it was beautiful, atmospheric and took me on yet another journey. All the artists I review on here all deserved to be congratulated not only for their originality but the level of work they put in and Matt Kwid is no different; in fact I believe he is a testament to it. ~ Gabriel.”