Anders Brørby is a norwgian Composer and sound atist, based in Oslo. As a founding member and songwriter in progressive / psychedelic band Radiant Frequency, Brørbys musical occupation circa 2004 – 2012 was focused around singing, writing and playing in a band setting. Elements of this approach found its way into his first solo works, which were a mixture of progressive synthpop and experimental ambient soundscapes, as well as acoustic songwriting. After moving steadily away from the rock scene, recent soundtrack work and solo material have stripped away the last elements of traditional songwriting, focusing instead on atmospheric, ambient experimentations of pure sound.
His latest album was the critically acclaimed "Nihil," released on Gizeh Records earlier this year. "Music For Imaginary Scenarios" is a continuation of this musical approach, created via improvisation and abstract work with computer, field recordings and processed guitar. The piece was recorded, edited and shaped into its final form between May and August, 2016.
“Music for Imaginary Scenarios” // Written, recorded and produced by Anders Brørby, Oslo, Norway, 2016.
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“Dunklekopf (Pts. I-IV: The Philistine, The Professor, The Third One, The Scribe)” // Joel Dillow: Vocals/Strings/Programming/Synthesizers // Kyle Valdes: Bass/Programming/Synthesizers // Location: “The Oomny Room” in Souderton, PA // Music created by tea-drinking punks, 2016.
All tracks mastered by Jon Du // Cover image from The British Library // AB photo by Rune Clausen // OM photo by Sarah Studios // Layout by Aaris King.
AAĀ010 // 2016 // Thank you.
"Nature is a feedback loop, from putrefaction to perfection and back again." - Adam Leith Gollner