Was a beautiful, beautiful Audio Cephlon set. Jasper and
I used the opportunity to experiment for the WABAPA gig
coming up, going all-out with our 'video painting' techniques
- which went perfectly with Greg's melodic, haunting set.
We'll upload some to YouTube shortly.
should've been there!
(aka Greg Lawrence) can best be described as an electronic
musician fascinated with the technological future. His
compositions, which journey through different dance music
genres, are gently bathed in futuristic atmospheres and
melodies underpinned by synthetic beats perfectly suited
to a Sci-Fi soundtrack.
Influenced by the work of artists such as Arovane, Aphex
Twin, Autechre, LFO, Future Sound of London, and local
Perth acts such Sensory Overload and CSU, Audio Cephlon
came into being in 1997 with the purchase of an Ensoniq
released in 1998 on Divination Music's Black Paradigm
CD with his Calx track, it wasn't until three years later
that Audio Cephlon made a much greater impact on the Australian
Electronica scene. In response to sending out a few demos,
Sydney-based label Clan Analogue offered Audio Cephlon
a spot on their locked groove vinyl release and its Clan
Recordable compilation. Since then, Audio Cephlon has
had a steady stream of releases.