temporaryspace

by offthesky + Radere

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Colorado-based producers, sound artists and mates offthesky (aka Jason Corder) and Radere (aka Carl Ritger) team-up to deliver 'temporaryspace.' A nineteen-minute long-format soundscape recorded live at an album launch for 'The Season of Lost Buttons' — their last collaborative effort, which was distributed by Wist Rec. in March 2014 — 'temporaryspace' serves as a time-capsule of their performance ethos during this fertile creative period.

The jam grew out of improvised rehearsals at the pair’s former home and studio, as they explored non-traditional production techniques that fell outside the realms of their respective discographies. To create 'temporaryspace,' Jason used a damaged Realistic MG-1 Synthesizer run though a DSP array of pitch shifters, EQs, distortions, reverbs and live loopers. Meanwhile, Carl lent his MS-20 semi-modular synthesizer to the proceedings, processing its signal with various Moog effects.

No guitars or non-synthesized elements were used in the performance.

Jason Corder describes the sound as the, “sonic equivalent to a massive cloud wall of synth loops, not unlike a giant dust storm you might see out in the desert.” 'temporaryspace' is full of widescreen waves, alien gurgles and tactile spatial planes, which plunge the listener into an otherworldly zone.

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released April 1, 2015

All sounds produced by offthesky & Radere at home in 2014

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Radere Denver, Colorado

Radere is the alias of Carl Ritger. His work primarily explores the shadowy gulf that exists between drone and noise, blurring electronics and location recordings into densely textured sonic monoliths.

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