David Gerard

 

Featured in radio show “Electronic Fusion”

 

David Gerard was featured in episode #160, broadcast on 22 September 2018

 
David Gerard - Electronic Fusion - Electronic Music of Brainvoyager

Tracks played

From the album “Languor”:

1. Languor
2. Song Of Desert Elders
3. Another Distant Star
 
 
 

About David Gerard

David Gerard began his long, strange trip as an ambient musician in 1984. His first outing was an 8-piece suite called “A Piece Of The Desert”, which he performed at St. Mark’s Project and The Knitting Factory in NYC. Since that time, David Gerard has released 16 albums on New Franklin/Orbiting Orion Records, as well as a musical “trilogy” of recordings with the ambient ensemble Elysium.

The Encyclopedia of Electronic Music officially listed David Gerard, where curator Artemi Pugachov described his work as “the perfect programming of sounds”. Also, he praised “the special mood of the compositions, that creates a sense of mystery and reflection.”

David’s work has also been hailed by many musicians, including: bassist Mike Watt, synthesists David Borden and Steve Drews (from groundbreaking electronic group, Mother Mallard’s Portable Masterpiece Co.), multi-instrumentalist Lisa Germano, as well as ambient colleagues ranging from Scott Solter and Gareth Whittock to William Edge and Robert Scott Thompson. David plays synthesizers, percussion, piano and ambient guitar. You can hear his music on ambient radio station SomaFm, Soundcloud, and Spotify.

 

All links to David Gerard’s media

  1. Official website
  2. Bandcamp
  3. iTunes
  4. Last.fm
  5. SoundCloud
  6. Facebook
  7. Twitter

Other useful links

 

Info radio show “Electronic Fusion”

  1. For all info on radio show “Electronic Fusion”, click here.
  2. For all flyers and playlists, click here.

 

Listen (again) to radio show “Electronic Fusion”

Flyers and playlists - Mixcloud buttonFlyers and playlists - YouTube - Electronic Music of Brainvoyager
 




No Response

Leave us a comment


No comment posted yet.

Leave a Reply