Seeing the Invisible (which can can be heard here) is my contribution to the album Fractures, which has been wonderfully collated and put together by A Year in the Country.
Fractures is a gathering of studies and explorations that take as
their starting point the year 1973; a time when there appeared to be a
schism in the fabric of things, a period of political, social, economic
and industrial turmoil, when 1960s utopian ideals seemed to corrupt and
Audiological contents created by Circle/Temple, Sproatly Smith, Keith
Seatman, Listening Center, The British Space Group, The Hare And The
Moon ft Alaska/Michael Begg, Time Attendant, The Rowan Amber Mill, A
Year In The Country and David Colohan.
Transmission sent, received, transmitted: considerations of Fractures by Kim Harten at Bliss Aquamarine:
“Keith Seatman provides a soundscape that combines
chilling, horror filmic drones with whooshing electronic bleepage
straight out of a 1970s sci-fi movie…
…excellent snapshot of current experimental music, showing the coexistence of darkness, strangeness, and profound beauty.“
Fractures is available for pre-order and is released on June 16th