Brisbane, Transit Centre is a non-album single by Brisbane, Australia avant-country musician Andrew Tuttle, recorded during a residency at the renowned Elektronmusikstudion EMS studio facility in Stockholm in May 2016. Whilst creating his third studio album (to be released in 2017), Tuttle recorded this version of Brisbane, Transit Centre; a long standing staple of Tuttle's live performances and previously released in an alternate form on his debut EP 4064 (2013).
About Andrew Tuttle:
* Andrew Tuttle, based in Brisbane, Australia; creates an instrumental sonic convergence of improvisation and composition; and electronic and acoustic tones. Performed on instrumentation including computer, banjo, synthesiser and acoustic guitar; Tuttle’s recordings and performances encompass elements of abstract folk, experimentalism, soli guitar, kosmiche and minimalism.
* Previous albums Slowcation (A Guide To Saints/Room40, 2015) and Fantasy League (Someone Good/Room40, 2016).
* Previous collaborations live and/or on record with Matmos, Lawrence English, Mike Cooper, Blank Realm, Cornel Wilczek (Qua), Heinz Riegler, Smoke Bellow.
* Live performances alongside Matmos, Forest Swords, Julia Holter, Hauschka, Michael Rother, The Soft Pink Truth, Blank Realm, Deradoorian, Gudrun Gut, et al.
* Performed at festivals including St Jerome’s Laneway Festival (Brisbane, AU), Melbourne International Jazz Festival (Melbourne, AU), BIGSOUND (Brisbane, AU), OtherFilm Festival (Brisbane, AU), Leaps and Bounds (Melbourne, AU); venues including Cafe OTO (London, UK), Gallery of Modern Art (Brisbane, AU), HeK (Basel, CH), Institute of Modern Art (Brisbane, AU), Le Bourg (Lausanne, CH), Plunge (Milan, IT), Brisbane Powerhouse (Brisbane, AU), Howler (Melbourne, AU).
released November 18, 2016
* Recorded, edited and mixed by Andrew Tuttle at EMS Elektronmusikstudion, Stockholm; May 2016.
* Mastered by Lawrence English at 158, Brisbane; June 2016.
* Andrew Tuttle: Buchla 200 synthesiser, 5 string banjo, signal processing.
* This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through
the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
* This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
Andrew Tuttle dwells in a between world where five-string banjo and six-string acoustic guitar sit serenely and purposefully
with shimmering waves of decay, reverberation and processed electronics. Holding a space that is abundant and generous, Tuttle makes outsider music that turns its listeners into insiders — beckoning a journey which unfolds many heart-opening moments....more