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--shameless plug: free music--


You can download for free my new release, Past Andromeda,
from here:


Enjoy!  Lots and lots of loopage via EDP, Jamman, Vortex,

Here's a review from disquiet.com:

[ November 7, 2005 ]
SPACE MUSIC MP3: On Halloween, the Stasisfield netlabel (stasisfield.com) 
released a single, hour-long piece by musician Peter Koniuto titled Past 
Andromeda (MP3). As the name suggests, it's an exercise in space music: 
slow blooms of galactic sound that stretch from ear to ear like a blissful 
smile; sonar blurps that bring to mind how Star Trek creator Gene 
Roddenberry imagined submarines, rather than airplanes, as the Starship 
Enterprise's most significant predecessor; and occasional flurries of 
digitally messed-up speech, suggesting the space-enabled psychosis of 
Stanislaw Lem's novel Solaris. There's also a patiently plucked melody 
sounds like the opening from the theme to Deliverance played at quarter 
speed, and each time it cycles through it grounds the track's otherwise 
heady stew of aural effluvia. The version of Past Andromeda on Stasisfield 
is a stereo reduction of an eight-speaker installation project by Koniuto, 
who first staged it at the University of the Pacific's Conservatory of 
Music in Stockton, California, back in September 2002 as part of the 
school's annual Music Beyond Performance series. The music's source 
materials include electric bass guitar, field recordings, children's toys, 
glass vases, harmonica, among other household objects. More on Koniuto at 
the website of his upstate New York studio, redsunsoundroom.com.


Peter Koniuto
Creative Recordist - Composer
Red Sun Soundroom
Brunswick, NY

On our hi-fi this week...
peter AT RedSunSoundroom.com