This Is Your Captain Speaking

2013-09-13 10:46:50 UTC
This Is Your Captain Speaking Profile

Victoria, Australia. This Is Your Captain Speaking are an experimental, indie, post-rock instrumental group from Victoria, Australia. The debut album from ‘This Is Your Captain Speaking’ Storyboard was released independently in Australia in May 2005. Clocking in at just under 66 minutes, the album’s seven tracks were recorded live in a primary school library. The first pressing of Storyboard has sold out, but the album is being re-issued on UK label [ Resonant ].

Bandmembers are:

Nick Lane: guitar, mandolin Seth Rees: guitar Steve Ward: guitar David Evans: drum kit, metallophone, Typewriter

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David Evans is co-founder and drummer of veteran Melbourne instrumental band ‘This is Your Captain Speaking’, who have released 3 internationally acclaimed albums over the last 10 years, toured Europe and the UK, played the Sydney Opera House and signed to Resonant Records (London).

David Evans has created a refrain for the Australian home past and present on his second solo album Domestic Cinema. Alongside Evans’s trademark use of old manual typewriters and drumkit, the album was made from ‘field recordings in the home’ coupled with recordings of telephone exchange machinery at Melbourne’s Telecommunications Museum which has been used to connect calls all over Australia during the last 100 years.

Evans has taken sounds common to many homes – microwaves ovens, fans, electric toothbrushes, food processors, electric razors, bikes, hair dryers, frying pans, kettles – alongside recordings of various telephone exchanges, dial tones, ringer machines, selector switches, Morse keys, teletype and telex machines from the Telecommunications Museum, and combined these with typewriters, drumkit and some more ‘conventional’ instruments such as bass, harmonium and auto-harp, to create a unique sound collage.

Domestic Cinema is the follow-up to Evans’s 2011 solo debut Internal Temporal Order (Sensory Projects), described as “a sparse mesmerising work…beautiful music that defies categorisation” (Inpress) and “a tricky premise that delivered an album that’s pure and warm rather than mechanical and cold” (Mess+Noise) where “Evans ventured out into a dry and inhospitable audio phonic desert and despite all odds found water” (TwoThousand).

Credits / Released 01 September 2013 All tracks written, performed, recorded, and mixed by David Evans Mastered by Byron Scullin at Deluxe Mastering | Design by Heath Killen

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David Evans - Domestic Cinema Artist - David Evans Album - Domestic Cinema Release Date - 2013 Genre - Ambient, Experimental, Field Recordings, Dark-ambient [ GET IT ] Tracklist 1. Element One 05:25 2. Telco House 07:35 3. Saturday Afternoon 03:15 4. Phonologic 06:04 5. Connection 09:34 6. Upswing Spiral 05:23 7. Microsoundwave 04:11 8. Slumber 05:39 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- David Evans - Domestic Cinema -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This Is Your Captain Speaking - ARC Artist - This Is Your Captain Speaking Album - Arc Release Date - 2013 Genre - Instrumnetal, Post-rock Tracklist 01 – Welcome 02 – Whisky Waltz 03 – Ascendans 04 – Six Mile Gain -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This Is Your Captain Speaking - Arc -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This Is Your Captain Speaking - Storyboard Artist - This Is Your Captain Album - Storyboard Release Date - 2005 Genre - Instrumnetal, Post-rock Tracklist 1 Gathering Pieces 18:02 2 6PM 5:27 3 A Wave to Bridget Fondly 10:14 4 Weathered 4:26 5 Lift 6:06 6 Henry & Maximus 9:39 7 Angels 11:35 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This Is Your Captain Speaking - Storyboard Password - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This Is Your Captain Speaking ‎– Eternal Return Artist - This Is Your Captain Speaking Album - Eternal Return Year - 2008 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 01 - Part 1 02 - Incirculation 03 - Part 3 04 - Lullaby 05 - Part 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This Is Your Captain Speaking - Eternal Return Password - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: T.W.B.F ~ They Don't Sleep ~ iLIKETRAINS ~ Scraps Of Tape ~ Odelia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This Is Your Captain Speaking --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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