Thanks to Owen Maxwell of Ottawa Life Magazine for such a positive review!:
IIn an instrumental journey, Sundar Subramanian knows how to keep you focused and along for the ride. “Daydream” never loses momentum, instead it finds an intriguing change of pace by breaking into the exact tones we think of while resting on a sunny day on the grass. And the way you’re drifted through these is a truly warm and inviting experience. The deeper notes on “Processional” give the album a great low-end, that plays more to a break-like quality, but in its last minute it really finds a sense of direction too. The cold and blown out feelings on “December” shift into an electronic haze, with Subramanian’s styling definitely going into their own experimentation but still maintaining an emotional footing. The sense of quiet on “Breeze” however, is one of the most tense listens on the entire record, as the call and response of the guitar and feedback play gloriously against each other.
Scores for Dissociation and Needing Space are now available on my merch page on Bandcamp. They are sold in PDF format. I may be contacted for a paper copy.
Les partitions pour mes compositions Dissociation et Needing Space sont en vente sur ma page Bandcamp. Elles sont disponible en format numérique. Si vous préfériez une copie en format papier, envoyez-moi un courriel.
Thanks to CBC Ottawa and Sandra Abma for featuring Sunday’s ONMC concert and video of “Locks and Ripples” (very different from the piece we’ll hear Sunday!) in tonight’s newscast – around 58:21 in the “CBC Ottawa News, April 30, 2021” video here https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1892093507887/
Merci de diffuser « Processional » le jeudi passé, La Villa Strangiato, wonderful bilingual (predominantly francophone) progressive rock/modern jazz CHUO programme, animé par Gregory Kampf. C’était vraiment sympa que ses commentaires à propos d’Electric Currents étaient si positifs! Thanks again! :
Here’s the information for the virtual concert “Closer”, to be broadcast as part of Ottawa New Music Creators’ Analogue Music Series, at 7 pm on May 2. My one-minute cello homage to faulty video calls, Remote Connection, will be performed by Mark Molnar.