Musician Ian Chamberlain is back with the very intriguing new instrumental single called ‘Too Many Wires‘ (Remix).
Ian is a composer and musician living and working in Adelaide, Australia. He is inspired by musical genres past and present, mechanical sounds, and the world of nature.
The energy is dark here, moody almost and you imagine a late night out. Suddenly the energy changes and we are catapulted into a bouncy, almost indie back-beat of a song with the occasional sprinkle of a different sound to keep your brain wondering. This is a truly remarkable song from Ian and he navigated all over with so much gusto and experience.
Ian Chamberlain is absolutely on smashing form here on ‘Too Many Wires‘. This remix is one of pure quality and we are treated to a quite marvelous effort from the Australian artist.
With an intro which wouldn’t be out of place in a Nils Frahm composition, Ian Chamberlain kicks off his latest single “Disruption” with a teasing Neo-Classic start before throwing an unexpected aural curveball your way and throwing you headfirst into an experimentally electrifying soundscape.
The Adelaide, Australia-based artist and producer poured his passion for both Classical music and mechanical sounds into Disruption. Which may give you an indication of just how distinct and alchemic their sound is. Yet, to truly appreciate their talent, you’ll have to immerse yourself in the cinematically avant-garde single yourself.
Listening to Disruption is practically a full-body experience for the way the visceral notes seem to make every cell in your body stand to attention. For your sake instead of theirs, hit play. It’s not every day you’ll get to encounter such a mind-blowing feat of ingenuity.
You can check out Ian Chamberlain’s single Disruption for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
In life there comes a time when there is no signal. You try and tune in correctly but there is nothing there. To rise above you have to look deeper to see what is really going on.
Based in Adelaide in Australia, Ian Chamberlain is a fairly new producer that is refining his game to bring out better and better music. He inspired by musical genres past and present, mechanical sounds, and the world of nature.
With a trippy beat that is very distorted at the start, I knew this was going to be interesting. The song soon changes up and I feel that I am on an island somewhere nice and tropical. Perhaps with low hanging fruit on trees and the bars serve beverages with funny little hats in them.
”No Signal Remix” is the remix of the track ”No Signal” from 2018. The song is pretty much the same with a few subtle influences to keep things interesting. This is a solid release that keeps things so chilled in the heart with the blood pressure needing more of this in this crazy world.
Head through to Soundcloud so you can hear more from the Australian producer.