Ampday

by KILN

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kai beckman a more pop driven set of tracks by KILN. you can tell it was produced around the same time as Holo, but it has a much more acoustic and rock feel to it, which is still pretty enjoyable. Ampday is a drive down the highway with the sun setting behind an ocean. it is beautiful in a contemporary sense, meaning my dad would like it, but yet it still has those distorted synths and clicky percussion that any long time KILN fan would love and appreciate. Favorite track: Ampday.
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Constructed between the autumn of 1997 and spring of 1999, Ampday (released in 2000) was an experiment using naturalist recording techniques and nascent digital workstation methods to build an easily accessible collection of immersive 'performance based' KILN-structures. Done in tandem with work that would become Holo (1998—re-imagined+re-released in 2007 as Holo [re/lux]), Ampday was intended to be a kit propelled joyride through a rem-state halo of electrified strings—offering something "for sound-hounds and pop-junkies alike."

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released May 16, 2000

All soundforms by Hayes, Marrison, and Rehberg

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KILN

KILN construct radiantly textured soundfields that envelope and immerse the listener in a panoramic smudge of chromatic rhythms and syncopated tones.

KILN is Kevin Hayes, Kirk Marrison, and Clark Rehberg III.

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