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Latest release - Rimae Parry with B-side of Encephalitis - April 2022
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4 track EP - available on Spotify, Bandcamp or YouTube
The Amalaki berry is mostly found in India and is also known as the Indian Gooseberry - which is meant to have healing properties. Everyone knows about the healing properties of laughter - the snicker. Here the giggling of a small child - a relative of shimmerglisten’s was holding her baby sister, and inexplicably started laughing uncontrollably. This is one of the purest, happiest, and most healing sounds known to man. This has been captured and mixed with some heavily manipulated sounds of skylarks and guitars with an Eastern sub bass.
A set of four tracks charting an imaginary trip to Titan - one of Saturn's Moons.
Originally commissioned over 10 years ago by an artist who wanted to paint a set of four paintings depicting outer space. Using a basic hardware sampler, a microphone, and a few hardware synths I tried to capture what sort of sounds you might encounter on such a journey.
The Rimae are long grooves on the surface of the Moon - like lost grooves from a piece of vinyl - running for hundreds of miles over the Parry crater. Haunting delays and some woozy arpeggios and a deep pulsating bass transport you to the stress-free environs of the Moon's surface.
shimmerglisten's first EP - “ A dramatic end of the movie vibe, Sci-Fi elements of danger and menace... that signifies we're all doomed anyway.”
He set up multi-award winning music production company Shriek in London in 2003, and over the following years created music and sound design for brands ranging from Sony Playstation to Channel 4, UEFA, Courvoisier and creating the sound of the BBC’s CBeebies children’s channel, as well as a host of TV commercials. Having left the world of commercial music in 2017 to immerse himself Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and web-related projects, Tim continued DJ-ing at festivals and parties.
With the pandemic having put his live band on ice, he turned to a new project that celebrates his experimental roots – shimmerglisten. Inspired by his experiences as a parent and over 10-years volunteering with environmental organisations in Lewes, Tim uses synths, choral elements, and heavily modulated guitar textures to imbue shimmerglisten’s lush, organic soundscapes with a pervasive sense of spirituality and natural wonder.