I don’t know what to say about Bing Satellites that I didn’t already say in the notes for the last album of his that I released. So I’ll keep it short and to the point….

It should be clear to all by now that I am a big fan of Bing Satellites (as well as the other moniker’s of the man behind the music, Brin Coleman). He is obviously adept at creating scintillating atmospheres of effortless simplicity that, at the same time, reveal even more beauty in their shimmering depths.

I am, once again, honored to be able to release more
enchanting music by Bing Satellites. May it provide an
enchanting soundtrack to your days and nights.

Brad Ross-MacLeod

Released November 24, 2011

“The ninth album in the Twilight Sessions series and the second to be released by Free Floating.

Like the first eight volumes, this is an album of completely improvised, live ambient music.

Each piece starts as a blank canvas. I have no preconceived idea of what the music will sound like.

The music is built around a long, slowly decaying loop.

I add notes from synths, guitar, clarinet and voice (usually heavily processed) to build sounds and textures that evolve slowly.

These loops are quite long (often around 90 seconds or more) and with very little rhythm to speak of, it is difficult to know precisely where I am in the loop, so I can add notes and sounds where I see fit, but can never know exactly what I am adding these notes to.

Therefore, it must be said that although I am the one making these sounds and creating this music, much of it is down to serendipity.”

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