Church of Hed | A Cold White Universe EP

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A Cold White Universe EP

by Church of Hed

A Cold White Universe EP is a wintertime exploration combining influences of prog, psychedelia, and space rock into something unique.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Echoes of December
5:38 $1.99
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2. A Cold White Universe
10:02 $3.00
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Album Notes
Church of Hed is the solo project of Paul Williams, the drummer, synthesist, and producer of the American spacerock band Quarkspace. With Quarkspace in retirement, Church of Hed remains Williams’s main focus. The music is essentially an aural travelogue, inspired by progressive and space rock along with Berlin School electronica.

A Cold White Universe EP is a wintertime exploration combining influences of prog, psychedelia, and space rock into something unique. The title cut features classic pink noise oscillations as well as piano ostinatos with a disturbing warmth provided by a variety of analog and virtual analog synths. Echoes of December is based on a improvisation centered on a synth arpeggiation and live drumming. Its psychedelic post-jazz feel is somewhat reminiscent of Quarkspace or even Tortoise.

All Music Composed, Improvised, and Played by Paul Williams
Produced by Lance Starbridge

Instrumentation:
Moog Sub 37, Waldorf Streichfett, Yamaha MM8, Korg Z1, Korg Prophecy, Waldorf MicroQ, Kawai K5000W, Roland MVS-1, Alternative Mode TrapKat, BFD, Hardware Devices and Effects

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