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Free Energy

by The Coralinas

Australian composer & guitarist Cam Butler (Silver Ray) teams up with renowned drummer, Mark Dawson (Ed Kuepper, The Blackeyed Susans) to produce a partially composed, partially improvised, dark and hypnotically mesmeric album.
Genre: Avant Garde: Structured Improvisation
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1. Free Energy
5:33 $0.99
2. Hey Future!
18:28 $0.99
3. Washed By the Rain
2:15 $0.99
4. Solitude
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Album Notes
Composer and guitarist Cam Butler (Silver Ray) teamed
up with renowned Australian drummer, Mark Dawson in
mid 2007 to work on the recording of Cam’s album Dark
Times (Symphony No. 2). A series of jam sessions followed
from which was born The Coralinas.

With the addition of Mark’s drumming, The Coralinas are
a natural progression of Cam’s solo work for guitar and
live looping. Mark has a rich musical pedigree – working
with Ed Kuepper through the late 80’s and 90’s, he now
plays with The Blackeyed Susans as well as The Coralinas.
He is a perfect foil for Cam’s inspirational guitar
work, sometimes using mallets, his hands and percussion
as support for Cam’s guitar loops and grooves.
Partially composed, partially improvised, dark and mesmeric,
spontaneous and exciting, live and hypnotic, a
dreamy album of The Coralinas’ music has been recorded.

Entitled Free Energy, the album was recorded in full
valve and 2 inch tape glory over a number of sessions at
Soundpark Studios in Northcote, Melbourne.
The sound of The Coralinas is completely unique and
captivating, evoking perhaps wild Australian landscapes,
harsh deserts or urban darkness.

“There is a great sense of unboundless space and quiet
optimism. As far as I am concerned The Coralinas are
the Great Australian Band.”
—John Jacobs, ABC Radio National, The Night Air

'slightly more orderly
western relatives of the Dirty Three'....'exhilarating rhythmic urgency but with the ebb and flow
of a nicely paced cowboy movie’. - Michael Dwyer, The
Age Newspaper, Melbourne

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