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Spacefolds 1 was Quarkspace's first release. It appeared on cassette on Eternity's Jest in 1996 and was the first of a series of EP cassettes and later full-length CDs documenting the best improvisations the space rock band played. The idea was to make improvs taken from rehearsals and studio sessions available to the public as quickly as possible in order for the fan to follow the band's evolution. On Spacefolds 1, Quarkspace was still a quartet consisting of Chet Santia (bass, guitar), Jay Swanson (keyboards), Paul Williams (drums), and Darren Gough (guitar). Guitarist Dave Wexler appears only as a guest (he would become a full-time member shortly afterwards). This first volume is stronger than the next three; the band wasn't yet into loops, so the music evolves constantly and gets closer to progressive rock. Still, the band's distinctive sound was already established — medium-tempo spacy improvs with a gentle beat (no insisting pulse) and melodic guitar work. The three "Blackhawk Circle" pieces are enjoyable jams. "The Drummer's Triangle" is a short percussion-bashing fest. But the fan's attention is best directed to the last track, "Fäerinôt Space," an improvisation the band would later learn and shape into a piece; it appears on the CD Live Orion under the same title (minus the accents). This original version showcases some great drumming. As far as the public is concerned, this is the birth of Quarkspace. Spacefolds 1 was reissued on CD-R with new artwork via in February 2001. ~ François Couture, Rovi


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

First a psychedelic collective in the 1980s, Quarkspace grew up to become one of America's best space rock outfits from the 1990s. The group's albums have all been released on drummer Paul Williams' Eternity's Jest label and can be split into two categories: the "real" albums and the Spacefolds series. The latter chronicles the group's evolution by quickly releasing improvisations played at rehearsals. Quarkspace stemmed from a number of spin-off projects, the main ones being National Steam, the...
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