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Customer Reviews

Chilled, muted, minimal, fresh

In the line of Saul Stokes and a bit of Kiln. Engaging melodic side mixed with a unique edge, rawness, and experimental side. Gentle, soft and unremarkable in terms of a "wow" factor, but once you hit Play it's difficult not to become surrounding with a deep meditative mood. Muted in terms of percussion and beat. Soft, rounded kick drums or sometimes a beat only discernable amidst the synth loops/arppegios. The strength is in the ambient compositions that surround the beat. Again, it reminded me of work from Saul Stokes & Kiln whose music has such beauty while at the same time having a rawness--and achieves a nice balance where the melodies are the strong point and the raw/distorted/experimental side is like an added spice enhancing the overall impact of the music. Shuttle 358 accomplished a similar feat with Chessa. Well worth the money. You'll get a very relaxing and intelligent album.

an itch for my scratch

After discovering the work of Loscil and browsing around a bit for a sound of a similar vein, I come to Shuttle358's "Chessa" A beautiful mix of elec. and organic sounds. Just enough percussive elements. A beautiful artistic communiqué.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Dan Abrams is among a new wave of artists bringing the aesthetic sensibilities of digital technologies to bear upon the styles of environmental space music first explored by the likes of Brian Eno, David Parsons, Michael Stearns, and Robert Rich. Abrams began making music as a teenager on his Apple IIe before getting deeper into the capabilities of software synthesis in the mid-'90s. Although he had no intention of ever releasing his music, Abrams sent a demo off to the New York-based 12k after learning...
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