- New Single Just Dropped!
Unseen Worlds has just release Carl’s latest: a two-song set that is guaranteed to uplift your spirits. Artwork by Sam Lubicz. Available all the usual places.
- Full Review of HIMALAYA in The Wire’s December 2019 Issue Carl Stone made the wise decision to split his latest creations over several releases.
Carl Stone Himalaya Unseen Worlds CD/DL/2xLP
It takes 35 minutes to reach the summit of Carl Stone’s new Himalaya. To arrive there, you ascend through manically cut up and overlaid Afrobeats, funk and hiphop grooves together with a tasty disco riff that ...
- The Wire’s review of Himalaya, my latest release Happy to report, The Wire’s review of Himalaya, my latest release, is pretty much a rave.
Excerpt: It takes 35 minutes to reach the summit of Carl Stone’s new Himalaya. To arrive there, you ascend through manically cut up and overlaid Afrobeats, funk and hiphop grooves together with a tasty disco riff that reassembles the very ...
- Two Releases Now Out on Unseen Worlds
Two albums just released on CD. HIMALAYA, the newest of them (featuring title track with @akaihirume), is now out on CD and DIGITAL formats. BAROO joins the physical realm today on CD, as well. Both HIMALAYA and BAROO have delicious vinyl platters forthcoming. Please enjoy this first course… artwork by Sam Lubicz
“Stone makes music that ...
- New Album “Baroo”Released March 1st
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- Latest Release Gets Picked by The Wire as Best Album of the Year 2016 (Archival Category)
“West Coast composer Carl Stone was one of the first to plug in to the possibilities of digital synthesizers, samplers and effects. Electronic Music included “Shibucho”, an audacious sample flip of The Temptations’ My Girl that connects Steve Reich’s Come Out to Chicago footwork, and two explorations of the possibilities of the Buchla synth. Julian ...
- Boomkat Loves Our New Release and Makes Us Laugh Telling Us So “lights up our pleasure centres like a quid in a fruit machine, using a palette of eastern-tuned scales, processed vocals and pop samples to conjure a majorly playful array of idiosyncratic, angular and intriguing arrangements that resonate with Robert Ashley’s mercurial cut-ups as much as The Automatics Group’s incisive dance pop detournements and the proto-glitch music ...
- Our Latest Release Score’s Bandcamp’s “Best of Contemporary Classical” November 2016 “This astounding anthology collects two-and-a-half hours of the early electronic experiments of Carl Stone, an L.A. composer who studied under Morton Subotnick and James Tenney and worked with Buchla synthesizers back in the ‘70s before finding his true passion: a kind of experimental sampling approach that presaged the developments of folks like John “Plunderphonics” Oswald ...
- Textura Reviews Our New 3-LP Release “The only prosaic thing about Electronic Music from the Seventies and Eighties is its title. Otherwise, the eight pieces (one a digital-only bonus) on this three-LP collection of pioneering work by American electro-acoustic composer Carl Stone constitute an oft-mesmerizing two-and-a-half hours; in fact, of the seven album tracks, five are so extensively explored they each ...