Newcomb, Martin

The british electronic musician has a great collection of vintage and modern synthesizers. Nearly all products ever made are in his museum for rare electronic instruments.
Newcomb, Martin
Martin Newcomb - Sombre Suite

Artist: Martin Newcomb
P: 1999
The second album from Martin Newcomb, proprietor of the Synthesiser Museum, and again those with a taste for chunky analogue sounds will be in heaven here.

This is undoubtedly a more mature release than the debut album, and the likes of the Moog Modular, Emu Modular and the VCS3 are manipulated skilfully to produce complex and fascinating textures. With such a gargantuan arsenal of synths at your disposal it would be easy to overload proceedings, but often the “less is more” approach prevails with beneficial results.

Though the title suggests a morose dirge, I’ve actually heard a lot more sombre music than this. However, do not buy this album expectant of Redshift style sequencing or even beguiling melodics. Rhythm is a fleeting visitor, most notable on parts 5, 7, and the enjoyable ‘Part 8’ which is the most “composed” piece on offer - but in the most part expect healthy portions of organic mood music. Undoubtedly interesting, even down to the tantalising cover photos - can someone identify the modular monster on the cover?! (GG)

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Martin Newcomb - The Lavenham Feeling

Artist: Martin Newcomb
P: 1997
Arranged, played, recorded and edited at the Museum Studio between January and July 1997.
Various different tracks of synthsizermusic can be heard here.

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