Palmer, Jon

Jon Palmer is the name, where John and Linda Palmer based in UK, played music under.
Palmer, Jon
Jon Palmer - The Source

Artist: Jon Palmer
P: 1987 - 89 /1998

"All is at peace as the mind is gently stimulated into visions of Eden. ...Great use is made of space leaving the imagination to fill in the detail. ...the tapestry of sound pulsating and ever drifting in a very delicate way. It is as if there is a breeze causing very faint undulations over a pond which the slightest disturbance would wreck. 'Cat Songs...' rounds off the album with very strange processed sounds... ...It lasts for just over a minute but maintains the ominous, eerie feeling that permeates the whole album."
From a review by David Law (Neu Harmony)

A compilation of Ambient/Meditational pieces from Jon's early releases, "A Wheel of Stars" and "Cat Songs to an Ancient Moon". The music has been digitally cleaned up and enhanced by Ian Boddy, one of the UK's most respected composers.

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V/A - Tone Science Module No.7 Cause and Effect
Artist: Pollard, Palmer u.a.
P: 2023
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Tone Science sub-label, from DiN records, continues to explore the world of modular synth music. Following the success and critical acclaim of the first six Tone Science compilation albums, DiN label boss Ian Boddy has collated another nine tracks from musicians of varying backgrounds working in the realms of modular synthesis.One of the things that is so delightful about artists working with modular synthesisers is the sheer variety of styles on show. These instruments more than any other can be personalised for each musician who can then express themselves within their own sonic world.This volume starts with a pair of beautiful, texturally detailed sequenced tracks “Abalone Vortex” by Andrea Cichecki and “Tempestarius” by Chris Meyer which form a natural pairing that create a melodic, calm opening.“Dim Rill” by Rodent enters a more mysterious zone with mesmerising bell like tones that bounce around in the stereo field before yielding to the rising harmonic motif of “Flutter” from Dark Sparkler that promises resolution but ultimately falls back into mystery.The mid-point of this volume sees Blakmoth take the music sonically into a very deep, dark place with a huge slab of dread that is “Of Ash And Sorrow”. Counterbalancing the first four tracks it sets up the audio space for the remainder of the album.The next three pieces see a more heavily sequenced space emerge with definite echoes of the Berlin School ethos that was instrumental in inspiring so many modular synth artists. No more so than on “Pareidolia” by Brendan Pollard with its groaning, spring reverb clatter in its opening that gradually coalesces into a throbbing analogue bass line. “Hecataea” by Andrew Ostler and “A Hopeless Momentum” by James Cigler complete this trio of sequenced tracks with varying layers of complexity and harmonic exploration. The album floats away into space as it closes with the track “Near Earth” by Jon Palmer. Inspired by the weird and wonderful abstract sounds on the long wave radio band this impressionistic soundscape fades to an eerie signal mournfully calling in the void.

“Tone Science Module No.7 Cause and Effect” continues the journey down the rabbit hole of possibilities and sound worlds inhabited by artists and musicians working in this ever fascinating and varied musical field.

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