Parker Weston is a multimedia artist creating music as Stembreo. In The Catamite he teamed with ZH (Zach Hallquist ) to create an amazing multidimensional soundcape. While most of the tracks are based on melancolic dark ambiences, they are often enhanced and distructured by unexpected sound-collages.
A rich and disorienting work that deserves several listenings to fully apreciate its paradoxical coherence.
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Full album download links
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Zachary Hallquist- guitar, keyboards, electroacoustics, tapes, bass guitar
Parker Weston- electroacoustics, sampling, modulars, turntables, radio, toys, brushes, gym, plastic, scraping, vocals, artwork
Cover art: “Coaching Pearls on the Skeleton Coast”
Aditional insighths by the artists :
ZH (Zach Hallquist)-
“This collaboration allowed me to work outside of the normal constraints I have when creating music. Typically ZH’s music is calculated/measured, but with Stembreo’s influence/inspiration I was able to let things happen in a more free form manner.”
“Stembreo operates like an audio virus, regardless of genre, more reactive than creative, and that only works to my advantage if I’m careful not to let it obscure those I collaborate with, whom are essential to the evolution of my work. Zach’s music brought a certain austere discipline to my audio fuckery that I will take with me no matter what new musical hosts Stembreo encounters and tangos with.”