Deemer – Interference Patterns (CD album)



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Deemer – Interference Patterns (CD album)

The brainchild of Merijn Royaards and Dee Byrne, Deemer started life in 2006 as a weekly improvisation/electronics session in a warehouse in Hackney Wick. The duo employs, among other things, alto saxophone, analogue electronics, effects and TV monitors to instantly compose, activate space, and blur the boundaries between free jazz and sound installation.

Interference Patterns by Deemer

Dee Byrne – alto saxophone, electronics
Merijn Royaards – electronics
released December 7, 2015

Recorded by Tom Ward at Jamestown Road, London on 28th November 2014

Mixed and mastered by Rico Garafalo at The Downlight Studio in December 2014

Design and printmaking by Cath Roberts

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