If you like ambient and experimental music, you’ll want to check out Brian W. Green’s seeyouinsleep release, Cycles.
I focus mainly on work dealing with field recording, sound art, generative synthesis, abandoned spaces/natural ambience, environmental/nature sounds, industrial spaces, machines, drones and more.
seeyouinsleep is a platform in which my work is let out, this site/platform is built of various mediums, primarily sound but also video, photography and art.
From a early age i have experimented with sound and have always had a fascination with the sound a natural space can produce and create and what you can do with that sound.
Cycles is a collection of 10 very short pieces – the longest is 50 seconds. All the audio on the album was created using a generative process.
Green suggests putting the album into iTunes or your portable music player and listening it on shuffled repeat, to “let it make a piece of music by itself.”