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The Gatherings

by Orbital Decay



Listening to the music of Orbital Decay one would believe that digital synthesizers had never been invented. Existing on a plane outside the oppressive rush of modernity, their work quotes the classics of Spacemusic without mimicking them. Synthesist Terry Furber and guitarist Scott Watkins demonstrate a masterful grasp of the vintage gear around which the spacemusic genre gravitates and explore the past in a new way. Their live sets are improvisations - found in the act of making. Creating layers of space with harmonies warm and golden, pumping sequencer patterns and strident lead lines, this duo explores the inner darkness of Electronic Music - yet, out on the verge of ethereality their music gleams like new. Summoning the ghosts of the 1970s, Orbital Decay's sound feels like Phaedra, Meddle and Wired recollected in tranquility. With the mythic qualities of their instruments channeled through our most authoritative interpreters, their live sets reach for the stars.


released September 4, 2020

Recorded Live at The Gatherings Concert Series
Music by Terry Furber & Scott Watkins ©2020
Concert Audio Recorded, Edited and Mastered by Art Cohen
Concert Photos by Bill Forcier & Jeff Towne

Proceeds from the sale of "The Gatherings" by Orbital Decay go to support the efforts of CIMA of PA, the IRS recognized, non-profit, all-volunteer organization which oversees The Gatherings Concert Series in Philadelphia.



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