Quantum mechanics, energy fields, and space noise are all words we can use to describe Rob Clouth’s debut album 'Zero Point’ being released on Max Cooper’s critically acclaimed label, MESH.
Zero Point will be an inspiring new addition to MESH, which dedicates itself to exploring the tangled networks of music, art and science — finding the tech in human and human in tech.
Clouth has made sure to tune into this signaling, turning his software development background into his advantage. Zero Point uses QRNS data (real time measurements of the lowest possible quantum energy in space) and forges spinning, delicate connections between ambient, noise, Neo-classical and electronic dance music. He strikes the hard to catch balance of tenderness, intimacy and crunching mechanical noise.
Max Cooper will also premiere a specially composed piece for MONOM. Leading the conversation on visual arts, tech, music, and science, Max will definitely treat some lucky souls to his interdisciplinary approach on sound.
Completing the triad, Llyr is a Berlin-based artist who will soon be making his own releases on MESH. Just recently, he finished up an afterparty for Cooper’s sold out surround sound Barbican show in London.
For experimental music fans or curious newcomers, having the chance to immerse themselves one of 4DSOUND’s specially designed sound spaces is a must.
Catch them all live playing on March 19 @ MONOM.