Brand New Music Video Set for Release by Bruce Stringer

A brand new music video for Bruce Stringer’s song “OMNI” will be released on Youtube on Tuesday, November 24th. The video is an "in the studio" clip.
 
 
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ADELAIDE, Australia - Nov. 24, 2015 - PRLog -- A brand new music video for Bruce Stringer’s song “OMNI” will be released on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYN1Q-LdkYk on Tuesday, November 24th. The video is an "in the studio" clip. The song is included on his new album Ωne. Stringer is a guitarist, composer, arranger and producer. He has worked as a session musician and with Elaine Wang Yi-Ling in the Chinese-western duo, Space of Snow. He has also recorded themes and soundtrack pieces for a number of independent films.

His unique musical styling evolved from experimentation with analogue electronics and guitar synthesizers, dating back to his school days. With so many ground breaking artists in the field of analogue electronics – from Tim Blake to Vangelis and Jean Michel Jarre, pioneering movie director John Carpenter to British godmother of electronic experimentalism, Delia Derbyshire – the realisation was that a completely different approach would be needed for any new project to survive.

With upcoming reviews to be featured in Progression and Pipeline magazines, the album is garnering some great reviews in the meantime. At Music Emissions (musicemissions.com) while giving the album a five out of five rating, Jason Hillenburg said, “This is artistic vision not content with accepting traditional limitations of form. Instead, this is an artist searching through each of the album’s ten tracks for an indelible balance between disparate genres. Stringer’s efforts to synthesize his own musical language from a melting pot of influences are remarkably successful, free from pretension, and he thankfully retains a clear-eyed sense of its obligation to entertain, as well as challenger, the listener.”

At Wormwood Chronicles (wormwoodchronicles.com) Dr. Abner Mality said, “If you wondered what Alan Parsons Project might sound like with bluesier, rockier guitar, Bruce Stringer is the answer.” Robert Silverstein at MWE3 (mwe3.com) said that the album, “is filled with a range of guitar instrumental tracks that are boldly dynamic and highly explosive.”

Meanwhile at Music Street Journal, Greg Olma had this to say about the disc: “Instrumental albums have always been a difficult genre for me to get into.  Since I don’t play any instrument, I tend to gravitate towards the lyrics and vocals.  That being said, I do find the occasional disc that captures my attention and winds up in my CD player for a while.  One is just such a record.  Bruce Stringer manages to not only play all the instruments but he also manages to write these tunes so that non-musos like me can enjoy it.  Often guitarists come up with a CD worth of guitar solos, and it just becomes a “look how good I am” affair but Stringer opts out of doing the show-off thing and shows us his good song writing skills.  The disc contains tunes that stand on their own, yet it still feels like a collection of works when you listen to the whole thing in one sitting (which I recommend).”

His new album reflects many changes in mood and illustrates the complex and sometimes unnerving nature of the marriage between the Peter Green/Snowy White school of British blues and the outlandish, unnatural sounds of electronic experimentation. From the classically-inspired opening of Hieronymus Bosch to the commercial synth-pop of OMNI, the industrial pulses of Carnation to the complexity of Mathematics, from randomness and dark humour in the sample-laden Talk Talk to the unsettling repetition of Dreaming of Machines, and on through darker landscapes in the World of TomorrowΩne is an album attempting to define modern retro-futurism.

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