ZIA is, for the most part, a one-woman microtonal pop band, with Elaine Walker behind the wheel. Releasing albums since 1998 under the monicker ZIA, and experimenting since the very beginning with xenharmonic tunings, Drum’N’Space is the first all-microtonal album. On top of it all, this album is said to be only part of an epic space rock opera that is in the works! If that doesn’t scratch your weird music itch…
Drum’N’Space is written in multiple tunings. The first song is in 17 notes per octave (or EDO, for equal divisions of the … Read more
Here it is! The glitchy, catty, spacey music video for the first music piece from Pryapisme‘s new EP, Futurologie. This one is Part IV, and there’s only one thing I must say: it’s too short! It’s too damn short!
After having given us 4 fantastic albums, and memorable songs, Heart of Cygnus has beaten their last pulse. Here’s the official statement from facebook:
Heart of Cygnus has been a kick-ass band that took on a life of it’s own, and I was happy to be a part of the adventure. But like real life, time moves on, seasons change, everything changes; change is the only thing that doesn’t change.
So, after seven years and four albums, Heart of Cygnus is done. It was a good run.
I want to thank every single person who supported the band… Thank you.