Stream Chrome Canyon’s debut album on Hype Machine

Elemental Themes out Oct. 9 on Stones Throw

ALBUM STREAM: ‘Elemental Themes’

Chrome Canyon’s debut LP is now available for streaming over at Hype Machine. Chrome Canyon will be in Los Angeles this week where he will DJ at Mount Analog on Thursday night and play at the Eagle Rock Music Festival on Saturday. He will also be guest DJing this Thursday on Dublab from 2-4pm PST.

About Chrome Canyon:

The future never came. The year 2000 arrived, a new millennium was born, and yet we were not greeted with hover-boards. Our computers did not sprout legs and profess to love us. Enter Chrome Canyon. If we can indeed recover yesterday’s fantasy of what tomorrow would (should) be, then Chrome Canyon is the temporal technician for the job. The solo project of New York artist Morgan Z, Chrome Canyon creates analog synth-powered epics that move between eras past and ages imagined to create the perfect score for an alternate now.

Morgan’s formative music memories were beamed in through the living room TV set – Vangelis’ Blade Runner score, Wendy Carlos via Tron, Giorgio Moroder’s work on Cat People. He spent his youth on the outskirts of southern California’s San Fernando Valley. His folks had him on piano by 6. At 16, he moved into that same living room and gave his bedroom over to housing his collected gear.

Somewhere between the avant-garde compositions he wrote while studying jazz at NYC’s New School, a college job selling keyboards at Sam Ash in Times Square, and the satirical sex-funk band he founded on the side, his destiny was taking shape. For three years, Morgan played in the glammy electro outfit Apes & Androids, but when that ended, he retreated to his private Brooklyn studio where he began to amass analog synthesizers at an obsessive rate.

Then the remixes began pouring forth. Phoenix, Passion Pit, and a commissioned remix for Foster the People – their hits reemerging with a healthy dusting of metallic sheen, glowing neon pink and alarm clock green. Then came deranged disco edits of soul-jazz master George Benson and synthpop pioneers Yellow Magic Orchestra, Chrome Canyon’s profile growing as Morgan further blurred past, present and future.

Now, Stones Throw is set to release Chrome Canyon’s debut album, Elemental Themes on Oct. 9. The inaugural set is blessed with solid circuitry and an organic core: not only those analog synths, but live drums, bass, guitar and Theremin run through hand-built compressors, composed and arranged into a living, breathing whole. Elemental Themes was one of the last works mastered by Nilesh Patel, the engineer behind classic albums by the likes of Air, Bjork, and Daft Punk. The end result is something wondrously both in and out of time, and a cinematic experience without the cinema.

Tour Dates

10/05 Los Angeles, CA – Mount Analog (DJ set)
10/06 Los Angeles, CA – Eagle Rock Music Fest
10/12 Brooklyn, NY – 285 Kent – ALBUM RELEASE SHOW *

* w/ DJ sets by Peanut Butter Wolf, Gavin Russom, Airbird, Veronica Vasicka


Chrome Canyon
Elemental Themes
(Stones Throw)
Street Date: Oct. 9, 2012

Track List:

01 Beginnings
02 Pluze
03 Legends
04 Branches
05 Elemental Themes
06 Cave of Light
07 Generations
08 Chasing The Dead
09 Sacred Mountain
10 Memories of a Scientist
11 Signs from an Old World
12 Carfire on the Highway

Links: Official Site//Facebook//Twitter//Press Materials

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