Saturday, April 6, 2013

Presenting ... "Tales of Space Exploration 1-8 (waag_rel020)" by Brother Saturn

I've know Drew Miller aka Brother Saturn for a wee while now. I'm a big fan of his album "Everest" recorded under his other moniker The Northern Hemisphere … and was deeply intrigued when he approached me to release his first ambient-orientated album via weareallghosts.

I was intrigued on a number of points: what would his ambient work sound like? will it fit with weareallghosts? why waag rather than self-publishing? could he wait for my schedule?

All these questions were answered when I heard "Tales of Space Exploration 1-8 (waag_rel020)" … everything became clear and I said 'Yes'.

I love this album and believe it is an excellent fit with weareallghosts. What's more … I am delighted to bring Miller's work to a new audience … and, hopefully, bring waag's roster to Miller's loyal following.

I am delighted with Miller's approach to these tracks … he has dispensed with his trademark polyrhythmic and, at times, dissonant layering for a more refined, gentler sound … and am proud to welcome him to the weareallghosts 'fold'.

Before I go, it would be remiss of me not to mention the fantastic illustration that Adam Howie provided. Unfortunately I didn't have any photos relating to space exploration in my private stock and needed help. I asked Howie and he delivered … and not just the cover art but wallpapers to adorn your digital toys. Thank you Adam.

A printed version of this illustration - entitled "Journey" - is available at devinatArt ( and RedBubble ( and I would heartily encourage you to support Howie's work by buying a print.

An MP3 version of this album is available for free on ( or a lossless version on Bandcamp for 'pay what you want' which does include £0. If you do decide to download this album for free then all we ask in return is that you tell your friends, tweet a link or post it on Facebook, write a review and spread the word.

Have a listen to the embedded player below.


1 comment:

  1. It was rather decent of Drew to point out on Facebook that his ambienteering was actually inspired by one Cousin Silas' Dronescapes. I'm quite humbled by that. I have still to listen to Drew's album, in full, but the bits I have heard have been superb. WAAG is certainly growing and maturing rather nicely.