Life is for the taking, I do what I always dreamed of doing since I was a kid: making music, having a studio, and enjoying the creative process. Live and love x Formal bit: Pat Keista is a musician and producer and takes post-genre approach […]
Hi folks, DIGITAL HYDROGEN has just been released. If you’re following me on bandcamp, you’ll already know about it 🙂 With DH, I strode into a new gear of musicianship and production, immersed in a warm and epic ocean of analog synthesis. Digital Hydrogen is an exploration of meditation, exploration and epiphany in space and time. I drew inspiration from Tangerine Dream in the 1970s (Phaedra, Rubycon, Ricochet). Shimmering timbres and expressive arrangements launch the mind into the humanistic possibilities of space exploration and existence. Hydrogen is the most abundant particle in outer space, whether in the so-called ‘vacuum’ of space or within any Star. Hydrogen is our lifeblood; we are free-floating, spatial, non-temporal particles in an infinite universe. A beautiful thought and meditative epiphany to behold.
FromeFM DJ Ant says the following about Digital Hydrogen: “Lush textures within an enveloping aura that holds the listener in a state of ambient bliss.“
Happy New Year, and here’s some Happy News –
I’ve finished making my second ambient album “Still of the Void”. Its available in pre-release but officially releasing on 14th March 2020 to coincide with Martian mission anniversaries. It took 6 months to complete and takes the listener on a journey to the darker and lighter/hopeful sides of Mars. Let the music take you on a journey from dark introspections of Antikythera (track 1) to the enlightened understanding in Variable Star (track 10). On release day a bonus track will be available. I’m so excited about this ambient project I’ve embarked on and I hope you will enjoy listening, either in a chilled out environment, or as a background to your work. The album is full of soundscapes and as such is not intrusive to ones meditation. With love,
Following the successful E11EVEN album, Pat Keista is working on new “Marte” (Mars) Album. It sees a slight shift in the sonics away from new age edges to more ambient, synthetic feel, particularly the lead track “Aolis Palus”. Its launch coincides with the launch of […]
The first review is in and its a scorcher! So pleased with this effusively positive review of my new album dedicated to the @apollo_50th anniversary of the moon landing: Extract: “[the album] embodies the cosmological adventure that Apollo 11 undertook pretty chuffin’ well. It’s very […]