Clark Grogan is a Seattle-based composer and guitarist who’s musical output can only be described as diverse. During his twenty plus year career in music, he has composed for, and performed with, ensembles of all sizes and styles.
Although his background is in jazz and twentieth century classical music, his current work explores and integrates sounds from genres as varied as ambient, glitch, downtempo electronica and industrial.
Shapeshifter is the latest release from Ember Music artist Tangram (Peter Fabok) and features 7 deep ambient pieces.
This album is like the primordial soup: it could be anything, it can evolve, contains a lot of fertile material. This is the base: the next albums will grow from this music.
All Night Song and the Remix in detail All Night Song is the last track on my 2011 release Digerati. The song itself was probably written somewhere around 2006. It was only the second song...
Even Earlier I have always been just as curious about sound as I have been about music. In my teens I heard Song of the Youth by Karlheinz Stockhausen. I had no idea music could...
Devin Gaylord and the Eastside studio years In the early 2000’s Devin Gaylord and I found ourselves teaching music at the same studio on the east side of Seattle. He came over to my studio...
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