The debut album from iotronica is an epic space music journey in the best tradition of UK style synth music. It features 8 interlinked tracks, dominated by dense keyboards, drifting synths, strings, choirs, choral effects, occasional sequencing and atmospheres.
The music was recorded by Amanda Byrne, aka iotronica, at her studio in Cornwall and sits comfortably between the filmic Hans Zimmer and the space music style soundscapes of Michael Stearns. Comparisons will doubtless be made with fellow female AD Music compatriot Bekki Williams, and even perhaps Andy Pickford (who are both credited). However,Amanda’s cosmic sound palette prepares the canvas for your imagination in a unique way. She has a very distinctive style and the music both soothes and excites as it explores the wonders of the universe, transporting the listener far beyond the stars.
Mixed and co-produced by UK synth maestro David Wright, who also contributes synths and effects on several tracks, ‘Of Moons and Stars’ is sure to appeal to fans of space music as well fans of melodic, sequencer style electronic music.
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