Bedroom Community is bringing their sound engineer out from behind the scenes with the November release of his debut album.
American composer and sound engineer Paul Corley will release his debut album, Disquiet, via Bedroom Community this November.
Though you may not know Corley's name, you're probably familiar with some of the music he's worked on. An American recording engineer based out of Greenhouse Studios in Reykjavik, he's had a hand in a number of Ben Frost's projects, including his 2009 album By the Throat and his re-scoring of Solaris with Daniel Bjarnason. He and Frost also engineered Tim Hecker's lauded Ravedeath, 1972 album.
Disquiet is Corley's first solo release, and it bears many hallmarks of Bedroom Community key players like Frost and New York-based composer Nico Muhly: wintry melodies, prepared piano and subtle electronics are at the heart of Corley's sound here. You can hear samples from the album in a teaser trailer posted to Bedroom Community's YouTube page.
01. She is in the ground
03. Dialogue and passing judgement
Bedroom Community will release Disquiet on November 5, 2012.