We (GSM) have released our first single on all major streaming services. Inspiration for the piece came from recordings of the Zadar Sea Organ (Morske Orgulje) in Croatia.
A special feature aired on BBC One. Mark Radcliffe presented a production by Inside Out, North West. This feature rounds up 5 years of practice-based research. GSM have travelled carefully around the world to sample instruments of rare and of cultural significance. The team have repurposed these sounds making them accessible through numerous methods. The […]
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We teamed up with the game designers at the University of Central Lancashire to preserve rare instruments in the virtual world
The Hani App Fabric project by UCLan Senior Lecturer in Games Design, Bev Bush contributes to the visual arts by exploring transitions between traditional culture and digital media to create new artefacts. This research is a collaboration with The Global Sound Movement. Audiences can interact in a unique way with GSM sampled sounds from the […]
Gibraltar Chronicle – 28/02/2019 University of Central Lancashire Music Production Course Leader Phil Holmes takes the Gibraltar Chronicle through the different sounds a stalactite at St Michael’s Cave would sound if it was situated in different locations around the Rock. The team recorded the sound of the stalactites being slapped and the reverberation it makes. […]
‘Hidden Melodies’ – located in Gibraltar 27/02/19 This project showcases the trip to Gibraltar with the intention of capturing a wholly unique musical instrument. ‘Hidden Melodies’ presents the unique sounds and music hidden inside the Rock itself within the stalactites and stalagmites of lower St. Michaels Cave. GSM captured these incredible sounds along with multiple […]
About Brandon Vare My name is Brandon Vare, I produce Music and Video. I started making electronic music specifically when I was 15 since then I have made over a 1000 pieces of music, 36 of which have been released into the world (Music for Film, Powerline and Moonlighting.) I have been recently producing music […]
Morske Musak is a multimedia installation that situates Nikola Bašić’s Sea Organ (Zadar, Croatia) in dialogue with audience interactivity.
Born and raised in Italy, I moved to LA to attend the Drum Program at Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA. After graduating, I worked as a professional drummer for a few years and started getting interested in music composition and production. I landed a job working for Magnus Fiennes, where I composed some of the music for a BBC One TV show called “Death In Paradise”, a few short movies and really got an insight on the life of a music producer. After that, I decided to move back to Italy and pursue a career as a full-time producer.