"Cyborg 3.0: Implant"
"The Tremble of Quantum Strings"
"Tachyon (Tone Drive)"
"A Fundamentally New Idea in Synthesis"
"Planetary Bird Engine"
"Islands in the Cosmos"
"Human (Looking Back)"
"Goodbye Earth/ Goodbye Solar System"
Music & Lyrics by THE INTERPLANETARY ACOUSTIC TEAM
Ilyse Kusnetz: Vocals, Lyrics
Brian Turner: Vocals, Bass, Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Flugelhorn, Modular Synthesizers
Benjamin Kramer: Basses, Keyboards, Theremin
Jared Silvia (aka Pressurewave): Modular Synthesizers
Sunil Yapa: Electric Guitars
Mixed by Benjamin Kramer & Brian Turner. Mastered by Benjamin Kramer.
Engineered by Benjamin Kramer at 2pi Creative Studios in Orlando, Florida.
Final Mastering by Wes Wolfe at Tangible Formats.
Moonlake Records (2018)
Featured Guests on 11 11 (Me, Smiling)
Stina Svensson (Vocals) & Erik Slättberg (Vocals, Piano, Synthesizers) on "Human (Looking Back)" & "A Fundamentally New Idea in Synthesis"
Tracks recorded at the Hello Ocean studios in Örebro, Sweden
To email Hello Ocean: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen plays electric guitar on "11 11," "A Fundamentally New Idea in Synthesis," & "Islands in the Cosmos"
Stephen added backing vocals on "The Stars"
All tracks recorded at 2pi Creative Studios in Orlando, Florida. Engineered by Benjamin Kramer.
Binary Chorus (on "Light Sketch"):
Ilyse Kusnetz--with Kimberly Buchheit, Benjamin Busch, Russell Conrad, Roel Daamen, Susan Dauer, Krista Knopper, Arthur Kusnetz, Ira Kusnetz, Suzanne Roberts, Melanie Stammbach, Alessandra Tanesini & Michael Thomas. (These vocals were recorded in Orlando, Fresno, The Hague, Hong Kong, Petaluma, Albuquerque, Lake Tahoe, Lake Zurich, Cardiff, and Monmouth.)
In Utero Heartbeat:
Arlo Cherry on "A Fundamentally New Idea in Synthesis"; recorded by his mother, Sophie Cherry, summer 2017.
Rupa DasGupta is an multimedia designer, developer, and artist. She received a BA in Studio Art from the University of Virginia and a MFA in Design + Technology from Parsons the New School for Design. For her Octopus a Day daily art series, she painted and drew over 700 octopuses, which can be found at anoctopusaday.com. She lives in Asbury Park, NJ with her husband, the poet Michael Paul Thomas, and son, Sagan.