Posts Tagged ‘Shamus Coghlan’

First Two Videos: “Docking Procedure” and “Distance”

There has been some new sounds happening in the background with Shamus well he is working on some new material. Not to be strictly dance floor in these two tracks/songs but more of a sonic journey. Yes there is a time to play with the eyes and ears together and something to hopefully expose more of the techno music. The two new videos linked below where shot, edited, by Shamus himself. They include time lapse flights from Toronto to Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada in Docking Procedure and the TGV train footage from the Journey starting in Munich-Paris, then Paris- Marseille, and a final stop in Dresden. If you are watching carefully you may notice it is all in reverse 😉

The Docking procedure is time lapse, well the Distance video is actual real-time speeds of the TGV. Both where shot with iPhone video and edited in Final Cut Pro X.

Sound in the studio for the music was done with Korg Volca Beats, Elektron Analog Four, Eventide Effects and Plugins. Lots of Analog there captured at 24bit 96KHz.

Please enjoy and thanks for checking them out.

Soundcloud & Co.

The head of (807) recordings is fighting with Media Social & Co. – Guess what he figured out?
…”DER KRIEG 01-AGENT GRÜN-GEHEIMWAFFE”…
Enjoy with listen to it…


Technophile Release Date November 29, 2010 – Keep your eyes open :)

Technophile EP (12″, EP)

(807) Recordings second release brings back the dedication of Shamus Coghlan’s quest to Destroy Mediocrity. From the very onset of a-side Truth Serum he releases an all out Sonic bliss of pure unapologetic techno. Fast paced and layered with analog modulation this sets the pace of those who dare to be tested.

Technophile EP :: Truth Serum

Technophile EP :: 180 Grams

180 Grams brings even the most hardened of “Technophiles” back home. With a BIG warehouse jacking beat, layered with deep, dark, cold war Sci-fi sounds you will be into Coghlan’s fantasy . With the same passion that started (807) Recordings this release digs in and farther in a dedication to the “Technophile”.


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