Later Days | invalidObject Series (do)
3" CD/MP3 | F.0014.0007
"Since he abandoned Csound in 1994 … Later Days (Wayne Jackson) has used only his own custom audio synthesis software. His compositional techniques and aesthetic are based on principles of emergent systems and 'guided chaos'. Since his creation of the genetic algorithm synthesizer "Selectasynth" in 1998, he has created a plethora of bizarre synthesis and mixing software tools for both live performance and recorded works, often on a per-composition basis."
The 'invalidObject Series' was established in 2000 as a sublabel of Fällt to release a finite series of twenty four 3" CD / MP3 works.
Offering a unique perspective on a diverse range of musical output at the turn of the millennium, the 'Series' features work by some of the most respected artists operating within the field of '.microsound' and has been described as "a remarkable document of a vibrant artistic community and a critical moment in the evolution of digital music" (Philip Sherburne), "a showcase for the extraordinary range of practical approaches within contemporary electronic music" (Matt Ffytche, The Wire) and, simply, "impressive" (Rob Young, Editor, The Wire).
The 'invalidObject Series' was included in The Wire's '2001 Rewind' list. The artwork for the entire series was also featured in Adrian Shaughnessy's 'Sampler 3'.
Fällt are grateful to the following: the artists who contributed their time and energy wholeheartedly to this project and embraced the idea of offering their work freely in MP3 format; Angela Lorenz, for her invaluable assistance in nurturing the design; and finally to Cara Murphy, for her help on seemingly endless late nights packaging and dispatching CDs.