Theory of Machines

by Ben Frost

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released 01 March 2007
Written & performed by Ben Frost.

Additional programming and other psycho-acoustic wonders executed by Lawrence English.

Recorded in various locations including The Playhouse Bondi – Australia and Greenhouse Studios Reykjavik – Iceland.

Gongs and Ambient Percussion Performed by Sigtryggur Baldursson. String ‘section’ performed by Russell Fawcus.

Stomp contains sample from Red Sheet. Written by Michael Gira/Swans ©1991 Young God Records Young God Publishing (ASCAP) Used with permission.

Written by Ben Frost Daniel Rejmer Sean Albers. Performed by School of Emotional Engineering. Recorded by Daniel Rejmer at Sing Sing Studios and Abercorn Studios Melbourne – Australia.

Written by Ben Frost. Performed by Ben Frost, Hildur Ingveldardóttir, Guðnadóttir, Sigtryggur Baldursson.

The title Forgetting You... is a borrowed sentiment from Dynamite by Stina Nordenstam.

Recorded and mixed by Valgeir Sigurðsson & Ben Frost.

Additional Vinyl Edition Credits:

Artwork adapted for Vinyl by Sturla Mio Þórisson

Vinyl mastering by Lupo at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin

Theory of Machines was assembled and mixed by Ben Frost & Valgeir Sigurðsson in Greenhouse Studios Reykjavik – Iceland.

Mastered By Valgeir Sigurðsson

All works written by Ben Frost ©2006 – copyright control except Coda ©2006 Ben Frost, Daniel Rejmer, Sean Albers. – all copyright control.

School of Emotional Engineering is Ben Frost, Daniel Rejmer, Jova Andy,Hazel Russell Fawcus. They appear courtesy of themselves.

Artwork directed by Ben Frost Jette Jonkers. Photographed by Charlie Strand at Dýraspítalinn Reykjavik – Iceland and was partly inspired by Victor Boullet’s Oblivion.

Artwork designed by dave Ladd – dL76.com

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Ben Frost uses software by Ableton and Native Instruments

No man is an island. This recording was a process that was, at various points influenced in direction, procedure, and realisation by the following individuals: Daniel Rejmer, Darrin Verhagen, Jette and Árora Jonkers, Lawrence English, Nico Muhly, Scott Horscoft, Sruli Recht, Valgeir Sigurðsson.

I simply could not do what I do without my family and my friends – thank you all, for every single thing. Ben Frost 2006.

©2006 Bedroom Community

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Ben Frost

The music of Ben Frost is about contrast; influenced as much by Classical Minimalism as by Punk Rock and Metal, Frost's throbbing guitar-based textures emerge from nothing and slowly coalesce into huge, forbidding forms that often eschew conventional structures in favor of the inevitable unfoldings of vast mechanical systems. ... more

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