This limited physical edition of Telemetry comes in a full-color 4-panel DigiPak, personalized and hand-numbered by the artist.
Includes digital pre-order of Telemetry.
You get 1 track now
(streaming via the free Bandcamp app
and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the
complete album the moment it’s released.
shipping out on or around September 3, 2019
edition of 100
Streaming + Download
Pre-order of Telemetry. You get 1 track now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
1-3 Recorded live on June 21 2019 at WPRB 103.3FM, Princeton NJ
4 Recorded live on May 12 2019 at WXPN 88.5FM, Philadelphia PA
Edited and mixed by Jeff Towne at Echoes, Chester Springs PA.
Mastered by Eric Oehler at Submersible, Madison WI.
This recording would not have been possible without the friendship, encouragement, and/or support of the following: Steven Archer, Chuck Van Zyl, Jeff Towne, Mike Hunter, Art Cohen, Roycee Martin, Neil Cippon, Eric Oehler, Stephan L. Groth, Jason Sloan, Molly Campbell, Hans Von Kroonenburg, Gino Wong, Jimmy DeHaas and Allison Klinedinst, Ashlei Castellano, Kristy Snow, Marjorie L. Staer, Dan McCullough, Tim Heireth, Tom Tague, Justin McGrath, Stars End Radio, Music With Space, The Gatherings Concert Series, Alison Stout at Bell Tone Synth Works, Sam at Three Wave Music, Mark Tajzler at Guitar Center, Joe Scott at Digital Underground / Projekt Mailorder, Emily St. Germaine, Jason Bruner, Tristan Pantano, Mark Ulissi, Chaka Benson, ZS Lawrence, AJ Partyka, Dylan Frost, Lyn Griffin, Larissa Vale, Justin Norton, Steve Love, Eric Quigley, Dr Andy Lange
The music in this recording was performed live on-air, using a Roland Juno-106, a Korg Minilogue, a Korg Monologue, a Waldorf Streichfett, a Roland TB-03, a Korg Kronos-X, a Moog GrandMother, a Eurorack modular synthesizer, and a concise collection of effects pedals.
ST∆ER is the solo project of Philadelphia-based electronic musician Ian R. Staer. Drawing inspiration equally from the likes
of Phillip Glass, Moby, Alessandro Cortini, and John Murphy, ST∆ER juxtaposes spare acoustic piano melodies with analog synthesizer textures -- conjuring beautiful, stark aural landscapes from a concise tonal vocabulary....more
Being a worshipper of Tangerine Dream’s “Virgin years”, and having consumed the 38’ of “Ricochet” to exhaustion, this was like finding water in the desert. It’s a strange listening experience, similar in a way to Syn; still I’m so grateful to CG, and this goes for all their discography, which I’m sure I’ll consume to exhaustion. Mortimer Potts