Yellow Light Discarded is the new EP by Clutter - released on 14th June 2010. All tracks were improvised using laptop, iPhone, Nintendo DS and effects then edited and mixed to add the finishing touches.
Yellow Light Discarded features a field recording of rain on a balcony in Plymouth recorded in 2007. On Your Parade features a field recording of Dalton Parade from my back garden in 2010.
'A bold, innovative release that leaves me hungry for more' - 'reminds me more of Max Richters most out there experiments or Nurse With Wound at their most ethereal' - Was Ist Das
'a melancholic but rather pleasant and effective soundtrack for a few brief moments in a cold and rainy afternoon' - Connexion Bizarre
'The press kit posits an overlap between electro-acoustic improvisation, ambient electronics, and musique concrète, but that’s overstating it. This music is more simple and pure than all that, and at its best, we completely forget the tools and genres at work' - Cyclic Defrost
'a nifty little set of psychedelic abstractions' - Wonderful Wooden Reasons
'A fine collection of digital landscape paintings and atmospheres by Shaun Blezard under his Clutter alias.... Remarkable to think that such clinical instruments as the iPod and Nintendo DS were used as tools to realise this very human music' - Ed Pinsent – Sound Projector 19