SubtractiveLAD

Stephen Hummel

This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.subtractivelad.com, http://www.n5md.com/artists.php?artist=SubtractiveLAD, http://www.myspace.com/subLAD

Discography of SubtractiveLAD:

# Release title Dwnld Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Giving Up The Ghost ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 11 Audio 2005-02-15
2 Suture ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 12 Audio 2006-02-14 n5MD
3 No Man's Land ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 10 Audio 2007-02-06 n5MD
4 Where The Land Meets The Sky ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 13 Audio 2009-03-09 n5MD
5 Suture ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 12 Audio 2006-02-14
6 No Man's Land ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 10 Audio 2007-02-06
7 Giving Up The Ghost ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 11 Audio 2005-02-15 n5MD
8 Where The Land Meets The Sky ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 10 Audio 2009-03-09 n5MD
9 Giving Up The Ghost ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 11 Audio 2005-02-15 n5MD
10 Kindred ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 5 Audio 2011-02-15 n5MD
11 Kindred ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 5 Audio 2011-02-15 n5MD
12 remix_EP ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 7 Audio 2011 Not On Label (subtractiveLAD Self-released)
13 Apparatus ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 10 Audio 2008-02-26 n5MD
14 The Language Of Flowers ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 4 Audio 2013-04-15 Not On Label (subtractiveLAD Self-released)
15 The Language Of Flowers ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 4 Audio 2013-04-30 Not On Label (subtractiveLAD Self-released)
16 Wilderness ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 7 Audio 2014-05-06 Not On Label (subtractiveLAD Self-released)
17 First Steps ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 12 Audio 2014-04-14 Not On Label (subtractiveLAD Self-released)


SubtractiveLAD (a.k.a. Stephen Hummel) is a Vancouver-based electronic musician who has been evolving as a performer for over seven years. Hummel began performing in the jazz-improv world but, before long, his emerging fondness for analogue synthesizers shifted his focus to an entirely electronic sound. The relatively recent progress of computer technology has allowed Hummel to design most of his own instruments and create a sound that is both extremely personal and unique. The music of subtractiveLAD can be described as melodic, fluid and deeply emotional, full of warm analogue ambience, punctuated with processed crunchy experimental electronica style rhythms. The subtractiveLAD sound hints back to 70s-era Eno and Tangerine Dream, but infused with a contemporary laptop aesthetic.


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