BDR welcomes Gilles P. Brillon from Longueuil, Québec.
The debut narrative echoes within and without, catalyzing oscillating perspectives of the vastness of open oceans, of what lies below and is reflected above. The track names frame the listen with archetypal connections to wholeness and solid constructions of self. Perhaps this is confirmed with the beautiful and mysterious recordings, all with a deep and strong primordial root alongside a glittering and polished spectrum that helps us to hear and look in all directions at once.
Gilles P. Brillon was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and has worked as a computer graphic artist in television for 30 years.
Falling in love with the synthesizer, he has written for television and museum installations and is in two progressive rock bands with gigs and recording contracts.
His main influences are Klaus Schulze and Berlin School, Brian Eno and ‘70 prog.
Now composing and recording in his studio at home, Room of Oceans is his first solo electronic music album. The album was recorded “in the box” using Steinberg’s Nuendo and UVI Falcon.
Gilles now resides in Longueuil, Quebec with his wife Éléonore, who is a published author of fantasy books.