BT releases brand new album entitled "These Hopeful Machines"
“These Hopeful Machines” is the follow up to “This Binary Universe” from 2006, an album that created an entirely new genre of evocative electro-acoustic music. Keyboard Magazine wrote in a review, “In a hundred years, “These Hopeful Machines” could well be studied as the first major work of the new millennium. It's that good.”
From an early age, BT, born Brian Transeau, demonstrated a remarkable aptitude for playing and understanding classical music. Avant-garde and romantic composers such as Stravinsky, Bartok, Debussy and Rachmaninov heavily influenced him.
When it comes to his music, Brian is very clear: “My ultimate goal is to keep the emotional counterpoint and the integrity of the song intact, even when pushing the envelope with style and technique. The faster things get, the less people are willing to take in a body of creative work. There are so few things now that will engage us. The intent of consuming music is usually to have an awareness or a feeling, to have a truly, empathic connection to others. My hope is to create something that makes people feel that they have consumed something that completes a void. I want to create something lasting.”
“These Hopeful Machines” continues to evolve BT’s distinct technical, lyrical and compositional vision and execution, but his usual melodic complexity and bleeding-edge electronic techniques permeate the album from start to finish and now might even get him to win his first Grammy Award.
02. The Emergency
03. Every Other Way
04. The Light Of Things
05. Rose Of Jericho
06. Forget Me
01. A Million Stars
02. Love Can Kill You
04. Le Nocturne De Lumière
05. The Unbreakable
06. The Ghost In You
The digital download is available at iTunes.