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Scrap Processors and Nurvon Media are the audio and images created by CG Todaro. This page features mostly works in progress.
Scrap Processors and Nurvon Media are the audio and images created by Carey Glyn. Carey is an artist from the Metropolitan New York region. He has been writing electronic music for several years, and a photographer since the mid 1980's. Carey's music is presented with original photographs that possess a style all their own. The brand in his music productions are best described as [but not limited to] deep house / tech-house music, but influenced by much more. His choice in sounds are unique, unconventional, oddly placed and largely eerie. Like his photos, they compare closely from the reconstructed audio relics through the use of sampling and audio manipulation; his original photos -visuals of haunts and objects from a generation passed. An audience will witness some thoughtful and imaginative stories being told from many viewpoints. It's not uncommon to find that most pieces are set in a creepy post industrial North America.
From time to time, Carey appears as a guest DJ, both on and off the air. He entertains to much acclaim, showcasing quality music of a refined sonic spectrum. All the music is hand selected- most in which are sought from the dusty bins of record retailers across nation. Carey's DJ sets stand out; his top shelf taste for moody house, r&b and jazz-based compositions often command much attention and prove to be delightful.
© 2013 Nurvon Media
"This is all that's left...or have you noticed? Or are you like everyone else who moved past them without ever giving thought. But whether you can see them or not, they are still here, voices are long since silenced. Their frames and outlines are weathered and worn, but they too, have histories, memories, stories and songs. Soundtracks from the obsolete. We can only glimpse at what once was, so we watch and listen to these findings as interpreted by Scrap Processors