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"TETRAMETH"

-The bastard spawn of several ex-rock bands, and the after-effect of the digital age. "Tetrameth" is the brainchild of musician/producer, Peter Hayes. A mandatory element within the Australian electronic music scene, Tetrameth has been a regular headliner at the biggest festivals around the globe. Having released two significant and critically acclaimed albums .
Psychological Pyrotechnics (2006) The Eclectic Benevolence (2010) - on Zenon Records, along with a string of tracks on various compilations,. Collaborating with Shadow Fx, Sensient, Captain Hook/Quantize Ace Ventura, Sun Control Species. Informed by an inspired musicality, Peter is a graduate from the Conservatorium of Music and an accomplished multi-instrumentalist. Influenced by a wide array of musical sources, least of which electronic music. Tetrameth’s unique style is as much steeped in the paisley psychedelica of guitar gods like Hendrix, Gilmour and Clapton, and the acid-spiked lore of art-metallers Tool,NIN,Mars Volta. As it is in the virtuosity of musicians the likes of Miles Davis, Dennis Chambers, John McLaughlin, & Scott Henderson. Experimental and progressive, Tetrameth’s sonic landscape is like an alien jungle, alive with unknown life. It is music made to augment the brain, truly unrestricted by limitation or the conventions of genre. Quite simply. It’s a beast of it’s own.

TETRAMETH   Peter Hayes, Australia

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  • Awakened (preview) Artwork

    Awakened (preview)

    TETRAMETH on July 07, 2014 06:55
  • Electric Church (preview) Artwork

    Electric Church (preview)

    TETRAMETH on July 07, 2014 06:25
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    LOST-PART 2 (MP3)

    TETRAMETH on April 20, 2011 11:08
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    The Quickening (MP3)

    TETRAMETH on April 20, 2011 07:54
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    Grinder Reminder (mp3)

    TETRAMETH on April 20, 2011 07:44

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