“I wanted to create a piece of music that didn’t have any sequencing characteristics of my past releases. It must be in parts, as if there are 4 movements. A brief complete without a word to no one.”
Harmi Palda PKA Infinite Scale has been creating music since the mid-nineties, using a mighty (and expanded!) 2MB Ensoniq EPS sampler. His interest and passion into producing musical experiments of a very varied kind led to seeing his first EP, Sound Sensor, being released on Toytronic Records back in 2005.
Today he continues to experiment with his beloved hardware which now partners up very well with a variation of sequencing and audio design software. His music has the ability to haunt the listener’s thoughts.
“To me, ambient music is the perfection of having the volume low enough so as not to disturb your environment yet be audible in every sense.”
His musical reference stem from the iconic Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream and Gary Numan, moving on through Electro-Street Sounds, Hip Hop (early Bronx), Wildstyle, B-Boy Breakdance, fusing into dubplates such as Jah Shaka, Saxon Sound, Mad-Professor. Acid house 1988, Slowdive, Dead Can Dance, Pixies, Cocteau Twins, Red House Painters, Thomas Dolby, Kate Bush, David Sylvian, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Philip Glass, Wim Mertens, Marillion, Herb Albert, Keimzeit, Wu-Tang Clan, Blackmoon, Masta Ace, Nick Drake, Carpenters, Tears for Fears…..