Boomkat Product Review:
Tim Gray hails from California, USA, where he bases his Ethernet project, blurring the boundaries of dub-house and techno with smudged post-rock and drone electronics. '144 Pulsations Of Light' sounds a lot like you might imagine Steve Hitchell to, if he listened to more Kranky records. All the hallmarks of his productions are here, the persistent undulating pulse of bass, wispy atmospheric ephemera and an innate grasp of the sublime ambient qualities, only replacing the JA dub influences with those of Wolfgang Voigt's Gas project or the synth drones of Klaus Schülze and his modern day equivalent, Emeralds. The gorgeous 'Vaporous' takes these influences and rolls them off into a crimson horizon, while the soporific ambience of 'Seaside' will appeal to fans of The Orb and the magnificent 12 minute opus 'Temple' reminds us of the wind-chilled electronics of Thomas Koner. Gorgeous.