James Murray
  • Remote Redux is the debut album from James Murray & Francis M. Gri: a delicate and unhurried collection of exquisitely crafted minimal ambient reflecting on closeness and separation as expressed by the Japanese concept Ma, known also as negative space. The album is available now from Ultimae Records in their signature deluxe CD package:

     


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  • James Murray & Francis M. Gri - Remote Redux | LP + CD + Digital | Ultimae | 17/10/19 Silent Vigils - Lost Rites | CD + Digital | Home Normal | 11/07/19
    Landscapes of Lovers | CD + Digital | Fluid Audio | 31/10/18
    Falling Backwards | CD + Digital | Home Normal | 14/09/18
    Silent Vigils - Fieldem | CD + Digital | Home Normal | 11/07/18
    Heavenly Waters | CD + Digital | Slowcraft Records | 29/09/17
    Floods Returned | CD + Digital | Slowcraft Records | 16/06/17
    Killing Ghosts | CD + Digital | Home Normal | 28/02/17
    Eyes to the Height | CD + Digital | Ultimae | 01/12/16
    Ghostwalk | LP + Digital | Ultimae | 22/09/16
    Tetherdown - First Flight | CD + Digital | Slowcraft Records | 15/04/16
    The Sea In The Sky | CD + Digital | VoxxoV Records | 25/09/15
    Loss | CD + Digital | Eilean Records | 15/01/15
    Mount View | CD + Digital | Slowcraft Records | 17/05/14
    The Land Bridge | CD + Digital | Slowcraft Records | 26/07/13
    Floods | CD + Digital | Slowcraft Records | 01/02/12
    Where Edges Meet | CD + Digital | Ultimae | 17/12/08

  • One of the most innovative and individual sounding artists of our times igloomag

    Very nearly alone in the nation of techno... a genius of nuance Star's End

    An alchemist with sound, space, and texture Stationary Travels

    The term [ambient] only begins to hint at its poise and artistry textura (interview here)

    Personal, emotional, and with unequalled sound design Ambientblog

    Murray again proves himself a sound art auteur of rare imagination Foreign Accents

    Ambient just became a lot more interesting Norman Records