Home of artist​ Ross Healy (Cray)​
NEWS
 
2014
July 2014
New Cray album Music For Solo Sympathizer out now on Rocket Machine. Cassette version already sold out. I have a few copies for sale if anyone is intersted. http://rocketmachine.bandcamp.com/album/music-for-solo-sympathizer
 
March 2014
An interview appeared in Cyclic Defrost http://www.cyclicdefrost.com/blog/2014/03/ross-healy-interview-by-innerversitysound/
January 2014

​3 soundfiles by Ross Healy used in

Conversation @ 2 West 13th Street http://conversation-2west13.tumblr.com/   Spaces 1,3 and 19 were chosen.

 

September 2013

​Next Cray release is out in September on Rocket Machine Tapes

Delta Whan is the name of the release.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 2013

Vital Weekly Review

CRAY – DIGEST 54 (cassette by SicSic Tapes)
'Digest 54' is a stellar and somewhat interstellar tape from Ross Healy's Cray project -- one which consistently supplies variegated textures and timbres, as well as an eye for the dramatic. Healy's pedigree as a leftfield electronic musician (including his time in EBM act This Digital Ocean, and a solo 2001 album for legendary weirdo-electro outpost BiP_HOp Records) comes through in the way these tracks grip you by the nether-regions and tug you in. Here he's laid down a collection of sound experiments, each side a fertile bed of treats sketched out by synthesizers. The beeps and burbles include Warp-like chords (“Delva,” “Heek”), slack zone-out audioscapes (“Corrupt,” “Un8d”), and the sultry tones of R2D2 hopped up on goofballs (“Premble”). “Ugly Martian,” meanwhile, takes the album crown with its walloping eighties crime-wave bass loop. The moments that draw into the background are pushed into the periphery mainly by the fast grip of the tape's moretoe-curling contingent; but these less immediate tracks are still, generally, worthy kicks at the can: the curious combination of liquid synth-slosh and throbbing powerline-glow on “Dabuda,” the dreary neon orbs that populate “Basquiat,” and so forth. There's a lot to process here, so much so that one is tempted to fault Healy for this record's disjointed structure. He skitters from idea to idea, seemingly out of a compulsion to document each of his distinct approaches to sound. Perhaps we can pin this on Healy's background in electronic music: listen to some of the stuff Rephlex was putting out a decade or so ago, and you'll encounter the same sense of things being thrown at the wall to see what sticks. But the key, as always, is the fact that Healy doesn't just smear turds on his canvas -- these tracks are legitimate sound-niblets, each with something compelling to share. Only eighty copies of this tape exist on this planet, so you're advised to act fast. (MT)  Address: http://www.sicsic.de

April 2013

Dedicate Shortwave now released on Rocket Machine Tapes

Digest 54 now released on SicSic Tapes

March 2013

Promo images added for Digest 54 rel

Cray album ReJETTE out on Vicmod Records (Australia) File under Avant Electronics/ Ambient/ Electroacoustic

Cray album Digest 54 out on Sicsic Tapes (Germany) Flie under Electronic Library Music

Cray 30 min track Dedicate Short Wave, Buchla 200e performance, on split release Rocket Machine Tapes (Australia)

File under Avant Electronics/ Drone/ Shortwave/ Electroacoustic

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February 2013

6 February

Cray to perform solo Buchla performance @ Undue Noise, Bendigo

 

January 19 2013

Cray to perform Undue Noise Festival

Undue Noise artists and friends take over the Conservatory in Rosalind Park for an evening of innovative sound art, sound sculpture and experimental film when the sun sets.

Saturday 19th January 8-10pm FREE The Conservatory, Rosalind Park Bendigo