Aetherius is an independent electronica artist, hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He has self-produced more than four albums worth of original material since 2001.

The music of Aetherius straddles the lines between film score and industrial, a soft piano solo and a wanking guitar solo. Those lines are very far apart, but the music of Aetherius has long legs. I promise.

About Aetherius

Aetherius is an independent electronica artist, hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He has self-produced more than four albums worth of original material since 2001.

History
When he was even younger, Rab liked music that made his heart 'splode. This was all well and good until the heart-'sploding music stopped in 2001. Delving into the collective consciousness that is probably the intarweb, Rab discovered the proper utensils and skills with which to make his own heart 'splode.
This led to the composition and production of two albums' worth of piano driven ambient dance music entitled 'Multi-Coloured Breakfast' and 'Empty Box of Happiness,' the latter of which exposing a more experimental edge.
By 2004, after having changed his alias to "Aetherius" (from something even stupider), taking plenty of time to improve his skills, and allowing for several changes of influence and style, he composed and produced a third album entitled 'The Inevitability of Pain (and the stupidity of those who don't expect it)' which was a more structured, yet still experimental collection of piano driven ambient songs.
From 2005 to 2006, He worked on his fourth album of original music, which is titled "An Experiment in Orbital Displacement." It showcases his affinity for found-sound layering, and guitar experimentation, and a development of his piano style into a more delicate, dreamlike atmosphere. However, the album itself is full of dark overtones and undertones, loosely conceptualized as an "end of days" allegory.
Throughout later 2007, Rab began working on an EP entitled 'FallPast', named for a song written shortly after the completion of the last song on 'An Experiment...', the EP is still a work in progress, despite the incomplete status of 'An Experiment...' itself, and ideas for a new concept album in the future.

It only takes a few minutes to make your heart 'splode, but once it 'splodes, you'll want it to 'splode some more.

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