|ELECPHONIC: TRIPLEPHONIC 
01. Consume Cool
03. Burma Has Gone Dark
05. Gas Buddy
07. Water Is Heavy
Continuing ELECPHONIC’s bent of quirky electronica, Triplephonic is the third album recorded by the chameleonic Truly Independent musician Daniel Gannaway.
Once again infusing his unique ‘Atari-esque’ digital melodies with barbed lyrical content, Gannaway’s alternate reality as ELECPHONIC is mesmerising – a Second Life, spent in the company of Max Headroom, Tron and Orac.
Where Elecphonic was an exercise in musical creationism, arriving fully-formed from the ether without evolution or precedent, Triplephonic is a helix in its own genetic sequence. It breathes new life into the wryly opinionated tradition established by the artist’s previous releases – full of incisive, humorous socio-political commentary on the contemporary human condition.
A talented and energetic musician, Gannaway adds a sense of mischief to his artistic repertoire under the pseudonym ELECPHONIC.
Stand-out tracks include the dreamy Burma Has Gone Dark, evoking early Orb or Kraftwerk in a chiaroscuro of melody versus lyric.
Sarah also lingers long after hearing, with its catchy vocal hook contrasting the solemn poetry of its lyrics: “You're a man who used to land jet aeroplanes with a flick of his hand; solely responsible for three hundred lives; your abilities crashed and now your nerves are fried...”
Since the release of his first album – FINE BY ME – in 1998, Daniel Gannaway’s been a strident proponent of independent music.
Now listing 10 solo albums and a range of side-project releases (including work with band kidameln), Daniel’s most recent solo album, JOINED LIKE NOTES, marked another waypoint on what has become a musical odyssey spanning more than a decade.
Gannaway’s growing discography now includes three intrepid, imaginative releases under the ELECPHONIC pseudonym – the eponymous Elecphonic, Sophomorphonic and now Triplephonic.