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Mat P. Jarvis is an electronic music artist from England who has released one full-length CD and several other tracks on the Em:t Records label under the name Gas. More recently, Jarvis released material under the name "Jarman".
Mat Jarvis' work as Gas is often mistakenly credited to an alias used by German electronic musician Wolfgang Voigt. Although the two artists sound somewhat similar, they are separate and distinct musical entities.
His Gas 0095 album includes "Microscopic", "Experiments On Live Electricity" and "Discovery", is noted for the inclusion of the track "Timestretch", which is rumoured to be a complete four-minute track shrunk down to one second.
Em:t Records went out of business before the follow-up album Gas 2298 could be released. There has been a version of the album circulating the internet, but this has been confirmed as fake.
- Particles (Time Records, 1992)
- Know Your World (Time Records, 1992)
- Sumatra EP (as High Skies) (Miso Records, 2003)
- Sounds of Earth EP (Microscopics, 2010)
- Em:t 0094 (tracks "Pixels", "Earthloop") (Em:t Records, 1994)
- Em:t 3394 (track "Microscopic") (Em:t Records, 1994)
- Highway & Landscape (track "Earthshake") (Distance Records, 1995)
- Em:t 2295 (track "Shockwaves") (Em:t Records, 1995)
- Emit 2000 (tracks "Microscopic", "Shockwaves") (Instinct, 1995)
- Emit Explorer (tracks "Experiments On Live Electricity", "Discovery") (Instinct, 1995)
- Em:t 2296 (track "Vapournaut") (Em:t Records, 1996)
- Em:t 1197 (track "Oxygen") (Em:t Records, 1997)
- Em:t Beat Exploration (track "Oxygen") (Instinct, 1997)
- 360° (track "Staars", as High Skies) (The Foundry, 2001)
- Ambient02 (track "Microscopic"), as 'Gas (Mat Jarvis)' (Ambient02, 2002)
- Em:t 0003 (track "Red Green Blue", as High Skies) (Em:t Records, 2003)
- Em:t 0004 (track "Burning Buildings", as High Skies) (Em:t Records, 2004)
- Fluidities (track "The Shipping Forecast", as High Skies) (The Foundry, 2004)
- Charles Webster - Remixed On The 24th July (track "Gift Of Freedom - High Skies remix) (Peacefrog Records)