Frolics was inspired by a found 16mm film called Aqua Frolics www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayQ4P0AtzEs
featuring an underwater banquet. After initially using mainly sampled water sounds as a soundtrack for the film, the soundtrack started to dictate its own internal structure to such an extent that the film was abandoned.
Sections of sequenced white noise became the foundation for the renamed Frolics.
Frolics appeared first as a cassette in 1996 dreygrade.bandcamp.com/album/frolics-cassette-version
with some different tracks and production.
Also an early 80 second excerpt was released in 1995 as 'Scuba' on a compilation CD 'Network: Volume 2, 54 Miniatures' on the Discus label of Sheffield www.discogs.com/Various-Network-Volume-Two-54-Music-Miniatures/release/227607
Equipment - Oscar synth, Akai SO1 sampler, and an Amiga 500+ and Music X sequencing.