My friend made a fake 80's album. Uh, I mean... I'm sure you remember these hits from the 80's... they always played them on the radio... right?... right?
Happy album release day. You can now listen to the entirety of my new album:
My friend and label-mate released a really nice ambient drone record:
Here we go... my new album is dropping on Dec 10. Pre-orders are open now and there's a real cool video by a friend of mine:
One of my monitor speakers broke. It goes buzzzzzzzzzzz now. 😭 The company that built it is just a few neighborhoods over so hopefully they can fix it.
Except they were recently bought out by a much larger company, so maybe all the manufacturing is done in China now and I'm screwed.
I'm still hopeful though.
Dear @tenacity , why are you working so hard? Like, theoretically you could track the hijacked corporate Audacity project, strip out the nasty tracking junk, and release it, and you'd be good. That doesn't seem to be your goal. So what is your goal?
Haven't been online much because immediately after getting this account I had to go on a business trip thing. Such is life.
In any case, I'm reworking my artist website and sharing some of my back catalogue on there.
Here is a recording of a performance I did in 2016. This was my first time using a custom live-looping setup that turned out to be really productive for my future endeavors. The source material is a Korg Minilogue and weird cassette tapes I collect.
My setting of Ave Verum Corpus was sung at Winchester Cathedral this morning. If you'd like a listen, it starts at around 1:08:40 in this video: https://youtu.be/9FQaW-09r_w
Electronic ambient drone artist... with occasional excursions into polyrhythmic acid techno.
He/him or they/them.
SoNoMu (Sound Noise Music) is a mastodon instance for musicians, sound-artists, producers of any kind of aural noise, songwriters, bedroom producers, sonic manglers and algorave livecoders. -> more...