"whispering is never enough.
crying is never enough.
screaming is never enough.
music is never enough.
but we have to.
something. something. something!
and a little bit more.
The new Flavigula album, "Jēmaraz", will soon be released by Submarine Broadcasting Company, a netlabel brimming with experimental musical projects of many kinds. We're happy we were accepted into their community.
However, I also made sure I could release the album to other arenas in different contexts, and thus I present to you all:
Do with and to it as you wish! I hope it is an enjoyable journey. Making it was quite an adventure.
Apparently Google is taking down a lot of Fediverse apps from Google Play...
Transport Layer Security EP is out now!
"At the core of these tracks stands an inspiration of exploring machinic polyrythms and how they can be used to blur the distinction of what is really inorganic, or not. Below, however, this distinction of natural organism is a false promise, a blind alley, a dead end. We ... are all part of the same machinic phylum."
This Is How Much More Money Artists Earn From Bandcamp Compared to Streaming Services | Pitchfork
Well, it seems that due to the covid19 crisis we completely missed 1 year anniversary (6.april) of #SonomuClub mastodon instance!
I must say I'm extremely happy with our local timeline. The strategy of requiring people to get in touch to get an account proved very efficient in maintaining incredible s/n ratio.
I'm grateful to all of you who are filling our local timeline with amazing music and noisemaking stories of your sound adventures.
Also, to our patrons, a big thank you!
Made a track for drone day.
Listen to 2020-05-30 - Drone Day by Kynduum
Released this a couple weeks ago but have been too busy to post it on here. So... Here it is.
The amazing Martin Boudreau on drums once again!
Didn't know there was a video for this song.
Tim Hecker - Black Refraction
Me and my band mates attempted a prog/math rock version of Carol of the Bells.
I have been listening to this album a lot lately. Usually after a long day. Very calming.
A bunch of buddies of mine, got together to cover Ed Sheeran's I see fire. Think it's an interesting take on an already amazing song.
New Ep released today, Nova Ember.
Any feedback would be appreciated. :)