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  1. Cheers. I poke my head in every now and then; sometimes I'll find the most interesting music in unlikely places.
  2. 20 tracks on cassette & digital (vinyl forthcoming) Visuals:
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    It's Not Too Early For Each Other

    20 tracks on cassette and digital (vinyl forthcoming)

    https://clocolan.bandcamp.com/album/it-s-not-too-early-for-each-other

  4. Thru Oct 31 Klüsterjunkk is $29.25 at pornofonic.com A little side project of mine. Review here. Audio demos:
  5. I joined this program only because DistroKid members could join free. I don't expect much more in terms of micro-sales but there's no denying that Spotify is a player and it doesn't hurt to have an artist profile page on their service. And with Soundcloud seemingly in an ever-tenuous existence, probably more reason than ever. Note about DistroKid: I joined when they had a deal going but, unless you make 100k's of sales per year it's not an income, just pocket money. But it does make distributing your music SUPER easy.
  6. The extended 2x12" vinyl release includes 2 tracks from the clocolan Arches EP and an exclusive single. Transparent blue and classic black (randomly mixed so it's...like a box of chocolates). Available on Bleep, Juno, etc. should also be arriving at n5MD soon.
  7. The first in (what I hope will be) a series of mixes that explore new/old/obscure electronica. IDM, ambient, experimental electronica...and that stuff in between. clocolan - Redstone - 00:00 The Holocene - The Blood Friends - 01:17 Vangelis - Mare Tranquillitatis - 05:19 Dellalzade - Part One - 06:55 clocolan - In The Rainbow - 09:24 Vangelis - Entends-tu Les Chiens Aboyer? Part 1 - 14:22 Corwin Trails - Arkrider - 16:11 Freescha - Abominable Love - 16:56 Jean-Michel Jarre - Eros Machine - 20:51 Boards Of Canada - Gyroscope - 22:40 clocolan - Machine Learning - 26:07 Christ. - Substation - 28:32 Tangerine Dream - Sequent C - 31:12 Deru - Midnight In The Garden With Ghosts (Remix) - 33:16 Jean-Michel Jarre - Ethnicolor II - 33:55 Ten And Tracer - The Bauplan - 41:10 Aphex Twin - QKThr - 42:16 Ten And Tracer - Bearable Parable - 43:34 Thom Yorke - Pink Section - 46:18 Last Days - Leaving Home - 48:36 clocolan - The Most Vivid Shade Of Green - 50:00 The tracks of my own here will be on a special edition vinyl release due out ~September 12th.
  8. A little side project of mine that just launched. 11 percussion instruments from de/reconstructed junk. 30% off intro pricing: $27.30 (£21.00): http://pornofonic.com Some music samples:
  9. An exclusive single from the extended 2x12" vinyl release of the album 'Nothing Left To Abandon': https://clocolan.bandcamp.com/track/the-most-vivid-shade-of-green Original digital release of 'Nothing Left To Abandon' available now from Enpeg: https://enpeg.bandcamp.com/album/nothing-left-to-abandon Extended vinyl release arriving later this year.​
  10. I received a $200 coupon off this library ($799) but I don't need it. However, there's a plugin from a separate manufacturer that I do need; that costs $150. I wondered if any music makers here would be interested in a little swap arrangement... I give you the coupon, you pay for half the plugin cost ($75)? That nets you $125 off the cost of Cineperc. Honor system obviously... Message me if this interests you...or if I sound like a lunatic
  11. DJ Food very kindly offered me the opportunity to submit a mix to Solid Steel, so I dug deep into my collection for all the noises that have been banging around in my head for the last few years... Quite a mix in here...BOC, Autechre, Eno, Glass, Jarre, Radiohead, Hildegaard von Bingen: Album is here: https://enpeg.bandcamp.com/album/nothing-left-to-abandon Enjoy.
  12. For the most part BOC's chord progressions aren't too unique...it's just what they do with them that is In terms of the actual melodic context, see this very interesting analysis...it explains much of BOC's whole sound:
  13. ROFL! Thanks guys. Yeah I'm mindful of not just imitating BOC, Tycho etc (there's enough of that out there) but trying to look at it from a different angle. On that note--have you heard this guy's stuff? <--- A whole other take. Sweguno: I assume you're already a Rooibos (red bush) tea drinker. If you're not, get on it :D Cheers!
  14. Shameless self-promotion, but you might enjoy this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9q9yT05p-I
  15. The album is officially released Friday, but is now available early on Bandcamp: http://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/album=120915256/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/tracklist=false/artwork=small/transparent=true/
  16. Visuals for a track from my album--due out this month (Friday the 13th ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9q9yT05p-I Album preview here:
  17. A track from the upcoming album. I had come across a video of a woman explaining the idea of the vision quest. Just add violas. https://enpeg.bandcamp.com/track/obsolete-advancements
  18. Yes, no question; that'll always be true. I recall Wendy Carlos saying (paraphrasing) that the new generation will pick up where they left off, and that's the way it should be.
  19. After listening to the previews I'm sort of predictably underwhelmed (pardon moi, monsieur). I grew up under the original, which I thought was reasonably good; but the follow-up, Equinoxe, I still believe is one of the most beautiful and perfectly-executed electronic music albums. I don't know. This new digital sheen doesn't serve the old guard very well. Jarre, Vangelis, Schulze...their music lost some of their soul, the stuff that, as younger men, they excelled at. But I think that's true of nearly EVERY artist: it's unfortunately a slow, downward creative trajectory for most of us. 'New' is different and it's very hard to learn 'different' when you've been doing it your whole life. I saw a comment above: "keygen music". How tragically accurate.
  20. Good catch. I looked for this on whosampled, couldn't find it. I really had no idea BoC sampled so much, but obviously it's a winning strategy xD
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