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  1. This is my first Zephyr Nova album since 2011's Shatterscapes. It's sort of my take on ambient music, produced between October and November of last year. The album art was created by Dan Ainslie, AKA Goiter Sanchez, who came through with outstanding work as always. You can download it for free (or pay what you want) here: http://zephyrnova.bandcamp.com/album/shivering-towers
  2. New album from WATMM member Zephyr Nova, this time delving more into industrial synthpop/new wave elements. On their own these dewy-eyed aesthetic retreads can be trite and downtrodden, but this is a fresh AF, unironic blending of the aforementioned! It's seriously awesome, and I had to make a topic for this lest it sink into the ether. Cover art is by WATMM user Grain Bastard. Some preview tracks: Purchase/Stream here: https://themunicipality.bandcamp.com/album/hole-in-the-tide/ Also available on iTunes: https://apple.co/3iWJkX9 ... and Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3l8wjf8 Facebook page link: https://www.facebook.com/TheMunicipalityBand/ & Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themunicipalityband/ ENJOY (and feel free to chime in ZN!)
  3. The debut album from my experimental pop band has finally been released. https://hushhushnoise.bandcamp.com/ It started off as a client (singer/songwriter Lily Fawn) coming to my studio wanting to create electronic reworkings of her songs so she could perform them live without a backing band. I got so excited about how the first song was turning out that I asked her if she wanted to make it a full time collaborative project. That lead to us preparing an entire Twin Peaks cover set for a theme show the next month (as Songs from the Black Lodge), as well as the dozen originals on this release. Hope you like it! (The first song which spawned the whole project was "Animals". That was soon followed by "Friday Morning Hymn" which was originally a Zephyr Nova remix of her song.)
  4. I've been collaborating with my friend Lily Fawn, making dreamy/psychedelic/electronic pop music. We both sing/play guitar. She plays trumpet/percussion/musical saw. I program the sequences. Our first show was Twin Peaks themed, so we covered several songs from the series/movie and recorded it (along with one of my originals). This EP is the result. Free download: https://songsfromtheblacklodge.bandcamp.com/releases We plan to have an album of originals ready for June.
  5. I was sad to not be mastering or contributing music for a watmm 2016 xmas comp, but I still ended up doing a xmas track that turned out pretty cool. It's a collaboration this time -me: programming, guitar/harmonies/vocoder, mixing, Lily Fawn: vocals, production ideas, Hank Pine: cello. I've been reworking some of Lily's songs into electronic arrangements for her to perform live, solo, and it's turned into one of the most rewarding collaborations I've been a part of. She decided to put this one together rather last minute, and I'm really happy with the end result. Super fun. Merry Christmas, watmm: https://soundcloud.com/zephyr-nova/lily-fawn-reindeer-the-knife-cover Also, her last album is quite excellent. It's a concept album about a fawn that goes around stealing and eating babies, or at least that's what I get from it. David Bryant from Godspeed You! Black Emperor contributed guitars and mixing. Anyone curious can check it out here: https://lilyfawn.bandcamp.com/
  6. I'm happy to announce: Tribute to Olympus Mons Link: https://cytoplantastic.bandcamp.com/album/tribute-to-olympus-mons Tracks: 1. Tricone - Mars Base Night Watch 05:07 2. Northern Plastics - When the Red Dust Clears 03:04 3. Grain Bastard - 72 Pascal 03:01 4. Nimajeb - Omon 08:08 5. Sweguno - Psalm of the Polypheme 06:58 6. Grain Bastard - Tumbling Red Tragments 03:00 7. kamulja - sherpa 01:52 8. Zephyr Nova - Ascending Olympus 04:56 9. Zephyr Nova - Red Majestic 04:20 10. Raccoon Acid - Tharsis Bulge 03:45 11. cubus - Nix Limpus 12:14 12. iteritinerant - scarpfall 03:51 13. Embers Lucent - Hypoxic Ascent (Venture Beyond...) [Excerpt] 10:21 I'm super pleased with how this album turned out. It has great textures and atmospheres, punctuated by notable moments of beauty, and the occasional beat. In my mind, it's a perfect album for chilling with a good book. Individual opinions may vary though. Apologies for the amateurish album art. No one came forward so I tried to give it a shot myself this year. I don't like it as much as the art of previous albums but I guess it'll have to do for this year. (But don't be fooled, the music is truly great this year). EDIT: I forgot to mention, this is a free album! Please don't donate money. If you feel like donating to a particular artist (or our mastering engineer, Zephyr), many of them have their own bandcamp pages set up. But wait, there's more! This year Peace7 submitted a fantastic synth-popish track called "Get Yo Aastumas". I didn't want to just stick this great track on the end of an ambient-ish album. That wouldn't be the best thing for the album, and it wouldn't be the best thing for Peace7's track. So we're doing a remix album based around this track. I'll make a thread in EKT soon with the track and the original stems, so we can all get remixing. EDIT: The thread's here
  7. It's taken forever, but the 'Video Game Boss Battle Themes' album is finally here! Free download at the following link: https://atavisticspasmrecords.bandcamp.com/album/beat-the-boss-remixes Here's a sampler for the album: And here's a Discogs page so you can add it to your collections: http://www.discogs.com/Various-Beat-The-Boss-Remixes/release/6941943 Thanks to all the artists who volunteered their time to make this excellent clutch of tracks. Extra-special thanks to WATMM's resident mastering engineer Zephyr Nova who did a great job giving the album cohesive levels! I know it's taken a while to come out, but I hope you'll all agree that the wait has been worth it! This is meant to be a free album: please do not pay anything (enter '$0' under 'Buy Now'). I only used the 'pay what you want' option because that way there is no download cap. Enjoy!
  8. My second release under the Cthulhu Detonator moniker has just been released on Null Religion. It's a limited run of 35 cassettes. It's noisy as fuck. Buy it here: http://nullreligion.blogspot.ca/p/catalog.html Hear a fragment of it here: Side A is a studio version of the piece I prepared for my first live show, which can be seen here: And Side B is a digitally manipulated mashup of choice bits from the live performance mixed in with deformed sound bytes of the studio recording. Each side is 20 minutes long, but the memories last a lifetime. :wtf: :wtf: :wtf:
  9. ...or just download it for free here: http://cthulhudetona...fernal-machines The music falls somewhere between Merzbow and GY!BE. It is perhaps atypical for the noise genre as it is quite structured and sometimes melodic/rhythmic, but I don't know what else to classify it is. It's in the spirit of noise music in any case. Hopefully some of you will enjoy it!
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