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wow, thanks again! Someone asked me if I could make some art for them after I posted this on a facebook group, so I may actually start offering that service, if anyone wants some album art :D

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I like it. Agreed that the cover art is very snazzy, I guess it's kind of Blade Runner-ish.

Your music usually has a prog vibe, I like how different this is. Sounds a bit like stuff I have heard on big club sound systems in Seattle, it blows my mind that this is nanoloop

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wow, thanks again! Someone asked me if I could make some art for them after I posted this on a facebook group, so I may actually start offering that service, if anyone wants some album art :D

 

Fantastic man! When im back on my feet with funds, I'd definitely be interested in hiring you on for a project (:

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thanks guys!

 

you need to do more of this. this has potential. would you consider forwarding this stuff to any labels?

yeah, I've considered it, but I don't know of any labels who are small enough to put my stuff out. I've sent to a few, including some chip labels, but haven't had any replies. I guess I'm too chippy for minimal tech labels and not obviously chippy enough for chip labels..?

 

in fact, my original idea was to only release 0F.digital music if a label wanted to release it. However, with weekly beats came the desire to just get my stuff out there, and for free for those who don't want to/can't pay. Plus, I think it's just getting obvious that I don't really belong on a label anyway, the only reason I'd want to be on a label would be for exposure or to release a record or something.. but I think there may not really be a big enough market for the stuff that I'm writing.

 

regardless, I'm just gonna keep pumping this stuff out until I'm bored with it. As long as I can get the chance to play this stuff at shows with good systems every now and then, I'll be happy.

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been digging this alot !!

also really enjoyed the nanodisco album (which is worth checking if you are enjoying this ep) but the pacing of this ep (for me!!!) is a a tad more poifect and well suited to the style of the tunes. 8^) 8^)

 

also, agreeing with the "more pls" comments.

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thanks guys! More coming soon, maybe even in the next few days, as I have a few videos to create for someone, and the tracks in those videos could possibly end up on a release :D

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I covered Ministry for a crazy series of compilations putting covers together from every album from With Sympathy to Filth Pig. Here's my first cover, made using nanoloop 2.7.8 and vocals.

 

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I covered Ministry for a crazy series of compilations putting covers together from every album from With Sympathy to Filth Pig. Here's my first cover, made using nanoloop 2.7.8 and vocals.

 

 

Awesome.

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