and he released a third one on Bandcamp today as well, though I’m still digesting these two.
I’m nore quite sure how many of these are back catalogue releases and which are new, some of the other Sense bandcamp releases are making the back catalogue available again.
The Inescapable Decay of My Heart (Instrumentals)
A more stripped down version of Yagya’s great “pop dubno” album.
Ambient Compilation release from Melbourne label Cyan Music, featuring Steve Law, amongst others:
Digital music distribution has reached a pretty good state now, with quality FLAC or WAV online versions of most new music releases being available at the same time as the CD, or even sometimes being the only format smaller releases are using. Since making all these speakers and amps is mostly for the music we play through it, here are some releases of note.. (though maybe not always flac download releases, or even sticking to electronic music). Called “Do Yourself A Favour” as a tribute to Countdown and Molly Meldrum.
New release from G3D9 aka Scott Guyver3 as we knew him in the old Clan Analogue days.
Nice meat and potatoes minimal techno, well fitted to the excellent local Melbourne MACHINE label sound.
Bandcamp page to get at the goodies:
Also available at a bunch of other places, but I prefer Bandcamp for the nice crispy flacs:
Unfortunately I couldnt make it to the launch party, but there is a live set recording available here:
More a polished demo than a fully realised release, but I thought it worthwhile making these experiments with guitar and timestretch software available as a releaseon bandcamp.com:
for free one week after release.. then I’ll put a token cost for them.
Bitcoin denominated purchase links coming soon.