Monday, 31 August 2009

Ah, to be young and free and have a CD EP on

Downloads are OK, but hey! It's on CD! On! I'll order a bunch of them and put them in a corner and admire them for 10-12 hours. Daily.

Aerial And Trail EP on CD on

It's melodic! It's jazzy! It's ultra-expensive! (unfortunately, TuneCore and haven't worked out an EP deal yet, so it's priced as a full album, sorry. Obviously, you'd need to be really slow to buy it at this price, asshole*).

But it's also there, giving me joy and making me feel like a rock star. Yes, a rock star.

*how's that reverse psychology working?

Thursday, 20 August 2009

Half-Mute Irene

Some noise from my alternate, much noisier and much atonal-er (er...) project, Tristeza Orange.

Download here: Half-Mute Irene

Half-Mute Irene, Or: Elegies For Automated Sampler And Synthesizer three sections

Fragment 1: Power Lines (0:01-4:38 )
Fragment 2: Radiowaves Of Glory (4:39-6:59)
Fragment 3: Asphodels (7:00-10:07)

Monday, 17 August 2009

Q-Lat 3 and how I should have announced its release earlier.

A while ago, I wrote the music for a freeware game made by Piste Gamez called Q-Lat3. The game was recently released so you can get it here. It's pretty, it's sweet, it's addictive and it contains some rather charming music - not all of it was written by me, though. The title track and another track that plays during the game (the rockier one) were written by Janne Kivilahti, who also designed the game and did the graphics and SFX (and who is a great guy).


Here's a review in Italian. I don't know what it says. Possibly that I'm awesome.