I’m at https://esem.bandcamp.com .
Have just released a remastered version of my first album - “Enveloped”. Hope to have all my music in one place one day. Why is finding time and energy so hard : /
I don’t think I’ve mentioned it on this thread, but a couple friends and I started a loose collective of improvisational electronic music. Pure synthesis only. The Free Electronic Association of Louisville. I’d like to think our crowning achievement is our guiding principles
Our three public performance are on SC:
Our edited private performances are on BC:
Some places to find my various music –
Current solo electronic music as New Tendencies:
Current post-punk band, Several Futures:
Unfinished/experiments/singles/noodling as New Tendencies:
Older music in various forms:
here is me
i look forward to digging through this thread
Top is my band’s most recent album, post-punk/shoe gaze kind of stuff. The second is my first release under my own name, it’s a compilation of tracks I used for my college portfolios for Oberlin conservatory and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (this one is definitely far more experimental).
Btw. thanks for starting this thread… having all the profiles neatly listed here is quite useful, since so many people on this forum make really great music!
My SoundCloud page basically serves as a ‘sketchbook’ and a place to put Disquiet/etc tracks:
There’s also a (somewhat) neglected bandcamp site with four releases on it so far (should probably throw a few more existing things on that):
I also managed to get several releases on Spotify/iTunes/Pandora last year, so folks can always look there if they like.
(I’ve set the bandcamp releases to “pay if/what you like”).
https://soundcloud.com/noisefuel/tracks old project, analog samples almost everywhere, pure data quite present, there is also a completely analog liveset based around my custom made matrix mixer
https://soundcloud.com/vv01dd/tracks experimental dub-techno project, beat driven, basically a Korg esx1 sampler/sequencer and various korg synths, lotsa overdubs and eq and multiband compression
all Creative Commons licenced.
the music is very eclectic. from ambient drones, via noise, sound-art, to dancefloor-oriented stuff.
my noisy/footworking soundcloud
all in one take, live mixed with no further effects other than a bit of reverb.
that’s my dwelling. take a look if you like….
and further options available here. deeper insights so to say.
here is an album derived from a film score I did last year.
and here is a pre-order page for an upcoming LP/Book.
music by myself + taylor deupree and photos by ester volpon
Music I put out on my own label, lots more forthcoming on other labels this year woohoo
finding some really nice sounds here, great thread!
my soundcloud page is here:
last summer i began a sound journal documenting my work with fender rhodes and processing (pedals, modular, etc.) on a regular basis. that can be found here:
Wow, really dig those Future German Olympics tracks! Nice beats, groovy grooves, and well executed synth textures. Great work.
Divine sounds here, Marcus. Nice work. The stage is set. IT’s really stripped back. You can tell you really took the time to strip it back to the essentials. It reminds me a bit of Benoit Pioulard–I get that same feeling of “what is this sound? Where does it begin and where does it end?” Nice work!
I posted this in the Cassette releases thread, but I figure it belongs here as well:
We launched our Vancouver-based experimental music tape label, NEWBODYALLIANCE, about a month ago. Currently we have three releases by three very different artists (including myself, on NBA003).
Check it out: