(art by Lonekink)
Hell + yeah.
F00k + yeah.
Fuxx + yeah.
(you get the idea!)
My second EP for 2012 is out.
If you wish to go listen to it right away (and maybe even buy it if you’re into it), steer your funky web ship to the Bandcamp page.
Fanu remix of The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble’s “XTabay” is out now.
It’s part of a 5-track EP that was released to celebrate TKDE’s new tour.
You can grab the EP at a cheap price here: http://shop.tkde.net/album/xtabay
This EP is a “pay-what-you-want” type of release, which I haven’t done before, and I’m curious to find out how it’ll do.
I’m not saying it’s a “please-don’t-pay-me-anything” type of release, but you’re not obliged to pay anything: you’re free to download it, of course.
Also, as some people who downloaded the free albums said “I gladly would’ve paid you for these free albums” when I gave them out, now is your chance.
However, if you don’t find the EP good enough or if you’re a bit low on the cashmunny, hey, no blaming fingers will be pointed at anyone.
But share the music at least, please.
To get the EP, surf your funky web ship to Bandcamp.
Also, if you wish, grab a coffee-themed Lightless desktop picture pack by clicking here; it’s done by the ever-so-amazing Mark Tarnashinsky.
Here it is: the Fanu remix of Amon Tobin’s “Journeyman”.
Released on the huge box set on Ninja Tune.
The Amon Tobin boxset is a strictly limited edition release and will come in the form of a beautiful high quality bolt fastened mechanical ‘press’.
Packed inside are 6 x 10″ vinyl, 7 x CD, 2 x DVD and several posters.
Most of the material is unreleased, almost none of it has ever been available on a physical format before.
It includes new music, unreleased dub plates and a wealth of archive material, Amon Tobin’s earliest audio experiments (never been played in public before), film and television score work, unreleased score work, deleted bootlegs, ISAM live show DVD, ISAM live audio album, remixes, cover versions and re-interpretations of the ISAM album, remixes Amon has produced for others, a recording of the (November 2010) Royal Albert Hall orchestrations of Amon Tobin and more…
Get the box set from the Ninja Shop.