My new album is out today: “Small Songs That My Samplers Sing”. It’s out via Phatventures. Find links here.
It’s a hip hop album that explores vibes of classic boom bap and funk, samples film noir, a movie which I think ranks among the best movies ever made, rare Japanese records…and a whole lot more. There’s also two tracks that see me get away from sampling, and they’re more instrument-based. Can you tell which one?
If you want to pick it up from Bandcamp and support my shit, please do – there’s tapes and digital available. Also streaming, if you don’t want to pay.
I thought that in a way maybe now is not the best time spam your shit or celebrate a birthday…but then again, things have to go on as usual, which at least to me is a consolation in a way.
Hope you like it, and thanks for all support. For the next 24 hours or so, Bandcamp is waiving its fees, so it’s a decent time to make a purchase if you’ve considered it.
Good news, Bandcamp friends! Just added a new Subscriber special track today…it’s a dark one. Just go to your Bandcamp account to get it if you’re subscribing to my BC. Waaay more subscriber-exclusive stuff coming 2020!
I was happy to do a remix for an artist called Sentierum. I’ve been doing audio engineering for his dope DNB tunes for a while, and he kindly asked me if I wanted to remix a tune of his that I liked. Get the EP here.
My downtempo remix of “Back Home Blues” as well as the original are out today via Samsara Beats.
Surprise track from 1998 out now! Rolling deep drum&bass.
This is immediately available to my Bandcamp subscribers: it is now on your collection. If you aren’t a subscriber yet, you can subscribe here.
Want to thank all those who subscribe. And there will be more! Oldies, tracks that aren’t fit on other releases, spesh one-offs…I’m also thinking of doing a “Subscriber album” and add tracks there now and (I have a LOT of unreleased music) and inform people when it’s updated.
This is from 1998…era of no plugins, no internet, no social media, or likes…just a man and his track software!I wasn’t that advanced 21 years ago but def did have a hunch of where I want to go.Quite minimal, and doesn’t even use that many samples.
Hope you like it! (That pic is from an early-2000s Knowledge interview)