Here goes my yearly musical roundup. Slightly earlier than usual, cause I'll be too busy throughout the holidays.
While tying the ends of these 37 tracks I was a bit unsure if I should split this in two or not or if I can get something not-too-schizophrenic out of the short list at all, but I think everything sits quite right. Enjoy that shit!
New mix to get lost with.
My latest mix, for partly cloudy and very slow Easter Sundays. I like to pretend I'm a radio DJ when no one's looking.
The more analogue-and-string-instruments-utilizing tracks of the year.
I went through a quick tutorial for the Unity Game Engine yesterday and tweaked it today resulting in this neat demo.
Unfortunately you'd need to install some web player to run it in your browser, but if you're into it check out the web version. Otherwise if your machine runs on Linux, download here, Windows x64 users look here.
Hot damn, it's him again!! Don't sleep!
A friend of mine started this ambient music series some years ago and I'll add two hours of sounds for glaciologists, parking attendants, diamond cutters, bird watchers, museum custodians and average citizens to it.
I finally finished working on my EP. I couldn't really say what kind of music it became, just give it a try. Put on your headphones if they're in reach.
Peep this, shit's deep like Alvin!
I've had my sampler for over a year now and put some thirty beats together using nothing but the machine itself. These are my favourites distilled into half an hour. Sadly I don't know if this'll ever make it to actual tape, but I don't want it fading on my hard drive, either, so here you go.
summer days 2012
summer nights 2012
The darker tracks I stuck together for 2013.
The first couple of tracks I stuck together for 2013.
My favourite tracks from 2012