A kLoKwErK kAoS: Brain Rot (the demo daze anthology)
Hey all, I have just released my giant sized 96 song anthology. As some of you know, I'm sometimes a recording artist, and this release is a really big deal for me as it represents the top choice pics of a six year period of my recording career, so it's kind of special to me.
I hope you guys dig it.
to be absolutely clear, yes it available for sale, no you do not have to buy it to hear and enjoy it, and I'm just here to share this giant accomplishment in my recording career in the hopes a few of you will dig it.
There are several options you have to hear it for free:
You can go to napster and they give you 25 free full length plays, but since it's 96 you can't hear all of them there, but I wouldn't recommend trying to listen to all of it at once because that's like 5.2 hours of music
you can go to itunes: They will let you play like a min and a half of each song, so you can get the gist of the opening of every track and see if you might like it.
All of the tracks are also available for free unlimited listing in the music section of my website in their original release format and cataloging.
I hope you guys like and feedback is always appreciated. Please note, I already am very clear that my music isn't for everyone, but if you end up listening to all of those tracks you'll see there is a whole lot of diversity and varied influences in the music from around the globe even though the general vibe of electronic is present.
Every track has a story too, so if you find one you like and are interested, just ask and I'll give you the inside scoop. I generally enjoy talking about my creations.
I'm expected to have my third international release later this year which will be an all new full length album called "The Thirteenth Hour.
Although I'm not trying to sell anyone (lord knows you can always steal music on the internet and have seen a few torrents circulating of my stuff on occasion) if you do like it, consider helping the artist keep the lights on Lord knows I'm a pirate too, but in all fairness each track works out to be less than the price of a gumball at the grocery store in the interest of keeping the music affordable and I do buy records of bands I actually really like so they can continue to make great music.
I hope you guys like. Please post comments, questions, impressions thoughts and photo shops of my head on absurd objects