What a way to start the new year!
2 releases in January. Officially release is Feb (Bandcamp Friday) for anyone wanting to purchases the tape or digital downloads. But for me and the show, it's 2 releases in January!!!!!!
To say we're stoked is an understatement and big ups to Ingrown Records for sharing in the goodness
Designer and presenter for Prrk Industries, an online research platform for electronic sound experiments, circuit bending and sonic exploration, encouraging DIY building and modifying of devices and the repurposing of discarded media and products.
Last season I demo'ed glitchy sample packs mixed with Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart remixes. (it made sense at the time - and still does).
I like sample packs that have a strong personality. If I wanted my own sounds I'd make my own sounds and I do. But when I use sample packs that have personality , it feel more like a colloborartion and I like that. I like to imagine how the creator made the sounds. What were they thinking? , how different is my context? What can I learn?
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Next up for Ingrown is cool person's grown person. I've been a huge fan of their label (Permanent Nostalgia) and musical output for several years, so this is an absolute dream come true. Art and layout by Tony Lien (Dere Moans and @badcakerecords). February 5th, Bandcamp Friday! pic.twitter.com/WFYgx5W0TF— Ingrown Records (@Ingrown_Records) December 22, 2020
In anticipation of a bela Salt for the Hybrid Eurorack Modular we've started, I dug up the unfinished TRumBela project and cleared some space for some DIY over the next few months. I embedded two usb adapters to the casing to allow the internals get connected to laptop or midi controller without cables protruding from a drilled hole. I'll solder a few knobs today to make sure everything still works and then complete the project a little bit each day.
I would like to officially announce our next two tape releases to invite more support. First up is Avenoir from @CityOfDawn. Described as ambient mallsoft, it's one of the most relaxing and emotionally moving meditative works I have ever had the pleasure of experiencing. Bliss! pic.twitter.com/hStKn2D6kY— Ingrown Records (@Ingrown_Records) December 19, 2020