This sure is some Dark Web Patterns bullshit. Am I saying “yes” to “send me email to confirm I just bought tickets to see George Clinton next week”, or “yes” to “subscribe me to TSA Pre-Check Except With An Extra Middleman email”? Ugh, Ticketmaster.
Also, I am going to go see George Clinton next week! He’s like a thousand years old now, this should be super rad!
So it's looking like the toot-lab will be down for a few days pending some hardware shipments - if you're desperate to get a fix of my bullshit until then, my non-musical bullshit will be happening over at my previously low-profile account at @sundog
Hello! New here and looking forward to getting involved. I'll say hi by sharing my all-time fave record, the self-titled 12" by Psi Com (pre-fame Perry Farrell) - total goth-rock masterpiece! Hope you enjoy https://youtu.be/f4mWuIUC3Tk
I'd like to welcome indie label @sistercylinder to the Club!
Happy to welcome @Flitzpiepeee to the Club!
Preview of my upcoming album. Out on the 1st of December on gUtter cvnt.
Hoping you'll like it!
A little article I wrote some time ago about principles that help me for my music.
How I write music by Stéphane Jeannin https://link.medium.com/MUaCwo3OkR
A rainy Thursday afternoon and a new member - welcome @icoste to the Club!
Are The KLF about to unearth (fnord) their lost/unfinished metal album The Black Room?
New Infinite Works: an internet radio station broadcasting generative music, by William Doyle (formerly of East India Youth):
A quick review of "isolated incidents" by eternal state machine
First listen through review of the latest release from endless state machine, their EP titled "isolated incidents", released today:
The title track made me sit up and pay more attention from the jump with a bright yet crunchy guitar that leapt from my headphones into my earholes. It kept me my attention throughout.
"Hope" is hope. Very much my vibe. Added to my mega-shuffle playlist so it will come up during my random listening sessions.
"0013" I'm going to need more time to process. Makes me feel stealthy in a good way.
"Mellow" is deceptive, as mellowness often is. This is not the lifeless, energy-drained mellow sound of the soft rock crew. This is a vibrant mellow chock full of potential energy just below the surface.
"To Be Determined" didn't end up going anywhere I expected it to from one of moment to the next, in good ways. As labeled.
Overall, another solid release from endless state machine that I'm happy to have added to my library. They're top notch - if you're not following @tom you should be.
Then go buy their EP: