Here is a sort of music video for Fuchsia City, the first track I’ve finished in a long while. Stylistically it bears some resemblance to housey vapourwave. I hope at least somebody enjoys it. The video is a compilation of clips from Game Maker 8 testing different camera angles; I thought it might prove interesting.
My latest album is now available to purchase on Bandcamp!
All eleven tracks are available to buy, HQ and mastered, £1 each or £3 for the entire album.
Get ready to experience the third Distronaut compilation, ‘Cassette Roulette,’ currently available exclusively on my YouTube channel. This latest album features eleven original compositions.
The album will be available in other formats in the coming weeks. This YouTube release is something unique as it includes specially selected visual treats in the form of rare archive footage.
It’s a bit like when you find a box of used recordable VHS tapes with no labelling. Who knows what fascinating clips you’ll find?
01. Joy [00:11]
02. Ginglyform [03:30]
03. Nobody Big Enough [06:50]
04. Departure [11:02]
05. Virtual Biscuits (Away From Here) [15:50]
06. Cacoethes [20:20]
07. Soft Kill [23:30]
08. Sunset Shuffle [26:47]
09. Broken Dreams [28:44]
10. Toytown [32:00]
11. Tiny Trip [35:20]
A new Distronaut album is almost ready. Here’s one of the featured tracks, Virtual Biscuits, to stream on YouTube – complete with early ’80s driving footage in glorious 4:3 aspect ratio.
I’d like to share with you my latest release, Joy. Lend it your ears if you’re in the mood for some uplifting electronic soul with cut up vocal samples.
This one was an absolute pleasure to make. Support more music like this by following my SoundCloud stream.
For those of you looking to listen to old releases of mine that haven’t been available for some years, I’ve re-uploaded a selection of albums from 2007-2012 as YouTube longplays. Most of these have bonus tracks included, some of which have never actually been available. Much exclusive, such underground.
Use the player below to browse the entire playlist.
Evoke‘s trippy Happy Horizon gets a big and juicy facelift. Give it a listen!