Free Music Friday: Rupert Lally & Espen J Jörgensen created the soundtrack for the zombie strategy game, Rebuild: Gangs of Deadsville, described as Sim City meets The Walking Dead.
The soundtrack, embedded above, is available using a ‘name your own price’ model at Bandcamp.
Here’s what they have to say about the score: Continue reading
Free Music Friday: Compilation 2014, embedded above, is a collection of tracks created by members for the French site synthe-modulaire.com. Continue reading
Free Music Friday: This is the music video for ANGLE’s Trigger Riot. Continue reading
Free Music Friday: This video, via Future Music Magazine, takes a look at the touring rig of producer/composer Martin Dubka.
Dubka offers a tour around his custom modular synth, which is tailored to his improvised live show. Continue reading
The Radio Dogma podcast features the latest discoveries and favorite tracks from British electronic group, The Black Dog.
Episode 3 Notes:
We’re starting to settle in a bit more now, it’s still surprisingly nerve racking but very enjoyable. Here’s the latest version of Radio Dogma.
If you want to send us tracks you can get stuff to us via this link: http://soundcloud.com/the-black-dog/dropbox
Hope you enjoy the show.
You can play the podcast or download it via the embed below: Continue reading
OP-1 Xmas is a collection of ‘switched on’ Christmas music, created by Teenage Engineering OP-1 synthesizer users.
It’s a free download, via the embed above or via SoundCloud. Continue reading
Scanner covers White Christmas, and rather than coming up with something that might send the kids running scared, he’s gone for joyful and haunting.
Possible Worlds Volume Two is a free album that explores the world of contemporary microtonal/xenharmonic music and sound art from around the world. Continue reading