Free Music Friday: Moby shared his remix of iamamiwhoami’s y.
Here’s what he has to say about it: Continue reading
Here’s a belated Free Music Friday post: Ambient/atmospheric artist Daniel Davis (who has released previously under the moniker Carl Sagan’s Ghost) has a new album out, That Old Highway. Continue reading
Free Music Friday: Wootson, a reader from The Netherlands, has shared several tracks.
Here’s Melkweg, a dark ambient track that he says “will take you far into the depths of the Milky Way’. It’s available for ‘name your price’ at Bandcamp. Continue reading
Free Music Friday: Ambient electronic music composer Steve Roach has released a track, Today, as a ‘name your price’ BandCamp download.
Steve Roach has dedicated over three decades of his life to exploring electronic soundworlds, documented via dozens of albums.
Here’s what Roach has to say about the track: Continue reading
Free Music Friday: Reader Silvia Alonso Pérez, aka PSGirl, has released her album, Notes On Dystopia, as a ‘name your price’ download at BandCamp.
Notes On Dystopia features ten tracks inspired by science fiction, physics, retro video games and cyberpunk concepts. Continue reading
Reader Rupert Lally shared with us a new suite of electronic music, that was inspired by early experimental electronic albums, Vangelis’ Blade Runner OST and Boards Of Canada.
The music, Postcards From A Used Future, is a collaboration between Lally and Norwegian electronic artist and filmmaker, Espen J. Jörgensen. It was composed for CiTR radio in Canada’s 24 Hours of Radio Art. Continue reading
Reader Adam Burucs, aka Adam Firegate, has a new free EP, The Universal Bullet.
The music features ‘epic pianos, gorgeous synth melodies and heavy breakbeats’. You can download the tracks via the embed above or at his SoundCloud site.
Reader Marc Aubele let us know about a free download, Pocket of Gold, from his band, Nanu Nanu.
Nanu Nanu – made up of Glitterface (Laura Sheeran), Mirrorman (Marc Aubele) and drummer Rocky D – describe their music as ‘alien synth pop’. Continue reading