All digital full album purchases will contribute to manufacturing the vinyl release, if proven successful (an estimate of 200 purchases to get things rolling), everyone who had bought the digital release will receive: a discount on a vinyl purchase and a limited edition gift along with it. The discount would cover the difference in price, most likely shipping costs.
After 5 years in the making, my 2nd full length is released, titled 'Smiles At The Glass Of Dawn' and supported by label Artificial Memories.
This album reflects my most sincere work to date. The title came to me in a lucid void dream, moments before an abrupt wake up. I had found myself in this space many times before, usually as melodies, empty of everything other then the creation itself, but it was the first time I had formed a message. The rest of the album has a similar approach, a reflection of peculiar experiences.
Angels Over Malta is dedicated to Rhys Celeste (Microlith), RIP.
With exception to one track, the album took root in June of 2012, the former was written exactly a year prior entirely on my home-made modular system. Over the years the album has been stripped of hundreds of tracks that did not make the cut.
supported by 4 fans who also own “Smiles At The Glass Of Dawn”
The machine can come. Machine come machine come.
This album's sonic pallet clashes in all the right ways. It's somewhat jarring at first, but the intricate steel guitar work and the delicate breaks (hold on, did i get those two adjectives mixed up?) all become one sum - making this album's shtick an interesting aural expansion to Aaron Funk's discography. Grinphox