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I have someone that desired a CD printing of up to 300 (4 panel digipak). Does anyone have a service they use/recommend? I will probably be doing the layout/design work from photo's by the artist.
Thanks for the input!
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GALACTIC TRAVELS ON WDIY
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Tonight at 11 pm EST/GMT-5 on Galactic Travels, I'll begin a month-long Special Focus on Jeff Greinke. The Featured CD at Midnight will be "Wide View" on Hypnos Records. The Special Focus page is at…
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FoxNet News Service is published weekly with my musical activities.
Added by Bill Fox on March 5, 2015 at 5:54am — No Comments
JKN, this feature is for you.......and all the other ambient beat lovers.
Greet and meet the sonic, spacey, and groove based ambiance of Neil Butler from the South West UK. His music is not only organic/earthy, but cosmic as well with attractive beats that do not steal the lime-light from the rest of the compositions. The two albums below are his latest releases which I find to be his best, at least at first glance/listen.…
The Soft Machine
My latest album based on books written by a massive influence on me and my music William S Burroughs. It’s now available on my Bandcamp Page here:
Tracks are as follows:
Port of Saints
The Adding Machine
The Place of Dead Roads
The Soft Machine
Added by Ivan Black on March 4, 2015 at 7:56am — No Comments
at alonetone.com lenten cross 1 for listening:
Added by Fabio Keiner on March 4, 2015 at 6:45am — No Comments
I hope you can find the time to take a listen!
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‘Opaline’ and ‘IRIS’ new Igneous Flame dual album release
'Opaline' and 'IRIS' arose out of the same pool of material. On completion of the project, I realised that there was a distinction between the tracks that featured sections of percussion and 'formal' instrumentation, interspersed with more abstract tonal textures and those that were more continuous and beat-less. Hence the two separate albums.' …
Much gratitude to John Shanahan (Hypnagogue) for his enthusiastic review of my Divinations album, and to Brian at Our Place Radio for featuring the album on Feb. 25. Reaching such kindred spirits makes releasing the music all the more rewarding!
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Edit from John K-N - I can't get embeds to work at the moment - apologies to James! - click here:Continue
Added by James Shain on March 2, 2015 at 3:30pm — No Comments
What's been playing lately?
It's all Mr. Roach this time, as I finally got to make the pilgrimage to Tucson to imbibe the Live Event, Feb. 13-14. Report to follow but, in brief, if you haven't experienced Steve live, in the moment, you're seriously missing out. He's already booked three shows next Feb. at the same venue, Solar Culture, as well as the Gathering, Sep. 12 in Philadelphia. Be there, or be a four-sided…Continue
I have been eyeing Dave Smith instruments recently and came across this....great sounding synth and especially in Roberts hands
This week (3/4) is the final show for Nightscaping Radio, and for this special extra-long "With A Little Help From My Friends" edition I’ll be paying tribute specifically to the various artists I’ve gotten to know over the years, and will be playing tracks by (in alphabetical order!): Altocumulus, Altus,…Continue
ambient soundscapes for the ghosttown san lazaro in microtonality
Added by Fabio Keiner on March 1, 2015 at 7:54pm — No Comments
Hello. Here are a couple of new excerpts of long form tracks that will probably be released later this year, a lesson in opposites so-to-speak. http://soundcloud.com/sklawlor/ethereal-ambience
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Just put together a mix of a few of my favorite ambient releases from the past year, featuring a several rM friends & family!
(not sure if the embedded player is working here, but you can click the links below to listen to the mix on Mixcloud)…Continue