New track: “River”

I’m very productive at the moment. Last week I’ve finished a track called “Dance With Somebody” for my Alter Ego Graham Loop and now I’ve finished another new track! It’s called “River” and you can listen to it on YouTube. For the first time I’ve uploaded a track to amuse.io, which is some kind of virtual record label. They have an app, where you can upload your music and your artwork and they publish it on Spotify, iTunes,… FOR FREE! And if they think the music could be a commercial success, they give you a record deal. Sounds like an interesting concept. I wanted to try this app and so I wrote “River”, which is now waiting for its approval. Let’s what will happen.

Instant Download for Patrons

But until they upload it to the stores, you can download the track from my Patreon-Page. It’s “Patrons only”, so if you join me on Patreon, you will get this track.

And you can watch the video with the music in it on YouTube. Hope you like it! 🙂

Techno-Video: “Spending My Time”

Okay, it’s 3 months old, but this News-Section is new so have to fill it. And that’s where my “new” video comes in: I’ve created an experimental techno-track called “Spending My Time” last december. It’s based on a sample from swedish Pop-Band “Roxette”. But don’t worry if you can’t hear it in the track: “Spending My Time” is only BASED on this sample, but the sample isn’t in the track.

I used the fantastic “Flesh” by Tim Exile in this track. Most of the work was done with “Flesh”. A very inspiring tool! If you thought about buying it: I can only recommend it! I had a lot of fun writing this track with it.

Experimental Techno

“Spending My Time” is a Techno-Track: Very Four-To-The-Floor, absolutely danceable and very catchy. If you heard it once, you won’t forget it. It starts very minimal and evolves over the time. The visuals, I used in the video, are from the fantastic Beeple. I really love his work! You should visit him at http://www.beeple-crap.com.

“Spending My Time” is available on iTunes, Spotify and all the other platforms – and of course on YouTube. And here it is: