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Pandora

I am honored to announce that Collection One has been accepted for addition to the Music Genome Project and rotation on Pandora. It’ll take a few weeks, but I’ll be sure to signal once I’m in the system.

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Interesting Things

Having found both of these items particularly interesting, I thought I’d share them with you.

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I’m living in Geneva now.

More soon.

Show in Houston, More Tracks To Enjoy

I’m going to be performing Thursday, March 31 at Khon’s Bar here in Houston.  I’ll play a long set with tracks from Collection One and my upcoming release, planned for later this year.  Also, if you head over to my profile on SoundCloud, you can listen to my debut release in its entirety, as well as download three of the tracks (look for the little down-arrows).

Enjoy!

(Anaximander)

Debut Release, More To Come

I’m very happy to announce that my first release, Collection One: Somewhat Overlain Sketches, is now available on iTunes and Amazon MP3. (It’s cheaper on Amazon, and I get about the same amount of money for it.)  It will be available in most of the other online stores in the coming weeks as well.

The collection is composed of selected tracks from all my recorded experimenting and improvising in the past year.  These were edited down to concise compositions, and vocals were added to five of them. I used a computer as little as possible in the production of these recordings, as the experiments were centered around live, real-time performance with real gear and instruments.  This is how my live shows will be, accompanied by projection of my various video projects and experiments. I am in the process of getting some shows booked in the Houston area, so stay tuned for that announcement, a video and some new mp3 downloads very soon.

Listen

I added two preview tracks for you to enjoy.

(Anaximander)

Hello world.

I am in the final mixing/mastering phase of my first release, Collection One: Somewhat Overlain Sketches.  It will be available online very soon.  There is much more to come.

(Anaximander)