One year ago today I self-released Music for the DMV (and in celebration, it’s discounted on Bandcamp to $3 til the end of August!). I’ve had a lot of great response to the album. I decided to do a little recap of what the past year has looked like in terms of promoting the album. I’ve embedded an image of the report below, or you can download as a PDF here.
Tomorrow is the release day for ShopLand World, a compilation album of music written for a Discovery Park of Miniature Supermarkets on Strategic Tape Reserve’s label. COUNTERZINE has a sneak preview and review of the album up, with these generous words to say about my submission “What Penumbras:”
a frantic but industrious piece that captures the childhood nostalgia of beelining from megastore to megastore in the quickest, most efficient way possible so as to experience as many wares as possible before die Ausgangssperre. A sure-to-be favorite for fans of the practical aspects of tiny supermarkets: smaller stores means more stores and less distance between each one, a prime selling point of ShopLand this track expertly communicates.
Preview all 25 tracks on COUNTERZINE today, and get your pocketbooks ready for the beautifully designed cassette tapes that will be on sale tomorrow!
Sunday July 28, I’ll be joining forces again with Maison Blanche for a gig at Sidney’s Saloon in New Orleans along with Remy Cosmo. I’ll start the show off at 7pm and cover is $5. Join us for a night of beats with great drinks!