Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Check it out, two releases whose album titles and track names are too big to fit in their players. Kinda like the concepts and ideas spilling out of my brain that spewed fourth The Peach Tree's 16th FREE Creative Commons release.
With the hefty title of "Failure playing Art in the dress rehearsal for The Apocalypse", this 12 track concept album deals with, well, shitloads of stuff. Already described as my best work yet - only a few days after I posted it - this album is sufficiently thought provoking and mindfucking enough to Launch The Label With!
This label was always gonna be an avenue to promote my own music, but there are two players up there ^^^^ and the other just happens to be for Tribal Dancing Kid's first signed artist, Nezumi, with his enigmatic, entrancing and absolutely otherworldly album "The principle of relative constancy in metamorphoses". Yet again, its sheer heftiness of brain candy is barely contained within the margins of this blog.
Nezumi is a Polish ambient sound-sculptor who, most probably intentionally, yet with the accidental accuracy of intuition, will open your third eye with his music. And you wouldn't be reading this post if you didn't totally dig that. I am proud to have Nezumi on board beside my solo project The Peach Tree as Tribal Dancing Kid Productions' first tentative steps into the world of The Unknown Future.
Nezumi's album, which you can listen to in the player above, can be downloaded from Bandcamp and is also available as an absolutely gorgeous printed physical CD, which you can order from the same location.
The Peach Tree's latest genre-blurring skullfeast is also available from Bandcamp yet since it's free it can also be legally bit-torrented with plenty of seeds, making for a fast download.
Nezumi's album comes with a small price tag and we all know: no one pays for music anymore but just in case you feel a hard working artist deserves a bit of dough or you want to be able to cherish forever his latest release in physical format, or perhaps want to help a fledgling label like this one stand on its own two feet, the lightening of your pockets will enrich the soil of my soul and make me feel that what I'm attempting here is worth it.
I'm attempting to give a voice to the strange. Please listen, lest these brave voices be drowned out by the hum of banality.
Both albums can be found at Last.FM too:
The Peach Tree - "Failure playing Art" @ Last.FM
Nezumi - "The Principle" @ Last.FM
I've let the Tribal Dancing Kid buzz slowly stew on a low simmer and I've just turned up the heat a notch. It's game on, and these are two releases you don't want to miss out on.
Don't forget to like the Facebook Page for Tribal Dancing Kid next time you're procrastinating, and here's To Infinity And Beyond!!!