I just released the contents of my 2004 EP, Holy Weak, on the Creative Commons music site Jamendo as well as on Bandcamp. This means it’s freely available for download, and can be embedded in websites, blogs and anywhere on the Net. Happy listening!
About Holy Weak
This EP was originally released in July of 2004 on a limited-run of independently burned CDRs and sold at live gigs.
Holy Weak is a 5-track EP mixing acid jazz, IDM, house, and breakbeats into a stew of music that is headphone candy. The music on this EP took one year to finish, was finished on Holy Week of 2004 and became my spiritual catharsis of sorts. It’s a combination of muzak and lush textured funkiness.
From the EP’s liner notes: “And I’ve finally been able to work past the initial emotional defensiveness to finish these sketches and release them to you. Not exactly in the hopes that you believe in what I believe, but in the hopes that you find your own creative endeavor which exorcises your personal pain.”
This EP was also released on QED Records (catalog number qd-4203) as a free download.
FILE UNDER:acid jazz, breakbeat, downtempo, electro, nu-jazz
DETAILS: 5 MP3s encoded at 128 kbps, 44.1khz, stereo.
DOWNLOAD: Get the entire album via Bandcamp (for the price of your email) | Or: Individual tracks after the jump
|Audio Files||128Kbps MP3|
|02- Fundamentalist Thinker|
|03- Beast Of Babylon|
|04- Intercession Of A Saint|
|05- Beast Of Babylon (darkdancer mix by Silverfilter)|
|COVER large||933.3 KB|