Looking for a house music album download? Haven’t danced in a while and itching for something to groove to? Then this one’s for you.
Presenting my fourth full-length studio album entitled QUATTUOR IN PAVIMENTUM, which is Latin for “four on the floor.”
ABOUT THE ALBUM
This album is built for dancing. All six tracks are house music tunes with the trademark four-to-the-floor kick drums, but on top of the beats you’ll find: symphonic strings, melodramatic melodies, ethnic vocal chants, robotic voices, electro boogaloo, and all sorts of acid jazz elements designed to make you feel all tingly and groovy inside.
It’s “Pay what you can,” so pay whatever amount you want for it. Or if you’re broke, get it for free now and come back another day when your paycheck rolls in. As one friend pointed out, it’s “Buy now, pay later.” I want you to download it and I don’t want a dollar amount to stop you from enjoying the music. So, help yourself!
What does this music sound like? A little bit of disco. A lot of house. And a boatload of ethnic electronic flavors, which I like to call ethnotronica.
Imagine Beats Antique, Jazzanova, Ken Ishii, and Deep Forest getting together as a supergroup to make disco music in a tropical jungle using musical phrases by Orbital and running Propellerheads Reasonon on BT’s stolen laptop.
All music and programming by Lionel Valdelon (Acid42).
Cover image is courtesy of John Lester on Flickr.
I’d love to get your feedback on the album if you have the time. Hit the comments below and tell me what you think.