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All proceeds from this 2-volume compilation go to support Tommy T.’s reptile rescue, which is awesome. I’m also excited about this one for another reason though, as it’s also the debut of a collaborative project with Mrs. Dink, which we’re calling Monica Devertebrae. Our track also features vocals by Ray Grieco of Genius Of Nefarious. The track is called “A Part of Them”, and appears on the second volume.
This compilation was organized by Ray Grieco from Genius Of Nefarious, and is made up of remixes, collaborations, and duets. Proceeds will go to benefit the reptile rescue run by Tommy T. Rapisardi of DSBP Records.
I’m very happy to be part of the lineup, and doubly excited because this will be the debut of a new collaborative project with Meagan J. of Pica/Mrs. Dink. Our project is called Monica Devertebre, the track we contributed is titled “A Part of Them”, and also features vocals by Ray Grieco (the Vessel of G.O.N.).
Here’s a trailer, with music from Genius Of Nefarious feat. Midian Dite:
Welcome to the latest episode of Monday Night Noise Sessions! Slightly late delivery again due to upload issues. This time around, I got my Android tablet in on the fun, with an app called Skrot that can do strange things to sounds that you record into it.
Includes my remix of “One Last Salute”, plus a bunch of other great remixes from artists such as Leæther Strip, Diverje, and Adoration Destroyed! Awesome stuff for sure. If you get the bandcamp version, you also get a bonus remix of “House Upon the Hill” by VantaNoir:
Welcome to the latest edition of Monday Night Noise Sessions! Most of the sounds in this one come from the hardware side of my setup. There is a drone from the K2000S which is mostly there to prop up the low end, while the Lunetta-style modular (plus an analog filter) is doing much of the rest.
Welcome to the latest edition of Monday Night Noise Sessions! This one links back to another post I made recently, in which I used databending to process a photo into glitch art, see Rorschach on Acid. The process involved converting the original image into raw data and importing it into Sound Forge for processing with audio effects.