Monday, 2 March 2009

Until Forever EP released



Its here...my six track EP "Until Forever" is released on Warm Data today.

All the tracks are made from my homegrown/hacked/modded/circuitbent machines rescued from charity shops, bins, skips and car boot sales or some feature handbuilt electronic instruments. My labelboss describes it as a "Six track E.P of wonderfully wonky electronic soul music".

I've released videos for the first three tracks...here they are...

This opening track features a string type sound I love thats from a circuit bent yamaha pss6, the video is made by bouncing a laser pointer of a fragment of a cd stuck to a speaker driver thats having the audio track played through it.


Concretedog Bifurcation, Until Forever EP track1 from concretedog on Vimeo.


This track has a lot of circuit bent tr505 and a lot of my yamaha qy10 on it. The video is made entirely of jpegs of the display on a ciruit bent computer toy I hacked a couple of years ago...this video was an epic of editing as each image was placed on the timeline individually!



Concretedog Salient Otto, Until Forever EP track 2 from concretedog on Vimeo.


My labelboss at Warm Data decided he wanted to do a video to this track when he heard it...I love the results on this the title track for the EP.


Concretedog Until Forever, Until Forever EP track 3 from concretedog on Vimeo.


As for the other 3 tracks (and these) they are all available for preview (and purchase of course!) at the following places

Warm Data on Digital Tunes


Warm Data on Peoples Music Store

Hope you enjoy!

6 comments:

Das Punkt said...

I'm serious impressed by your music, and your video's. Keep up the good work!

And I saw some music from you on SoundCloud at the account of warmdata. I started to follow that account.

Greetings from Amsterdam.

I came here via Palm Sounds by the way.

concretedog said...

Thanks Das Punkt thats a really nice comment there. Glad to hear you are following Warm Data on soundcloud.

Warm greetings back from the mountain of North Wales!

Leon said...

Marvellous. Good to hear the heart of the avant-garde is pumping in North Wales.

My favourites are Broken Mantra and Nagualism.

Have you heard Stuart Maconie's show on BBC 6Music - maybe send to him? And Resonance Radio also has pretty good diverse programming too.

smiker said...

the discography button on warm is not working for you, bud.

Draal said...

Really great tracks, concrete! The visuals are top notch too. Looking forward to future tracks!

concretedog said...

Cheers mr Draal.