November 30, 2013
Headaches, headaches.. but now it all sounds a bit cleaner than before.
November 3, 2013
Mixing things up...
October 12, 2013
It's coming. I wonder how typical is this emotional/perceptional roller coaster I fall into each time
I'm on the last stage of production. One day it all sounds right and clean, and the other day it
begs for more adjustments, and it used to confuse and heavily demotivate me before I found
a way to deal with it, and demotivational factor has been suppressed but I still have moments
when I'm not sure if a track is balanced to its optimum. I've made too many mistakes with my
earlier albums so I'm extra cautious not to repeat any of them anymore.
July 16, 2013
Drafting, writing, editing, re-editing, erasing (a lot!), mixing things up and enjoying the process.
After the last show I played at Public Assembly back in March I decided to take a short break from
gigs and put some effort into extending and spicing up my Disengaged 2013 live set, so that's
what I've been working on and despite the moments of occasional confusion I'm now pretty much
happy about how the new material comes along. I've got a few new ones coming (Alu, Voyager,
Atalante, Nexus, and Flower Child), as well as the remixes on Abyss, Colors In Motion, Jade Blue
Afterglow, In Spirals, and Amyland. If things go as planned I'll be back with the new live set some
time in August.
In the meantime, Kelly Schroer is hosting ArtJam 5 session featuring Eric Shows and Carter Mitchell
this coming Saturday, June 8, at Platform (496 Broadway, Brooklyn). The show is free and
everybody's welcome to stop by and check it out. It's 8 - 11 pm.
ArtJam 5 page on Facebook
ArtJam official website
March 1, 2013
If you are in Brooklyn this Saturday night stop by PLATFORM: 496 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211 and check out Kelly Schroer's Art Jam 4 featuring the premiere of re(p)l(a)y, a performance and installation by Tricot, a collaboration between Merche Blasco and Thessia Machado.
It's free and it's awesome!
Check the Facebook page for details.
See you there.
January 31, 2013
Huge thanks to The Deep Pink, Melody Joy and BoomTimesYo for putting on solid sets last night
Come see The Deep Pink @Cameo Gallery on Saturday, February 16, with Dynasty Electric and Lexelle (Facebook event page here)
January 21, 2013
Superexcited to play with The Deep Pink, Melody Joy and BoomTimesYo @Matchless
(557 Manhattan ave., Greenpont, Brooklyn) on January 30, 2013.
8 pm BoomTimesYo
9 pm The Deep Pink
10 pm Melody Joy
11 pm Lanes
Join the Facebook event page here or don't join anything and just come.
December 12, 2012
Cameo Gallery live set
Friday, Dec 7, 2012
December 4, 2012
Facebook event page here
Cameo's page here
1. East Coast
5. Noctilucent (inspired by Liz Nielsen's "Egg Galaxy")
6. Hysterical Sobriety
November 18, 2012
Huge thank you to Kelly Schroer and James Holland for making ART JAM 3 possible and for being super supportive, resourceful and simply awesome in every imaginable sense.
Huge thank you to Liz Nielsen for sharing her beautiful beautiful art works with us and for being a total pleasure to work with.
Huge thank you to Lina for doing a super DJ job and exposing us to her exquisite taste in music.
Huge thank you to Nick for doing his absolute best with The Mothership installation.
It wouldn't be a blast without you guys. You all rock my world.
November 9, 2012
ART JAM 3: November 17, 2012 8 pm
@Platform 496 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211
If you'd like an invitation shoot me a message on Facebook.
All details about the event here
October 24 , 2012
I'll be taking part in Kelly Schroer's Art Jam project @Platform on November 17.
August 19, 2012
Finishing material for the live set/new album, both coming this fall.
July 26 , 2012
Just came across this clever post by Carl King (a.k.a. Sir Millard Mulch a.k.a. Dr. Zoltan Obelisk).
It's called " 10 Myths About Introverts " and is based on a book
" The Introvert Advantage (How To Thrive in an Extrovert World) " by Marti Laney.
Being a typical case of the book's subject I'm pretty much familiar with a range of
misconceptions commonly projected toward introverts, and although I personally find most of those prejudices more amusing than offensive, I still thought this post might be of interest to you because it can either help you understand your own eccentricities or give you a good insight on what makes some of your friends tick (and how to treat them accordingly).
Here is the list in case if you'd like to read it here (for original post and book click on the titles above):
Myth #1 – Introverts don't like to talk.
This is not true. Introverts just don't talk unless they have something to say. They hate small talk. Get an introvert talking about something they are interested in, and they won't shut up for days.
Myth #2 – Introverts are shy.
Shyness has nothing to do with being an Introvert. Introverts are not necessarily afraid of people. What they need is a reason to interact. They don't interact for the sake of interacting. If you want to talk to an Introvert, just start talking. Don't worry about being polite.
Myth #3 – Introverts are rude.
Introverts often don't see a reason for beating around the bush with social pleasantries. They want everyone to just be real and honest. Unfortunately, this is not acceptable in most settings, so Introverts can feel a lot of pressure to fit in, which they find exhausting.
Myth #4 – Introverts don't like people.
On the contrary, Introverts intensely value the few friends they have. They can count their close friends on one hand. If you are lucky enough for an introvert to consider you a friend, you probably have a loyal ally for life. Once you have earned their respect as being a person of substance, you're in.
Myth #5 – Introverts don't like to go out in public.
Nonsense. Introverts just don't like to go out in public FOR AS LONG. They also like to avoid the complications that are involved in public activities. They take in data and experiences very quickly, and as a result, don't need to be there for long to “get it.” They're ready to go home, recharge, and process it all. In fact, recharging is absolutely crucial for Introverts.
Myth #6 – Introverts always want to be alone.
Introverts are perfectly comfortable with their own thoughts. They think a lot. They daydream. They like to have problems to work on, puzzles to solve. But they can also get incredibly lonely if they don't have anyone to share their discoveries with. They crave an authentic and sincere connection with ONE PERSON at a time.
Myth #7 – Introverts are weird.
Introverts are often individualists. They don't follow the crowd. They'd prefer to be valued for their novel ways of living. They think for themselves and because of that, they often challenge the norm. They don't make most decisions based on what is popular or trendy.
Myth #8 – Introverts are aloof nerds.
Introverts are people who primarily look inward, paying close attention to their thoughts and emotions. It's not that they are incapable of paying attention to what is going on around them, it's just that their inner world is much more stimulating and rewarding to them.
Myth #9 – Introverts don't know how to relax and have fun.
Introverts typically relax at home or in nature, not in busy public places. Introverts are not thrill seekers and adrenaline junkies. If there is too much talking and noise going on, they shut down. Their brains are too sensitive to the neurotransmitter called Dopamine. Introverts and Extroverts have different dominant neuro-pathways. Just look it up.
Myth #10 – Introverts can fix themselves and become Extroverts.
A world without Introverts would be a world with few scientists, musicians, artists, poets, filmmakers, doctors, mathematicians, writers, and philosophers. That being said, there are still plenty of techniques an Extrovert can learn in order to interact with Introverts. (Yes, I reversed these two terms on purpose to show you how biased our society is.) Introverts cannot “fix themselves” and deserve respect for their natural temperament and contributions to the human race. In fact, one study (Silverman, 1986) showed that the percentage of Introverts increases with IQ.
June 9, 2012
Two weeks of trials and errors in web design just paid off - I've got my mobile website up and running. If you dial my URL from your smartphone you'll see what it looks like. There were some issues along the way, the biggest of which was making HTML5 player work properly on all mobile platforms. I couldn't use my original player for it's Flash so it wouldn't work on iOS.
Hence, I decided to test HTML5 as to how good is it as a mobile media player. Well, no good. Had to dump it. Not only has it failed to work as it should, it's viciously frozen my whole OS. Not a kind of thing I want my fans to experience.
So instead I simply went with the links to my tracks on SoundCloud.
I'm gonna keep it all nice and timely updated. Should you ever have any issues with it drop me a note.
P.S.: I've never stopped writing new material andnow I'm in the phase of finishing the raw edits of my most worthy drafts.
March 24, 2012
In the middle of building a mobile version of my website. Writing music is way more fun than
writing HTML codes. I'll launch it some time this week.
December 3, 2011
Last night I've got an email from Earbits. It's a progressive music discovery-type online radio
that streams a wide range of music genres with focus on Electronic music. They offered me an opportunity to get reviewed by Spectra Records which is looking for new talents to sign. If I get 250 people to listen to my songs on Earbits they are willing to check me out to see if I'm good enough for a record deal.
Now here's the thing: as I always said, I am NOT desperate to get signed. I'm hungry but I the reason I write music is that's what I love to do. I'm not good at promoting my own stuff and although it is not a motivation killer for me it sets a limit on expansion of my creative ideas. I can do more and I can do better.
I know it. But today a band can only have realistic expectations for a breakthrough if it has a team of specialists taking care of all aspects of promotion. Doing it all by yourself either proves ineffective or the results are so miserable comparing to the amount of effort and time spent it's totally disheartening.
Anyway, bringing my work to the attention of people who can facilitate what I'm doing and have faith in my artistic decisions seems like a reasonable thing to try. So if you're willing to take part in it use any of the links below to get on Earbits, play the song you selected and click on 'log in and add to timeline' button. They allow to log in with Facebook, song starts playing automatically, so it's all pretty much simplified.
October 13, 2011
I've come to revisit/rework a whole block of tracks from Hydra Missing album.
It's been on my mind for quite a while but I never really found time to get around to it. Now the summer heat is gone and my favorite season is giving me enough motivation to get this issue sorted. So, since October 1 I've been enjoying the process of deconstructing my old mistakes and turning them into deceptively attractive new ones. By the way, I'm wondering how typical is for someone who creates things to keep seeing his newly composed artifacts as finished just to ask himself How high was I when I thought this is perfect? a little later.
Because it keeps happening to me. Could be changing vision or raising standards and all that jazz but it feels like there's a bigger cause behind this mind trick.
September 9 , 2011
The July 27,2011 video shoot was a blast. As I told you before, we had to reschedule it twice because of the rainy weather (I love sky water as long as it does not end up on my gear) but
the right day had come and we managed to get the job done.
It's just a bunch of raw footages so far, but it all will soon be put through some creative video editing and turned into a proper video piece. Naturally, I wanted to hire a video production company ASAP but after discussing it with my friends I've decided to put a deeper thought into
all details to be taken care of.
I'm generally quite clear on what I want from my music but here is a different kind of challenge
and I'd rather take my time and make it right than come up with some half-assed product.
June 1, 2011
Chrysaora is officially released. Tracks are posted on Soundcheck page here, my Facebook
and SoundCloud. Artwork by Tim Jones (thank you Tim!). Album is available on iTunes,
CD Baby, Napster, Rhapsody, and Amazon. All the links are on Order page.
May 22, 2011
Today is my last chance to make any changes/corrections in the album. I've already made
hundreds of those in the last three months and I still have doubts. It feels like a vicious circle
that could most effectively be broken by someone who'd pour a bucket of ice cold water on
me and tell me to stop. I wonder if I'm altogether capable of creating something that would
sound impeccable to my ears.
But it's gonna be all over by Monday morning. It will take few more days for the tech guys
to tune it all up a notch and then I'll let it out into the wild.
April 12, 2011
Everything is going according to the plan. Takes a bit more time than I thought but that's fine
and I'm not worried about it. After I'm done with album production I'll finish and post a few
remixes of my Hydra Missing tracks online and make them unconditionally downloadable. I was
also very pleased to find some great graphics for the which I will show you right before the
Thank you for supporting my little music. Now that myspace is a hopeless wreck and I don't
feel like sending around add requests on facebook I have no idea on how to promote the
album yet. If you have any suggestions drop me a note.
March 25, 2011
Revisited and rewrote some parts that didn't sound right to me in general. Now it's obvious
that was the right thing to do. The source of my paranoia is now wiped out. Proceeding with production phase. Very excited. Will do my best to wrap things up in April.
February 26, 2011
Warping things out and enjoying the hell out of it. Still need a bit more time. April looks good
but I wanna like March better. It's only a few finer tech issues that makes me paranoid, not a sunlight. Keepng late hours slowly proves to be quite efficient.
February 2, 2011
In the lab, jumping through hoops to get the sound clarity to its optimum. Every song begs
for multiple improvements and I'd rather take my time to make sure every bit is in place and
there's nothing else to add.
January 6, 2011
Just wanted to say THANK YOU to those of you who have bought Hydra Missing CDs from
CD Baby within last two months and thank you for all the feedback about the music. I always
listen to what you have to say, no matter is it positive or negative.
There was a radio girl from Arizona who has criticized the shit out of Verity and for a brief
moment made me feel totally miserable despite all good things I've heard about the album
before her statement. But after my first reaction subsided I've realized that she actually made
me a big favor because she's also managed to make me angry at myself for not doing enough
for my music to avoid this kind of criticism.
Despite being brutally negative she was specific about a couple of things I neglected to pay
enough attention to when I was writing Verity and since I used to learn my lessons fast I have
put both of them on my top priority list when I was in the middle of writing material for
Biomorphic. Now that the new album is ready in its pre-production stage I can tell for sure that
the things she mentioned and pushed me to take care of have clearly made a lot of difference
in my sound bringing it to a new level which I've been struggling to reach since I began to write music. I can't give her all the credit because there were some other factors that allowed me to
but her part here turned out to be rather crucial.
So, as I say, I'm always listening and I appreciate when you guys take time to let me know what you think.
August 8, 2010
Contrary to my uncle Stewart's assumption that since the release of Verity I've been sitting on
my butt giving my frontal neuromodulators a lingering break, I actually have not. A haunting
feeling that near every formant of my sound begs to be retuned and refurbished was cruelly effective in keeping my dopamine supplies properly replenished. So after a few months of
and fun-filled dyssomniac days I've come up with a pack of coherent drafts meant to be served
as a core medium for my next album.
May 8, 2010
Me and Susan Frances talk about games, waves and layers.
"Electronic music canvasses a broad spectrum of styles from the tranquilizing atmospherics of Enigma to the club-driven melodies of David Guetta. Its terrain is the product of music technology made mostly from synthesizers, sequencers, midi files/samples, and drum machines which are accessible from an audio digital workstation. Electronic music is tilled by artists who bridge world cultures by being able to produce sounds that are identifiable to distinct regions, sometimes replicating Australia's didgeridoo or Scotland's bagpipes, and then layering the exotic accents with melodic expressions that have a futuristic-slant. In effect, electronic music can form visuals by shaping sounds, and New York City-based Andrei Lanes is one of the genre's finest illusionists to shape its landscape."
Read full interview here
May 4, 2010
Verity review featured in Hybrid Magazine
"Andrei Lanes composes cinematic pieces that are continually in a state of motion, emitting crystal clusters soaked in a solution of profound sonic assortments and viaducts of cryptic symphonies sprouting from the main artery."
Read full review here
March 8, 2010
That was a bit unexpected. Just a few hours after I uploaded "Things Down There" on Myspace I found out it has won Billboard World Song Contest of 2010 in Soundtrack category.
Thank you guys for voting.
February 12, 2010
Verity is scheduled for an air play on KSCU 103.3 FM's Skrawny: Electronic HiJinx show with Matt Romero this Sunday, February 14, at 5 p.m. PST. Radio station is located in Santa Clara, CA, so if you are in Golden State you can just tune in and, if you are anywhere else in the world,
you can go to http://www.kscu.org and click on the word "Listen!" to run a live stream on your comp.
If you use your camera to record yourself (or you can ask a friend to film you) dancing to any of my tracks during HiJinx show and let me see the footage I will personally send you a signed
copy of Verity which you will receive within a week from the moment I check your footage.
January 10, 2010
A good start for 2010 has been officially marked last Friday, January 8, when I was really excited and honored to listen to my new album premiere on KUCR 88.3 FM Siked Electronixx radio show hosted by Walter Douglas. The two-hour program has featured over thirty minutes of my music including selected tracks from all my albums with a majority of compositions taken from Verity.
I apolgize for not giving you a heads up before the feature and that's mostly because we were not sure if Verity is gonna make it into KUCR's Friday playlist and only got the good news right before the show.
But not to worry because Siked Electronixx has informed me that
they will rerun their "Lanes Mix" as early as next Thursday,
so if you would like to get a good load of my sound along with a nice dose of sophisticated Electronic Music from some great artists exploring the genre you can easily do it from anywhere in the world thanks to KUCR guys who took care of providing their listeners with such a cool feature as
real-time live stream right from their website's Home page (if you are in Southern California, especially in LA or Riverside area, you can catch KUCR programs on your radio at 88.3 FM).
I just wanna add that I have been a big fan of this radio station for quite a while now, receiving their playlists and listening to their shows and I can assure you those airwave manipulators know how to expand your horizons and bring you some real fun.
So don't miss it!
Siked Electroixx show starts this Thursday, January 14, at 11 pm Pacific Time (that is 2 am Eastern Time). All you do is tell everybody else to go to hell (I'm kidding, please don't. Instead invite them over and let them enjoy the show with you), go to
few minutes before the program and then on the right, where it says "What'That Noise?" Listen Live either click on the word "hi (fast)" or "low (dialup)" according to the type of the internet connection you have.
Voila! Sit back and enjoy the show.
If you use your camera to record yourself (or you can ask a friend to record you) dancing to any of my tracks during the Siked Electronixx show and let me see the footage I will send you signed CDs of Verity, Fractal Collapse and Hydra Missing.
So good luck. Do your best.
And let me know how you liked the show.
KUCR 88.3 FM, Siked Electronixx with Walter Douglas,
Friday, January 14 at 11 pm PST.
December 24, 2009
The official release was originally scheduled for tomorrow but since everybody involved in getting the new album out has come through a bit faster than we expected, I'm very happy to tell you that as of today, Verity is officially released on CDs!
It'ld be great if you left a comment on CD Baby's page. Your comments help me to promote my little music and get the word out so if you a fan of my work please do not hesitate to show it.
November 28, 2009
I'm gonna keep it short. Since my part of the job on the new project is officially over and it's only a matter of few weeks till the CD is released I thought I could tell you few words about this album.
It's gonna be called Verity. Tracklist:
1. Deep Dirt
3. Midwich Element
6. Things Down There
7. Motion Creates Emotion
9. Amyland Triquetra
10. I Can Be Anything
The overall format of Verity came out a bit different from my previous albums (mostly because of new influences, new approach and new stylistic elements I decided to try in it) - I think it's the most video game-ish album I've ever done. At the same time I don't think it might only appeal to gamers because every track has a set of melodic themes setting the mood without extra help from visual content. Am I right or wrong is for you to decide
The album itself is a combination of slower illbient tracks (Illbient music is basically a beat-based dark ambient, a sub-genre inside Electronic Music which I personally consider one of the most beautiful fields to be explored) alternating with bouncing four-on-the-floor pieces including a heavily reworked version of Amyland which I retitled into Amyland Triquetra (and yes, it's also devoted to Amy Lee, this time secretly).
You are gonna hear some weird sound effects, from disturbing industrial noises to spastic breathing, from deep rumbles to vibrating electric buzzing. You are gonna hear flashes of ethnic percussion and distorted resonating bells jumping through walls of atmospheric dissonance.
There will be segments led by what sounds like a detuned piano and backed by what sounds like a human vocal.
In other words, you will be exposed to a bit of a sonic complexity which, by the way, was entirely built from scratch, without any commercial sound samples.
Well, I hope you'll like it. I do. Believe it or not but I've listened to every track hundreds of times and I never got bored. So if I got you interested stay in touch and you will know the release date firsthand.
December 2, 2009
Verity Ringtones are free for you on Myxer. Get a taste of the album before its official release.
December 7, 2008
The Artists Forum which selected me as the AF Artist of September has just opened the poll for AF Artist of the Year 2008 and truly yours has made the ballot so if you think I'm good enough to have your vote please click on the link below and vote for me.
October 22, 2008
It's been a while since my last update and that's mostly because I did promise not to bother you with every minor little thing that happened to me (like my recent trip to Colonial Williamsburg with my weird uncle Stuart, for instance...I'm just kidding, no way I'm going down that road, ever!).
Well, I think now it's a good time to let you know that after few months spent on setting up my newly expanded studio environment and getting an idea on how to operate this whole playground I have come up with a track which in my opinion would give you a hint on what kind of sound I will be going after for my next album. It's basically a remix of my very first song Lemuria but as with almost every remix I make on my own stuff it came out pretty far from the original version and at one point I was considering to turn it into a completely new opus but eventually decided to keep certain parts of it intact and post it under Lemuria 2.0
It has just been posted here on Soundcheck page in both 320kbps and 128kbps mp3 formats as well as on Myspace and Reverbnation. Here are the links:
Aside from that, I am in the middle of working on three new tracks for my next record. It's a little soon to talk about release dates but if everything goes according to my Big Plan I will have an idea about it by this Christmas. All I can tell you right now is I got the title, I got the substance both for music and graphics and I like it very much. Experimenting on the edge of dark Electro and soundtrack music can bring some really wicked results.
In the meantime I will be posting remixed versions of my songs from all three albums so don't turn off your comp for too long. I will be in touch.
September 13, 2008
The Artists Forum, Inc. (AF) is a New York-based non-profit company involved in helping upcoming artists to find additional ways to expose their work and to expand their knowledge on different aspects of promotion and marketing. It's community includes musicians, writers, actors, filmmakers, visual artists and art enthusiasts and all it's activities are highlighted on
Once a year The Artists Forum launches it's very own Music Competition giving bands and songwriters a chance to show what they got and offering a nice set of prizes for winners. I took part in it in 2007 (almost lost miserably) and the whole thing has turned out quite a pleasurable experience. All promises were kept, all updates were in place and there even was an unannounced bonus. See, it's always realistic to expect any kind of glitches from a project based mostly on pure enthusiasm so when it comes to dealing with anyone who is out there on his own, honesty and good intentions become an invaluable asset. Seeing how much effort has been taken by AF's President Amos White to handle his venture in honest and professional manner from it's very beginning to the very end has definitely left an impression.
Now The Artists Forum has given me the honor to be selected as The Artist of September. They have posted a special page with a brief interview about my artistic themes, processes and goals so if you care to take a look you can click on the link above and check it out.
August 14, 2008
This is a quick follow-up to my previous blog where I promised to add some features to my website. Here is what's already up:
Front page is now equipped with RSS feed, meaning that if you would like to keep an eye on me you can subscribe to Lanes Updates feed via your feed reader (if you are using Firefox, Flock or Safari as a web browser you are good because all of them got feed readers built-in; if you are still with Internet Explorer, Google Reader would be a nice choice) so every time I post an update you get notified at once. All you would have to do is click on RSS icon (top left corner) and choose your method of subscription which depends on what kind of feed reader you got. With Firefox, you may select Live Bookmarks and this will add News Update on Lanes option to your Bookmark menu so from that moment on you don't have to keep going to my website to check for updates. It is very convenient and it saves time.
If you would like to read a bit more about feeds and feed readers click HERE.
As you can see, I have changed the whole structure of my website.
Gateway page now is for the latest update and it has an option to leave comments (please do not hesitate to let me know your opinion, say Hi or express yourself. No registration required and you don't even have to give away your name if you don't want to, so it couldn't be easier).
Soundcheck page is for audio. Choose the track and listen to it. Simple as that.
Newsroom is now an archive for, you guessed it, news so it is most useful if you are writing a future Worst Seller about me.
Visuals page will host all graphics. So far I have posted three buddy icons with different edits of my logo and included HTML codes in case if you would like to use them for your page. We are working on a whole new graphic line for my next album so this page will keep expanding.
Also, as I mentioned earlier, if you would like to have my ringtones on your cell phone you can get them FREE and this is not a trick. Just go HERE, pick a tone and enter your phone number. You will get it in less than a minute.
If any problems just let me know and I will help you.
July 22, 2008
First of all, if you have a cell phone and live in US you can now get all or any of my ringtones absolutely FREE and very easy here. No registration required and it will take seconds so do not hesitate for too long.
This website will be expanded to have all my existing albums, tracks, artwork, images, banners, buddy icons, wallpapers, etc. as well as equipped with RSS Feeds and comments option.
As of today, I am opening a contest for the most interesting graphic and visual work which is related to and/ or inspired by my music. It includes photo edits, visuals, paintings, animation and videos which you might come up with using your fantasy and skills.
You can make it from scratch or use any of my images as a template in which case you can let me know and I will provide you with high-quality jpeg of your choice.
The winner gets all my albums as signed CDs plus I will feature his/ her art here, properly credited and linked. August 31, 2008 is the deadline so you got a little over a month to test your creativity.
...and the new track is coming.............................
May 21, 2008
Igloo Magazine on Fractal album :
"Lanes' Fractal Collapse on his own imprint is quite impressive; its prime directive crafted by metalic shards of eerie basslines and shredded industrial noise. "Shapeshifter" is the perfect balance of all the above mentioned elements and encapsulates the mood of Fractal Collapse."
(Pietrobot, Contributing Editor)
April 27, 2008
Hybrid Magazine has just posted new review on my record. You can read it here.
April 12, 2008
New track Outsider is up on Myspace. Click the banner below to open it up.
April 6, 2008
Fractal Collapse is now available on iTunes. If you already have iTunes installed in your comp you can click on the banner above to get right to it.
March 18, 2008
Absolute Punk has posted a review on FC. Click here to read it.
New track Stranded has just been uploaded on Myspace.
Click on the banner below to hear it.
February 26, 2008
Fractal Collapse is officially released. Yay!
February 19, 2008
1. Music Dish Interview: This article has been published by Music Dish in January 2008.
2. Fractal Collapse CD is coming. I will announce it's official release here, in my Newsletter and on Myspace in few days. Anyone who would like to be constantly updated on my music and news please go to my ReverbNation page and sign up for my Mailing List (click on the banner below to get there):
December 10, 2007
1. Amyland has been nominated as one of the winners of Artists Forum Electronic Music Competition of 2007. Take a look at this montage on YouTube here.
2. Phantom has gotten an Honorable mention from Mark Furnas, Director of Billboard Song Contest.
3. I've just opened pages on Reverb Nation and Trig, both with audio clips from Fractal Collapse so if you'd like to hear album versions please click on the banner below:
4. All 12 tracks from this release are available digitally at Beats Digital store in UK so if you live in Europe you can download my fractal tracks from BD in either 192 and 320 kbps mp3 or Wave (CD Quality) format. Please click the banner below:
October 1, 2007
1. Amyland has made it to the finals of Artists Forum Electronic Music Contest of 2007.
2. Most tracks from Fractal Collapse are available for downloads on www.beatsdigital.com/lanes and www.7digital.com in UK as well as on www.indiepad.com/lanes in US.