Sunday, January 10, 2010

Peter Cogle interviews me about music and the new album

Episode #293 of PC podcast by Pete Cogle features an extensive interview with me about the new album and the road that lead to it including some historical facts, information on ongoing projects and anectodal information. It was a great honor to be interviewed by Pete, who if you don't know him, host a very successful podcast from the UK that rendered over 230.000 downloads in 2009.

Tune in to PC podcast - #293 to listen to the interview

On Voide has been very popular the last week giving a strong 'PopScore' rating due to the high numbers of listeners and fans as a direct result of the release of the new album. This is great news and Jango is also a very cool ground breaking streaming service. If you have not tried it then I can recommend a visit to Jango. You can create your own 'radio station' playing tracks of all your favorite artists - very simple and most of all quite fun!

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

I/O You - Electronic track of the week!

My track 'I/O You' from Humachine is Electronic Track of the Week at starting today!

I am very glad about the news as becoming track of the week on Garageband is not easy with the tough competition and thousands of tracks.

Friday, January 1, 2010

Red turns to Blue released today!

After over a year of composing, mixing, collaborating, listening, remixing, working on artwork, changing distributor and mastering the Red turns to Blue album is finally released.

If you haven’t had chance to hear any preview of the album then I can prepare you for the experience by sharing the following:

The new album is a musical journey and you will find that the new album features tracks ranging from the more traditional commercial sound to tracks with feel from the first Voide album Space Sponge. I knew very early that this album would be a ’bumpy’ ride although not in an uncomfortable fashion. I’ve put a lot of effort into the arrangement of the track order and I hope that the album will provide you with an engaging and interesting listener experience.
The past year has been full of challenges and hard work both with music and other matters and it is great to feel that I can now deliver a album that I am really proud over, I hope you will like it too!

Make sure that you listen to the title track Red turns to Blue featuring Pixieguts that uses lyrics inspired and partially used by Isabel Lavender.

It appears that the promised digital distribution is lagging a bit, likely due to the holidays, and all sites don’t have the new album listed yet – it should appear in a couple of days.

In the meanwhile you can listen and enjoy the new album at these sites:
Bandcamp (abum available for secure digital purchases using PayPal)

Happy New Year and best wishes for the new decade!
Dave of Voide