Song for Europe is now available via the Patreon site for anyone pledging $1 or more per creation.
Special thanks to Gary Partington, Andrew Denyes, James Bailey, Billy Pollard, Rob Lacey, and Pascal Vivant. The artwork you see above is by Pstl Cstl and is from the forthcoming video.
Bandcamp purchases will follow if you aren’t keen on Patreon.
If you are a Patreon supporter, you’re probably wondering where your extra songs and goodies are. They’ll all be sent out at 9pm BST today, except for the making-of video which will be available over the weekend.
Thank you for your super positive comments so far. Releasing music after 7 years is a surprisingly nervy business.
If you are a writer, DJ, etc, and you want to hear it, let me know via a comment or through the contact form on this website.
You may also like to know that my merch store is online and fully functional. Hop to it via the link in the menu above.
I’ve just got the shop back online. The prices are a little wacky because I’ve not figured out how the shipping calculator works yet, so I’ve listed everything including worldwide shipping for now. However, this shows you, more or less, what is available from me at the minute, except for shirts which I’m still sorting through.
The prices will be revised down a little to account for postage costs as soon as I get a chance to do that.
New merch to follow… if you want it?
Last night, I reached the second goal on Patreon: relaunching the merch store on this site.
I’ll get everything catalogued over the next couple of weeks and will relaunch the store ASAP, hopefully with new stuff too.
Patrons: I’ve also just revealed the name of the first song of 2018 over on Patreon Lens (it’s like Stories on Instagram).
For the next couple of days, I will be taking a break from the song to give my ears a rest… more news about the merch as soon as I get chance!
Printed Circuit is back after a 7 year break.
I’ve got one new finished song to share in July.
If you liked Printed Circuit around 2008-onwards, you’ll like this song as well.
In order to save my sanity and make this viable, I have started a Patreon, after a bit of nudging.
You can hear all new songs for $1 per song. (This is about the same amount that it would cost to download a song from Bandcamp.)
It’s not a monthly fee.
You will also get advance notice of things.
If you like, you can pay more per song. You’ll get more stuff if you pay more. For example, $3 gets you the demo as well. $4 gets you more mp3s from the archives.
A bonza $25 per song gets you a video explanation of how each song is put together. You will also find out what software I use, which I’ve always been pretty reluctant to talk about.
Videos and LPs will follow if this works out.
This website is just the start. I said I’d bring it back if I reached a goal for $20 or more. I didn’t expect to do that quite so quickly. I’ll make it better soon.