Hope you like it! And of course you can support the good cause of ChintzBaby by purchasing said track, or any of the others on Bandcamp : https://chintzbaby.bandcamp.com/ – but only if you like them of course 🙂
Just a quick post – I was seeing if I couldn’t upload more of my fabulous tunes to Bandcamp (where people can actually pay for my tracks. And I’ve run out of free SoundCloud space) – and I found this one lurking about and not uploaded anywheres, so here it is :
Oh, I tried to reduce the image size above, but that didn’t work, blinking wordpress, one day I’ll work it out.
Here’s a new one for 2020, a nice longish one : ClangerTingGo. I promise they’ll get shorter and snappier as the year progresses. Really. And I’ll look into making my ‘featured image’ a tad smaller too. Tcha, website maintenance, eh?
Available on Bandcamp for only a quid! Bargain, I’d say.
Here’s an actual link if you can’t see the amazing Bandcamp player there embedded in the page :
Here’s looking to more bonkersness in 2020. And to see ClangerTingGo come up in google, as it is “Your search – ClangerTingGo – did not match any documents.” at the moment. Ah, the little pleasures of the modern world.
Keep looking back for the next one, which I’ve no idea what it’ll sound like yet, which is exciting 🙂
New track on Bandcamp, its a quirky little thing with quite a complex rhythm and a bit of a tune too. Oh, and no intro – straight in!
As always, made with Ardour and VCV-Rack, good old open source, free software.
I’ve run out of space on Soundcloud, so I thought I’d bung new stuff onto Bandcamp, where people can pay me for me musak. Or just listen to it on one of the myriad ‘devices’ we all have.
On that subject, whenever I hear a new tune I like, gawd blimey if it’s not available on CD these days. How does one listen to stuff in the car? I’m not fiddling with my phone while driving, oh no. How is it done then? With an old car? Answers in the comments section below please 🙂
This lot took a while, uses only open-source music software and no samples wot-so-ever. No samples! So it will sound very different from my first properly released album A Curation of Curious Creatures.
I’ve decided to only release it on Bandcamp (where lots of your friends will be buying it) because it really can be a right old faff to do a proper release on other media. I’m interested to see what Bandcamp will do with it too. They seem to be up there with yer iTunes, Amazon et al.
Here is the tracklist and some credits :
It’s fun to see the Bandcamp timings are different from mine own!
So a nice low key release to see what happens. And now I’ve started on the next collection of musical enterprises …
It took a while, but it seems I can release my next Album (the Difficult Second one) on CD-Baby and have my tracks instantly for sale on Bandcamp as well! Woo!
So here is a sample song, “Moggie Orange” from the next album, on Bandcamp :
Buy, buy, buy, only a pound!
“Moggie Orange” is the only track on the forthcoming album to have a decent name – the others will be : SlyceLyve, Ressoversal, Claesuraque, Racsykyne, Kombazynch, Motianicsh, OrcharLent and Pianpentaquart – see my SoundCloud page for the whole lot : https://soundcloud.com/chintzbaby/sets/difficultsecondalbum I decided that having odd sounding names would rank easily on Google … if only Googlers could spell them right. Including me.
I’ll be adding the entire Difficult Second Album onto Bandcamp, as well as releasing to all our favourite streaming sites (Amazon, iTunes, Deezer and loads of others I’ve never heard of) – soon!
If the link above isn’t working for you then here is the link to my own Bandcamp site : https://chintzbaby.bandcamp.com – how Cool is that, a proper URL, and that’s why I chose such a bonkers name, honest.
And I’d welcome any ideas for a Proper Name for the next Album, ta.
Well, I’ve been in the studio again, and come up with a 5/4 piece.
Yes, 5/4! I think it sounds really quite fab, if you like repetitive piano like I do. Proabably sounds a whole lot better on a CD rather than on SoundCloud and tinny speakers, but it’s pretty much all there nevertheless.
And for those with super modern web browsers, it should appear here in SoundCloud format :
A per usual, all done with Ardour, the percussion care of VCV Rack and the bass and strings from the very lovely ZynAddSubFX.
Let me know what you think – and hear all my choons at soundcloud.com/chintzbaby, or the list of latest tunes on the SoundCloud panel on the right of this page under the CD-Baby link, just click on the top track and listen away.
Actually, it looks like I might have enough tracks now to start thinking about possibly looking into the idea of … releasing the Difficult Second Album – crikey bobs, it might be a goer – watch this space!