« on: November 24, 2014, 02:20:41 PM »
Thanks for the tip, Drone On. I've ordered Neroli double CD from All Saints, so it's too late for me on that one, but I'll probably pass on the Shutov reissue.
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I'm just thinking of a scenario where someone new to ambient composition decides to start creating their own work and looks around for some 'ambient sounds' and starts off with someone else's ideas of such a thing.
Erik W°llo's "Tundra" EP, released 3 months ago on Projekt, is on pro CDr. Ordered directly from Projekt, I was quite surprised when it arrived , because I didn't notice anywhere infos about CDr. It was advertised as a CD, I asked Sam about this via private FB message, but didn't get any answer. Later, CD was removed from advertisements, kept EP only... If it's released as a pro CDr, it should be definitely advertised this way.
Okay, I understand what you mean.
But how can small independent labels make listeners aware of their new releases if not through forums and posts?
In this day and age it is impossible to get any attention if you don't do this.... and even so, we are talking about a piece of music in an edition of 50 tapes, certainly I can't be accused of milking the cow and trying to make any cash with that? I simply want to share the music I love and release....
How else am I going to do this?
Maybe I don't have much to say about other topics in this forum, that doesn't mean I don't care....
I forgot to mention that Dave at Ear/Rational has a reasonable selection of the Namlook DTS albums for sale at reasonable prices:
I collect CDs, and only want the physical product. So if they have this obviously rabid following, and every CD shown on their bandcamp page is Sold Out almost immediately, they are doing something wrong...
$45 for their "deluxe" versions? That's outrageous
Regarding 'blocks', I presume that the finishing of something is generally more the problem than the starting of something (?)
It is for me.....I have a music project that I thought was finished a year ago and was maturing so to speak. Opened it up to see how its tasting only to discover it did not need more time but more work so Im currently throwing the kitchen sink at it. Will it improve? Perhaps it was already all it could be. And so it goes.