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You're right about life having ups and downs. I'm definitely in a better place career-wise and as a person than I was two years ago though.

With regards to labels, I haven't reached out recently. In the past, I released two albums on Black Dingo Records, a short-lived label ran by Duff Egan, but the label ended before Desolation was finished. Oceanscape was re-released on GV Sound years prior to that. There was a local label that had some interest, but they ended up shutting down late last year before I could record anything for them.

I thought about reaching out to Pantheon, ZHELEZOBETON, and Ostroga (Vitaly Maklakov aka Kromeshna). I have about 60-70 minutes of material that is close to being ready to release, one of which is a 31 minute longform drone piece.

Thanks for the compliment regarding Desolation. I love making dark dronescapes.
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SINIUS - Inter​-​Dimensional Interference [Album]

1.   Demonic Possession 05:54   

2.   EM-Interference 04:18   


3.   Erratic EMF Fluctuations 05:13   


4.   Esotericism (feat. Atmospheric Research) 08:07   


5.   Hillcrest Sanatorium 04:10   


6.   Imaginary Friends 05:03   


7.   Increased Kinetic Activity 05:33   


8.   Perceptual Isolation 09:36   


9.   Physical and Emotional Disorientation 06:15   


10.   Seeking Forgiveness 04:40   


11.   Stone Tape 09:18   


12.   The Black Hen Planchette 06:51   


13.   The DOPler Effect 07:02   


14.   Waverly Hills 09:42   


15.   Residual Haunting (feat. Atmospheric Research) (bonus) 11:11
about

Available as a download from SINIUSí Bandcamp site:

sinius.bandcamp.com/album/inter-dimensional-interference

credits

Tracks 4 and 15 features collaborations with co-producer Atmospheric Research

Written and produced by Daljit Kundi

Arrangement, mixing and mastering by Daljit Kundi

Artwork by Daljit Kundi

www.sinius.co.uk
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Cost and concerns about demand. For a while, I haven't even had a full-time job until very recently so money has been a bit tight for me. Plus, I don't want to end up with extra inventory if I don't sell everything. You're probably the first person to ask me about a physical release that I can remember.

I'd rather try to get on a label that could handle a physical release than do it myself.

I feel for you.
But each of us experiences losses and setbacks in life. I had been sick with a deadly disease for three years. And only this year I was able to start working. It is fortunate that my family survived and I was not left alone. But I am grateful to my illness, I was able to change my character and worldview, I became happier and began to understand why we live.

By the way, I liked the Desolation track from your last album. You have pretty oppressive and pessimistic music.
Have you tried to find a label?
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: Favourite plugins ?
« Last post by petekelly on January 03, 2020, 12:15:41 PM »
There are always new things to tempt us with,but (conversely) I still use some things that are considered to be very old in this age of change regarding music making. I used to frequent a forum for iOS music making and the members there were always looking for the 'new shiny thing'.

'Old technology'  - not always such a bad thing ? valve amps / non-linear compression / distortion etc.
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Perhaps your elites and powerful people will stop threatening rhetoric with Russia and see it as an enemy someday and then it will be possible to restore order by joint efforts. But it will not be easy. People get used to freebies very easily.

Pleased to meet you! As a listener of the old school, I prefer to listen to music on physical media. Why don't you publish music on physical media?

Cost and concerns about demand. For a while, I haven't even had a full-time job until very recently so money has been a bit tight for me. Plus, I don't want to end up with extra inventory if I don't sell everything. You're probably the first person to ask me about a physical release that I can remember.

I'd rather try to get on a label that could handle a physical release than do it myself.
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Perhaps your elites and powerful people will stop threatening rhetoric with Russia and see it as an enemy someday and then it will be possible to restore order by joint efforts. But it will not be easy. People get used to freebies very easily.

Pleased to meet you! As a listener of the old school, I prefer to listen to music on physical media. Why don't you publish music on physical media?
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I started with Logic Moon - I See Planets, but I'll listen to that one right after that. Thanks again!

There's been a lot of great ambient music that has come out of Russia, and Eastern Europe in general for that matter. That region has been a great hotbed for the genre for a while now. I wouldn't have known about any of it without Bandcamp.

Oh yes bandcamp is a very wonderful thing

Unfortunately, piracy is very developed in the post-Soviet space. Listeners are used to getting music for free. At the moment, there are so many musical communities that purchase music on the bandcamp and spotify for donations from subscribers and then put the music in the public domain.

Sorry to hear that, but I'm not shocked. I always try to give artists something on a pay-what-you-want release because I'm an artist myself.

In addition to my Bandcamp in the signature, I also have a fan account:

https://bandcamp.com/castleview_the_fan
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Welcome, Sergey!

I'm listing to Sever Ga + Nonpandoras right now and it is great.

Thanks!

My wife doesn't like ambient and drone. The only musician she likes is Pepo Galan. And more recently, Sever Ga + Nonpandoras.

Will I follow you in bandcamp if you don't mind?
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Welcome, Sergey!

I'm listing to Sever Ga + Nonpandoras right now and it is great.
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Great list! There are lot of things to explore on there that I haven't heard before.

Hello Chris.

Glad I brought something new!

I registered. I hope that I will contribute.
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