I posted some tracks for your listening pleasure (or your horror) at:
In case your interested, I have a limited edition release ( clear vinyl) going out of print and there is only a handful of records left.
I updated the shop section so you can grab one copy or two copies (which includes shipping for USA buyers or International buyers..Just pick the appropriate one for your country).
To give you a quick background, I am a producer here in California making records under various aliases since 1989, and have worked with Terence Mckenna, The Grid, etc..No one really pays much attention to what I do here so mainly the records sell throughout Europe, and the UK is a big hot spot for records I do with the Deepchord crew in Detroit (records usually trade for about $35-$100 depending on the release)..
Tthis particular release is on clear vinyl, under the alais Satori Corporation, and has made it around the world a few times. Im coming down to my last copies.
(I used five tb 303’s, a Juno 106, a primitive sequencer, and no computers for the gear heads here..).
Mark Moore of S’Express said it was “a lovely bit of acid”.
A review posted at Discogs states:
“The A side is a midtempo joint with a very engaging bassline. Not for playing at peak hour to get people all riled up, but an excellent track for a come down afterwards, where many DJs fail. The original seems more pure than the remix, but both are quite good.
The B side is the gem. It’s a more uptempo but still restrained track that when I heard it start developing, I couldn’t help but think of an older Lieb track, the name of which escapes me. Anything that evokes Lieb when he was doing a more acid sound is a solid, solid track in my book. As opposed to the A side, I like the remix better than the original.
Both tracks & their remixes have a maturity to them lacking in most acid records. If I saw this in a record store, I wouldn’t hesitate to pick it up. ”
So if your interested thats cool, if not thats cool. I will be posting more tracks and offering some older records in the shop soon..
Many friends have complained to me that I should be more proactive with promotion of my records and shouldnt keep them so limited (about 666-777 copies is my average pressing per release), but I just let the records speak for themselves and move on to the next one..If they speak total garbage than they have spoken, if they speak brilliance, they have spoken..I just tend to not worry and go with the flow..Something nice may come out eventually…
Any producers up for a chat PLEASE drop me a line as well…