My first track in a while is coming out on Friday via Japan’s Omoide Label, whose back catalogue is full of interesting music (my favourites are Hatsune Miku compilation “Scintillate for a Moment” and Gaburyu’s “Tokeru“). My track is also part of a compilation, this time of chiptune covers of Shibuya-Kei tracks, and which includes a stack of amazing chiptune artists.
In May, we launched our debut album into the world. It came out on digital and tape, both of which are available here as well as the usual streaming and digital places, as well as a few record shops around the Seattle area. Here’s the awesome video for Transpose that kept our friend Tessa busy for half a year, but which won her a Vimeo staff pick for her first animation –
The month in which we installed a new tier on our desk and filled the space underneath it with a modular synth, and wrote an ode to sleep deprivation (out soon 2017).
Even when crashing, it looks nice.