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August 20, 2012, 01:16:45 PM
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Now available at CoinDL.com: https://www.coindl.com/page/item/385

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 -[ 17 tracks ]- -[ 320kps MP3 ]- -[ 1% of sale goes to the Bitcoin Faucet ]-


"Åpent Sår" introduces Stillium Partita with a gentle build of rhythmic
kicks, layers of sweeping electronic samples, and tones hanging in the air
waiting for everyone to take their seat. The scene for the album's 17 tracks
settles into place.

A collaboration between Swiss/English electronic musician & sound designer,
Rupert Lally and Norwegian electronic artist and filmmaker, Espen J. Jörgensen;
Stillium Partita sets out a diverse landscape of ambient sounds, with hints of
Orbital, 65daysofstatic, and even Vangelis.

The preview on CoinDl.com is taken from the track "Ordensburg", but check out
http://www.rupertandespen.com/ for a full preview. (Information wants to be
free - but artists like to be paid.)

With its international foundation, and exploration of the electronic realm,
the album is a perfect fit for a Bitcoin release. As such, 1% of sales from the
album will go directly to the Bitcoin Faucet (http://freebitcoins.appspot.com/)
to encourage more newcomers into the Bitcoin economy.

The download comes as 320kps MP3s with no DRM restrictions, plus high-res JPGs
for the album cover and inside art.

What more reason could you want for supporting music *and* Bitcoin?


Grab it here: https://www.coindl.com/page/item/385

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August 20, 2012, 03:11:33 PM
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Nice work scribe. I'd like to add quickly that song previews on the site have been upgraded so you no longer have to stop one before starting another.

If you like ambient electronically or want some chill sounds to program by check out this album!
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August 20, 2012, 07:41:44 PM
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Thanks weex, and thanks for sorting out all the upload side of things on this.

Just to add to the album info above, there's a review of the preview single "Ordensburg" at the documentary evidence blog. A quote:

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The track is a sublime piece of filmic, ambient electronica. Taking gorgeous synth pads and shimmering arpeggios, some discordant background noise and deep bass swells, 'Ordensburg' feels like something Cliff Martinez might have produced for the soundtrack to Drive, only with more of a symphonic edge thanks to the synth strings. Aside from Drive, I find it impossible to listen to this track without thinking about some of my favourite Eighties movies.

I believe a full review will be coming soon.

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Documentary Evidence (@DocEvidence) has posted a full review and a chat with Espen here:

http://www.documentaryevidence.co.uk/rupert_lally_espen_j_jorgensen_stillium_partita.htm

Also been thinking more about music and Bitcoin generally. Watch this space.

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Something else is coming. Whet your appetite with the free track here: http://rupertlallyespenjjrgensen.bandcamp.com/

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