2021 is another good year of releases for me.
I have began a series of experimentations with four track recorder. I have been playing around with different varieties of tape loops to make drones, noise, and cut ups. I am releasing a new track every Bandcamp Friday.
Check out what I’ve done so far:
You can also find them on Spotify if you search for nd dentico
Speaking of which in addition to getting my nd dentico up on streaming services I have gotten a few Subversive Intentions.
Coming in the next couple weeks is my next album of nd dentico beat stuff. This is a continuation of all the ambient beat stuff I did last year, with beats made from the kaossilator app, layered over loops made from old 78 records and this time I added a layer of improvised bass guitar. That’s coming out on Cavern Brew who is closing up shop later this year. I’ll be supplying new material for a final compilation from them some time at years end.
The next Subversive Intentions album comes out in a few months on one of my new favorite tape labels Flophouse. They have a pretty amazing roster and I’m super stoked to be a part of it. https://flop-house.bandcamp.com
In the fall I will release the first cassette tape from my drone metal project Parenthetical. Back in in 2019 I released a digital demo of this project, but it’s been stuff that I have worked on for few years prior. I had released some albums and compilations tracks of the early experiments of this project as Subversive Intentions, but it felt important in 2019 to give this project its own identity.
I have a cache of culls from that flophouse album I put together that I might release at the end of year as a digital only album on Histamine Tapes.
I will also finally be releasing material from the noise jazz trio I play bass in with drummer Steven Lichti and Bass Clarinet/Electronics from Michael Braun Hamilton. This project is called Glacial Erratics and there will be a series of releases. The first two will be digital only live albums, and one tape of recordings made at Steven’s house.
What a crazy whirlwind of creative production. I may take some time off from creating new music for a while after this. I’m feeling a bit burned out after making the flophouse album. I’ll probably keep at the four track stuff since its so new and fun, but that’s going to last (for now) as long as the band camp Fridays do.