Corrosive Intermission

It is most important to accompany this release with a few notes; Please read.


All tracks of the particular album are under a Creative Commons licence "Attribution Share Alike". Quoting Bandcamp:

"This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon your work even for commercial reasons, as long as they credit you and license their new creations under the identical terms. This license is often compared to open source software licenses. All new works based on yours will carry the same license, so any derivatives will also allow commercial use."

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In other words, this is an open call to all fellow artists to consider this release a mere sample pack and use it as you wish.

Track number 6, is a demonstration of using the recording "II" (track number 2) as the main layer on which new sounds have been added, resulting a complete new song.


It is apparent that the tracks found in this release are meant to be and sound, as one might say, raw material. There have been no mastering, no use of software plugins whatsoever, no editing or arrangement (except track 6). These are straight recordings using solely hardware equipment. Naturally, during the performance/recording, all artefacts, happy accidents, awkwardness, noises, static, etc have been captured, and haven't been reedit or hid to create a flawless soundscape. Quiet the opposite. The purpose was to stay creative; to provide an ever evolving soundscape; to result with a vast sound pool, which can later be cut, reworked, abused, deconstructed and reconstructed into something new. And you are all welcome to download the album for free and exploit it in any way you wish.

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The sounds in these recordings were mostly created using Kilpatrick Phenol semimodular synth, back in 2015. A couple of pedal effects were used as well.

It is called an "intermission" as i consider it to be a parenthesis.
A quick and raw, one take, bubble bath in aural acid.

I was unable to decide whether i should make a release using these raw recordings or invest the time to create new music using them. After two years going back and forth, i decided to do both and more. 1) release the recordings, 2) create new songs, which might come in the form of Corrosive Intermission part II along with any remixes/tracks you might come up with, 3) Share them as a sample pack with the rest of the world.

In case that several "remixes" will be created using these tracks, it will be great to publish them in a form of compilation. This is just an idea i would like you to consider.

Get inspired. Thank you for your support.




released June 8, 2017