Experimental music for experimental people....

Experimental music for experimental people....

Monday, April 15, 2013

v.a. - "Gimme A Minute"

One of Sirona-Records more ambitious projects, "Gimme A Minute" features 108 artists contributing tracks from 55 to 65 seconds in length in styles varying as widely as ambient and electronica to black metal and grindcore to pop and classical. Label head Arnaud Barbe addresses the sentiment behind the compilation: "Sirona-Records is now two years old and this is an anniversary compilation. More than 220 artists have contributed to 3.5 million downloads from what is, before all else, a virtual and human adventure. I am truly proud of all that we have accomplished in two years. Looking back at the beginning, I feel that we have never been so strong and free as we are now. I've only one dream: to continue this adventure as long as I can, and I hope that you will always be with me. Merci mes amis."

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Saturday, April 13, 2013

"Pyromania" video featuring music by Subterrestrial

New music coming soon, I promise! No doubt, you're growing weary of me posting videos made by others featuring my music. This is a short video about pyromania made by youtube user DaGrblz for a psych class. The track "Dream City of R'lyeh" comes from Subterrestrial's Dead But Dreaming album and fits impressively well (if I do say so myself) with the video.

Friday, March 22, 2013

History of Art 7. The period of the migration of nations (featuring music by Subterrestrial)

Youtube user poendrawing recently published installment number seven of his History of Art series, featuring "Migration" from Subterrestrial's Echotron album. As a lover or history and art, it was an honor to have my music used in this video! Lots of ancient Hungarian art and artifacts.

Sunday, March 17, 2013

"The Tome" Promotional Video featuring music from Subterrestrial

Independent film maker Jeremy Smallwood recently released a promotional clip for a film called The Tome. The clip features "Necronomicon" from Subterrestrial's Dead But Dreaming album. Looks like it might be a zombie horror film, but the film maker hasn't contacted me so I don't know much else about it. Check the youtube video page for more info if you're interested!

Friday, February 8, 2013

Subterrestrial's music used in a class aquarium visit video

Here's something interesting; St. Michaels University School used an excerpt from the title track to Subterrestrial's Ocean Beach album in a recent video. The video was shot on a recent visit to the Shaw Ocean Discovery Centre. Some great footage of an octopus changing color, amongst other things. Check it out if you like sea life and Subterrestrial!

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Mostly Ambient Radio Show 28 - 2 January 2013

Bing Satellites is an ambient producer, internet broadcaster and podcaster from the UK. His January 2 broadcast featured "Glorious Annihilator of Time and Space" and "Sailing Into the Polar Abyss" from Subterrestrial's first album The Goddess of Atvatabar. Check his website for live broadcast schedule and download links and help support this great broadcaster/podcaster!

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