After a six month long battle with depression and a several day delay with the distributor, my debut tech house EP is finally available for you to purchase or stream. Today the record is out on iTunes and Bandcamp globally, and over the next few weeks it will become available in 300+ stores such as HMV, Beatport, Google Play and Amazon MP3, the Divine Debris EP will also become available on a lot of streaming services like Spotify, Beats Music and Rdio to name a few. There’s a limited run of vinyl planned, so if you would like to be kept in the loop regarding that then please sign up to The Orion Correlation email newsletter.
Lost & Found has contributed an amazing remix of Character Assassination to the record, it’s the icing on the cake for Divine Debris. Overall I am really proud of how Divine Debris turned out, it’s come a long way since the premiere of Character Assassination at the Ministry Of Sound Club in London and having tracks being played out at a few festivals by various DJs to now being invited to go play out at festivals in France and getting on IMDB for scoring a short independent film. It’s been a pretty surreal few months just in terms of music, I’ve no idea what will happen next with myself and music, and I like it that way because my life before choosing to leave my ex was predictable at best, I have changed a lot as a person since January— but some people don’t. Know what I mean?
"Back Of My Hand" is an experimental tech house track comes from a pained place of knowing someone like the back of your hand and realizing in advance how they are going to let you down as they always do.
The bass on this is ultra low so make sure you listen on a decent pair of audio monitors or club system otherwise you’re going to miss a lot of what “Back Of My Hand” is; this is a track you primarily feel rather than hear. Hope it gets you in the pit of the stomach.
Penultimate track preview from my debut EP out on September 5th 2014.
Dan reviews the xbox version of HB Studios’ awesome procedurally generated golf sim The Golf Club! Also available on PC via Steam and coming soon to playstation 4 at the end of August. Read our review here.
thealicejones reviews the Rainshader ICE, a stunningly made umbrella for the modern age. The British Summer might be a washout so far but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t enjoy it! Read her review here.
Photograph I took down at the marine lake in West Kirby, Wirral. It’s also the featured image for the first post on my personal website in a few years, it’s called “Scoring Films, Tech House and the Future”, you can read it here on hammyhavoc.com.