Sunday, October 13, 2019

Electronic Music Give-Away of the Day: The Entire Catalogue Thus Far

Welcome back Gauntletarians, or maybe it's better as Balthazarians - I don't know, so shoot me your opinion if you'd like.

Anyway, I must confess that I did a little "internet presence" clean-up in aftermath of releasing the most recent 391 & the Army of Astraea's Re-Mix extended play "False Flag" (in my last post) and in anticipation of a forthcoming Soundtrack EP titled "Sovereignty". I must admit that overall I'm I'm quite please with it and the script it was inspired by. Regardless, that audio release will be holistically accompanied by a concept video which will find a home on the Nevekari Enterprises YouTube channel, and both will be embedded on a Nevekari Enterprises web page dedicated to this new hard-sci-fi series pilot script. These releases will also be featured on the Nevekari Enterprises and Stubborn God Productions Facebook pages. But, more on that on release day.

As far as today's post goes, it revolves around the fact that at this point the entire 391 & the Army of Astraea industrial-electronic "Give-Away" catalogue from 2016-2019 has been placed on Bandcamp and secondarily (and partially) on Soundcloud. These releases do not include any electronic or soundtrack releases Stubborn God Productions took part in from 2012-2015, nor any of my recent sixty or so compositions in the Singer-Songwriter Folk-Rock vein, nor as well as any of the hundreds of archival recordings (in multiple genres) made between 1983 (yes, even the most craggy Punk demos) to 1998 (by that time mainly ethnic recordings).

The recordings are, in chronology:

Battle and Realms: Catalogue Volume I (2016-2017)
The Dark Wood: Soundtrack to the Motion Picture (2017)
Sweetmeats For Little Turks (Best of Compilation 2016-2018)
Battle and Realms: Catalogue Volume II (2018-2019)
Scrimshaw: A Dark Tale of the Sea Soundtrack (2019)
False Flag Re-Mix EP (2019)

The Bandcamp embeds for your easy access to all of the albums are below.

Happy listening.

Till next time.

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