Archive for the ‘UK experimental music’ Category

Recent additions to my streaming releases

October 25, 2022

All of my streaming releases are handled by Ditto Music. Below are some of the highlights and recent releases from my catalogue. There are many more to be found on your favourite streaming service such as Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, Juno, Deezer etc.

If you want your own music distributed on streaming and download services worldwide, why not sign up to Ditto as well? If you use the following link, you and I will each get $10. Ditto referral link https://vrlps.co/e27ygec/cp

New Lagowski and S.E.T.I. releases via Bandcamp

October 7, 2022

From 7th October 2022 you will be able to obtain two new releases from my Bandcamp page.

The first is https://lagowski.bandcamp.com/album/sporogenesis – a five track extended experience of smooth club and electro beats, sprinkled with broken circuits and communications.

Lagowski ‘Sporogenesis’

The second is S.E.T.I.’s https://lagowski.bandcamp.com/album/m-ditations-sur-des-objets-astronomiques-nigmatiques – a two and a half hour journey through the Kuiper Belt, out into the further reaches of the Universe.

Factone (a.k.a. Fact Version One) streaming versions now available.

May 20, 2022

Limited S.E.T.I. CD-R now available

May 6, 2022

S.E.T.I. archive (live) recording from 22 years ago.

April 29, 2022

S.E.T.I. ‘OV_iSM’ limited CD-R detail update

April 26, 2022

I hope to have the next limited CD-R’s ready for release on May 6th 2022 via http://lagowski.bandcamp.com. There will be 50 hand-assembled copies. You can listen to an extract of the album via the link below, which is 16 bit stereo. The full album digital download will be 24 bit.

This is an image of the sticker that will be on the limited S.E.T.I. ‘OV_iSM’ CD-R

“We are all evil in some form or another. Are we not?” 

April 17, 2022

‘Danger! Robots and Melting!’ streaming options

April 3, 2022

Random Angstrøm Fog

January 15, 2022

Free neo-dub rework download

December 29, 2021


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