Archive for November, 2005

Keeping you up to date

Monday, November 28th, 2005

Got a little bit of good news for you – Leonard’s Lair, a music site over in the U.K., was kind enough to give ‘Capacity’ a review rating of ‘Quite Good’ last week – Here’s the link. In other news, Capacity will be added soon to the playlist over at StaticBeats internet radio during their next update. I’ll let you know when that’s officially official.

Also, I’m in the process of building my own server. It won’t replace the great hosting by FutureQuest that I use for this site – More to complement this site’s presence with additional media.. Perhaps a podcast/radio stream (featuring the incredible talent profiled daily via In-Tune), downloads or even video. Keep an eye out for some cool new features! As always, I am open to suggesstions so, if there’s something you’d like to see in the site, drop me an email.

Capacity available at iTunes

Thursday, November 10th, 2005

Capacity is now available via Apple‘s iTunes Music store. Now, you’re able to download individual tracks as well as the whole album. Check it out here! Need iTunes?

Capacity blogcasted over at Voyager Radio

Monday, November 7th, 2005

Yesterday I was blogged about by Charsson of Voyager Radio / Tempo of the Down. If you aren’t familiar, “‘Tempo of the Down’ is VoyagerRadio’s current podcast and audio stream, showcasing the best downtempo in the universe.” Previously, in the early spring, he had used ‘Home’ off of Musical Snapshot of Life for his first edition of Tempo of the Down, (you can download that session here). So I sent him a copy of ‘Capacity‘ and I’m happy he enjoyed it enough to blog about it. Be sure to add Tempo of the Down’s feed to your favorite podcast/rss program, (or if you use iTunes) he should be releasing the latest session sometime soon.

Also, I found out recently that ‘Sam Awry’ won the ‘Best Mood in Electronica’ award over at Garageband.com for the week of October 24th. Very very cool, so far the reviews coming in for that song have been mostly positive and it seems to be climbing it’s way through the charts. If you’re a member, go on and do some reviews – maybe you’ll get lucky and can review ‘Sam Awry’ 🙂