Available now for the low price of Five Canadian Dollars, you get five new Candle tracks which were written during February Album Writing Month 2015. These are songs that did not fit into the Moonscapes concept album & reflect different recording & compositional techniques then the usual Candle Modus Operati.
The mad genius that is Captain Vulpine! returns to haunt your dreams & waking moments with more tales of debauchery, woe, sea shanties & even a demon being released from the Pale. Argentavis Exponential is the third album from this maverick Portland songwriter (well, under this pseudonym anyway…). Written as part of the 2015 edition of February Album Writing Month, Argentavis Exponential drags the listener into the Captain’s wild world.
Though I have missed two deadlines, I’m now caught up. The April & May editions of Lightning Flash are now available to Candle Community members on Candle’s Bandcamp Site. They feature four new tracks (two tracks per release) that are a mix of old & new compositional methodologies.
Not a member of the Candle Community yet? You’re missing out… but you can change that right now by signing up on Candle’s Bandcamp Site.
I’m starting a new vein of posts whose purpose is to share the most interesting new songs & sonic experiements available. This first post in this new series will explore some remarkable avant-garde & experimental gems from this year’s February Album Writting Month challenge.
To start off, here are three great tunes that are the result of collaborations between two great FAWMers: Fuzzy & Mosley.
February & March have flown by in some sort of audible haze. The tide that is spring should be upon us here in the north, but an arctic vortex has allowed Old Man Winter to hang on for a few more weeks, much to the dismay of those congrgating inside the warm houses & offices of this hinterland.
While in the darkness, the experimental sounds of Candle once again emanate forth from the strange realms from whence they originate. February has come to be a very creative month while March has turned into a time to reflect, remix & rethink the raw creative inpulses recorded in those short days of February.