For the first time in nearly a year, I’ve got a brand new song finished and up on Bandcamp! The song, “Pavane,” is a slow, melancholy, electronic dance, although many have described it more as “spooky” than anything else. In any case, it’s been getting really good reviews, so I hope you’ll take the time to grab a copy for yourself at this Bandcamp link.
The version that’s on Bandcamp is actually the second revision of the song. I posted the first version up on SoundCloud as a test to get feedback. Like I said, I hadn’t written a new song in almost a year, mainly due to the number of illnesses and hospitalizations I’ve had to deal with, and I wanted to make sure my composition chops were in shape. Sure enough, I’d made a few errors that required a new mix and a remaster, which I got done along with the cover art just in time for April’s Bandcamp Friday post by Cherry Audio (they’d promised to include me in their social post and their Feature post for the week). The reason they included me was that I composed the song using nothing but Cherry Audio’s Mercury-6 synth – ten instances of it, mind you, but still. 🙂
(If you haven’t figured it out by now, I like Cherry Audio synths. And you should too.)
In any case, “Pavane” is still up for sale on Bandcamp, and I encourage you to buy a copy. Proceeds will go toward getting more music written. 🙂