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My music added to iTunes, Beats, Tidal and more

April 7, 2015  |  Blog, Music

I have been using the excellent music distribution service Distrokid for a couple of years. Once in a while they add more stores and streaming services that you can put your music on, but I somehow never seem to find time to actually do that, until a couple of days ago..

Now almost all releases on my label XAKK are or will be available on Amazon, Beats, Deezer, Google Play, iTunes, Rdio, Spotify, Tidal and YouTube.

Listen to my EPs Rework Vol 1 and 2

September 18, 2014  |  Blog, Music

The release date on the major streaming sites has been set for tomorrow friday but I decided to do a sneak release on Soundcloud. So here they are. Rework Vol 1 and 2. Both EPs are made up of previously unreleased tracks from around 1999 to 2003. At the time I wanted to do a third full length album but I somehow never really got around to finish enough good tracks. A while ago I decided to remaster and reproduce some of them, and the result are these two EPs. Enjoy!

New track added to my SoundCloud page

June 21, 2014  |  Blog, Music

For a while now I have been working on refurbishing some of my older and previously unreleased tracks. When I’m done I plan to release them as two EPs. One with some Electronica tunes and the other with the more banging Progressive House, Tech House stuff. I have uploaded one of the tunes that will part of the latter EP and it’s called FGP. Some of you that have been following me for 10-15 years may remember it as Future Gene Pool. Originally made in 2003, but never properly released. Anyway.. This is pounding Tech House / Progressive House / Techno. Deep deep bass on this one.

Check it out and don’t forget to listen to my other music on soundcloud.com/knatter.

The sounds of the LXR drum synthesizer

February 4, 2014  |  Blog, Music

Sonic Potions LXR

So what does the LXR actually sound like? Too show you, I just recorded some loops that I made last weekend. The sounds on this demo uses a mixture of imported samples (from TR707/808/909) and sounds synthesized live on the LXR. This is a pretty straight forward basic demo with not much manipulation of the sounds. I’ll try to add some more demos in the future with examples of the digital madness you can cram out of this baby.

Check out the LXR on www.sonic-potions.com