I've released a lot of albums. A few of them--Where My Nose Ends And Space Begins, Languageless, split (w/ ishcabittle), even Tape Machine Feels--really feel to me like they have an identifying "mandala eyes" mark on them, and I think they're in line with who I am as an artist as well as where I'd like to go artistically in the future. Other releases, though--like the electronic EPs long ago, in the future and polysynthetic, or the somewhat underthought Now Here in Nowhere--feel more tangential to me. I'm glad I made those records, as they were fun, I enjoy them, and I learned something from them; but at the same time I don't really feel that they match up with who I am or where I want to go artistically. They feel a bit out of place, and I think they make my catalog more confusing than it needs to be.
Lately I've felt the need to simplify things, to cut away dead weight, move on, and focus on improving as I head into the future. So I've decided to remove those tangential albums from my Bandcamp and other stores.
Now Here in Nowhere; long ago, in the future; polysynthetic; A Balance of Imbalances (single); and all three Life albums (Living, Dying and Flows) will be gone soon. Note that the handmade cassette editions of the Life albums (pictured) will also be unavailable. So if you want to hang on to any of those releases, go download/order a copy now. Thanks for appreciating my work so much.
To the future,
♥ ∞ Alex