I've released two new albums on Bandcamp in the past few weeks. The first is an ambient album, the soundtrack to a short film I co-wrote with my friend, Nathaniel Hughes, called "Tomorrow." The second album is Glass, the Wall's Ghost, a direct (and also self-titled) follow-up to 2013's Glass, the Wall's Ghost. The music, as on the first album, is maybe dark pop, or dream pop, or something, and includes some rock things, some light acoustic stuff, a classical piano piece, and even an extra-special non-hidden hidden death metal track \m/ \m/.
I wrote and recorded the music at home, sang and played all the instruments. No MIDI, no samples, no drum machines, no auto-tune (which may prove painfully obvious). It took about a year and a half of spare time to record/mix. The cover image is by my wonderfully talented daughter Maya's wonderfully talented mother, Carrie LaMacchia.
Also, here is a review of the first Glass, the Wall's Ghost album at buffaBLOG. Thanks to Dan Bauer for his kind words.
Thank you for listening…