Rigaroga’s Odd Order Anthology Album 2018 – BIT NIBBLE BYTE

GIT COMMIT GLITCH, the 2017 album from the Odd Order Anthology project is now released for immediate digital download.

Odd Order Anthology 2018 BIT NIBBLE BYTE

 

Please join Rigaroga and the Odd Order in promoting these artists who have contributed their work to this benefit anthology album project. Please also spread the word about these anthology albums to people you think may be interested in the work of artists who are inspired by technology and geek culture.

This is the third release from the Odd Order Anthology project. Consider picking up the digital download of this album to help support the continued geekery of Rigaroga and the Odd Order!

 

 

The full tracklist for the 2018 anthology album consists of 5 tracks by 4 artists:

  1. Chris StibranyAttic 02:50
  2. Ace of SpaceHouse Spider 02:59
  3. relayerWe Are Anonymous 03:14
  4. Chris StibranyShiny Cars 01:39
  5. Robert FurtkampThe Unspeakable Plan 07:38

 

BIT NIBBLE BYTE, the one and only issue for 2018 from the Odd Order Anthology Project, is a tight but mighty playlist of 5 tracks by 4 artists, new and returning voices for this issue.

Please join Rigaroga and the Odd Order in promoting these artists who have contributed their work to this benefit anthology album project. Please also spread the word about these anthology albums to people you think may be interested in the work of artists who are inspired by technology and geek culture.

The best way to add this anthology, as well as previous releases and future Odd Order albums, to your personal music collection is through the Patron campaign at Patreon. New Patrons receive a gratis download code for a previous anthology release of their choice in addition to all the other patronage rewards they may receive. Consider becoming a Patron today!

Odd Order is a place for Rigaroga and friends to explore and share geekery without gravitas, the arts & letters & whatevers of geekery and nerdy mishegoss.

I encourage you to check out Rigaroga’s Odd Order, if you haven’t already, as that’s the reason this project exists.

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Production by John Griogair Bell

All songs used with permission. All rights reserved.

The Unspeakable Plan

 

The Unspeakable Plan
(Furtkamp)

 

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was God. And in those sounds, the proto-sounds that came out of the void, the first form from formlessness, there is beauty.

Music for me has always been a spiritual pursuit — before I ever picked up an instrument, I found the ever-living spirit of the void in a fountain pen. And as I wrote, and read the works of Crowley and Spare and whatever a young man could scrounge before the Internet was young, words began to fail at times to convey the spirit of the Voice in the Void.

It wasn’t about verse-chorus-verse or format or key or even a definite note — if the Voice wanted to speak in those terms, it would just use words. But there were things I found, things I woke up with dancing in between my ears, that would not stop until I committed them to tape, that led to years of work with “automatic music”, the equivalent of automatic writing or drawing but with sound.

Sometimes it’s harsh, sometimes it’s beautiful. Sometimes the Angel sings. And sometimes it’s smaller than the moment and bigger than me. Hook up the recorder, plug in an instrument, hit record, bell, book, and candle, and it’s there.

The best things that come from my hands and my lips and my eyes aren’t mine. I don’t dare claim them as anything but the literal product of the Work. Even as my body has failed me and blessed formlessness is near, the Voice and the music and the echo is there.

These days I am a magician and musician and dreamer, mystic and idiot, effectively locked away from the world by the curse of failed flesh, but in the Voice and the sound and the music, I am free.

I have played absolutely free for twenty years — I have only broken this rule once, just to break it. I do not play covers or set songs or even my own material twice. It is a thing of the moment, living, breathing, dying, and remaining as a record of that thing, that intent. It is a sigil of the pain, the joy of existence, the sound of the moment.

It is generally recorded live or as live as it can be given that there are times when to satisfy the piece and the moment I cannot clone myself. Overdubs are limited to complete passes and what I call “pseudo-live” in that it’s “use what’s committed to record” or “scrap the whole thing” to prevent losing the moment in the pursuit of perfection.

If at all possible, I record live in one pass, 24 tracks available at a time to allow me to focus on performance rather than mixing (and to use totally wet processing where needed live, not in post production).

Robert Furtkamp

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Odd Order Anthology 2018 BIT NIBBLE BYTE
Rigaroga’s Odd Order Anthology Album – BIT NIBBLE BYTE

Shiny Cars

 

Shiny Cars
(Stibrany)

A kind of tribute to those electronica artists I grew up with back in the 90’s. A mix of Aphex Twin, Alec Empire and old Dutch hardcore. Flashy cars or at least very loud ones, driving through the old Dutch benighted streets, blaring their noise for all to hear.

 

Raised for half of his life in The Netherlands and Germany , Chris also spent much time studying and working in Japan and Korea. After many various jobs and a short time in the Army, he currently resides with his wife in Colorado. Besides magick and meditation with a focus on Thelema, his hobbies are reading (fiction (horror, sci fi, classic lit), history, metaphysics/occult) playing the drums, and hiking and swimming.

Chris Stibrany Terborgh my summer home

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House Spider

 

House Spider
(Ace of Space/Paul Le Hat)

A previously unreleased track

 

Discontent is unavailable …

One man wave of cinematic electronica from Northumbria. Has so far produced five full length albums.

Whatever it means to Ace of Space it means capturing the moment, just like taking a photograph or snapshot, in musical terms. These eclectic collections are a mixture of old school electronica and guitar instrumentals and atmospheric soundtrack work.

Ace of Space

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Attic

 

Attic
(Stibrany)

Those thoughts you thought you had removed. Those memories you thought were long gone. But like a bad penny, the sickness and dust in your old mind come crawling back. The decay creeps to the forefront of your ego and you realise you can never truly exorcise the events that meant so much to your development.

 

Raised for half of his life in The Netherlands and Germany , Chris also spent much time studying and working in Japan and Korea. After many various jobs and a short time in the Army, he currently resides with his wife in Colorado. Besides magick and meditation with a focus on Thelema, his hobbies are reading (fiction (horror, sci fi, classic lit), history, metaphysics/occult) playing the drums, and hiking and swimming.

Chris Stibrany Terborgh my summer home

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Rigaroga’s Odd Order Anthology Album – BIT NIBBLE BYTE

Paint the Future

New trailer for Chevy Ray’s Ikenfell featuring the track Paint the Future. Also, apparently, I’ve been mispronouncing this game title? Oops.

With a brand new song by Aivi Tran & Surasshu!
Vocals & lyrics by Sammus!

In this turn-based RPG with a tactical twist, you’ll explore a vast magic school full of colorful characters, monsters, puzzles, and mysteries!

Soundscapes from the Underground

Soundscapes from the Underground, presented by Ratking, written & produced by Satyr Productions, is a new release that may be of interest.

Hear me, Paladins! Come hither, mighty Barbarians! Eyes to me, Rangers, Rogues, Priests, and Mages! Tary, please, and stay with me a while as I play for you a melody of subterranean adventure. The sounds of underground seas teaming with vicious finned and many-teethed water beasts. Moaning stones that reflect the sounds of dwarven craft, deep Stygian voids which obscure the most terrible and unmentionable of dark and evil things, and the muted, grating sound of chains being drug across the craggy jagged floors of some unseeable, unknowable depth. Close your eyes and do your best to keep your wits as I sing to you the Soundscapes of the Underground.

This 36-track album contains over 10-hours of enemy-, mood-, and location-specific music meant to enhance your underground campaigns and immerse your players in the game. Written and Produced entirely by Satyr Productions and released in partnership with Rat King Games, this first foray into tabletop gaming music is intended to be the first of many and is offered to the fantasy role-playing community as proof we can deliver some of the best sound in the business. If well-received, more will follow. Enjoy!

A NOTE ON USE: If you’re a streamer and you want to use this music in your game, we only request that you credit us. We repeat: if you buy this album, you can use it to make other things. There are SOME very reasonable restrictions. They are outlined in the license agreement included in your purchase. Please read it.

KLF

KLF: Chaos Magic Music Money by J M R Higgs isn’t hardcore history and reads a bit like a magazine article in tone and tempo, but it’s got a lot of history I didn’t know about, both directly and tangentially related to KLF, especially around Discordianism, that I found very interesting, and it was a timely read for the resurfacing of the group this year.

I made 258 highlights.

Originally posted on my personal blog at KLF