Wednesday, July 13, 2016

[Atmosphere Music Library] - VA - Short Cuts, Jingles 3

Atmosphere Music Library - atmos 020 - VA - Short Cuts, Jingles 3

Here's some love/hate 80s midi-pop for you to check out. 

The list of composers is loong...
Murray Munro, John Molloy, Tom Blades, Martin Lawrence, John Griggs, Dave Hewson, Luis Jardim, Tony Sadler, Gaynor Sadler, Jamie Kaleth, Richard Thomas, Jan Pulsford, Geoff Leach, Gil Slavin, Carlos Miranda, Martin Cook and R. Bos.

Monday, June 27, 2016

[Coloursound] - Christian Chevallier - Trailers, Signatures, Underscores

Coloursound - cs 36 - Christian Chevallier - Trailers, Signatures, Underscores

Another gap-filler, here's a jolly Coloursound by Christian Chevallier and John Tender, a moniker of Coloursound-founder, Gunter Greffenius. Enjoy it!

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

[Sonoton] - John Epping - Testimony To The Past Vol.2

Sonoton - son 284 - John Epping - Testimony To The Past Vol.2, Old Cultures, Arts & Sceneries

Would surely have deserved a better rip than this. John Epping is one of the many monikers of Sonoton-founder, Gerhard Narholz. Sparse and wonderful, it's strange that this one hasn't surfaced yet. Enjoy it!

Thursday, May 19, 2016

[Bridget Music] - Groupe Hypertension - Machination

Bridget Music - bm 30.205 - Groupe Hypertension - Machination

Here's one for the completist. Composers are Jean-Claude Pierric, Georges Lartigau, Yvon Rioland and José Souc.

Friday, May 13, 2016

[Capitol Production Music] - Jack Mayborn - Identity

Capitol Production Music - pro 20 - Jack Mayborn - Identity

A few pr0n-tunes, alongside some brassy flamboyant disco for you to enjoy here.


Sunday, January 24, 2016

[Charles Talar Records] - Alan Feanch & Cecil Wary - Flash Themes

Charles Talar Records - ct 2 004 - Alan Feanch & Cecil Wary - Flash Themes

Servus! Time for some posting. Here's another sombre one from Charles Talar, enjoy!

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

[Capitol Production Music] - Tom Elliot - Computer/Technical Work

Capitol Production Music - mm 11 - Tom Elliot - Computer/Technical Work

I expected strange futuristic stuff here, but no. Nice nevertheless.