Circuithead info announcement 9/19
A couple of days ago I promised some info on my big followup of sleet, Circuithead, and here it is. Some of you might not have picked up what Circuithead is, but trust me, it’ll be big.
I’ve been preparing for this album since the day I released Sleet and everything is still in the process of planning, writing, and simply just thinking. An incredible amount of work has been done but we are far from finished. I’m ever so lucky to have with me, on this project, a handfull of great musicians, great partners and amazing friends. Even though so little has been publicly announced, I would already like to thank everyone that is helping me out in any way, though they might not even know they’re contributing. From my point of view you are all a bigger part of this project than myself.
With that said I’d like to present the first official round of Circuithead info! Huzzah
- Every track will be written and produced in Renoise 2.8
- I’m in charge of both the writing process, recording process and mastering process, so all complaints about too little dubstep should be directed to me by mail.
- On two of the tracks I am EVER SO FUCKING LUCKY AND GRATEFUL to have with me the utterly amazing vocalist Live-Andrea Gjessen Rasch. She will also contribute with lyrics to some point, but all lyrics are primarily written by me.
- Circuithead will be released on my bandcamp page (Kubbi.bandcamp.com) and will be free, only with the option to donate a self-determined amount of money (“pay what you want”). If you so wish to donate any amount of money I am forever grateful.
- In not too long there will be released a teaser / single from Circuithead which I hope will have a good promotional effect. When it comes to general promoting of this album I would be honored if I saw people doing an effort to help us reach the next level.
- Album art will once again be done by the amazingly awesome Jonathan Kruschke, who also did the album art for Sleet.
Now for the big one: