Monday, February 19, 2018

Performer Magazine!




Pretty excited to see U.S. musician's resource Performer Magazine giving Videogram's Test Subject 011 7" a shout-out on both Facebook and Instagram today! Review coming in the next issue. More info here.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Two Headed Dog!



I'm excited to announce that you can order my Test Subject 011 7" on SelectaVision via Two Headed Dog in the U.S.! The two-track 7" - with a bonus intro - features the title track that recently appeared on Rue Morgue's They Came From Rue Morgue horror synth compilation, and an Italo Disco-influenced B side - both drawing inspiration from Netflix' Stranger Things series!

Two Headed Dog are dedicated to providing the very best in classic and contemporary experimental music and rare soundtrack releases committed to vinyl, compact disc and cassette. They specialize in titles that can't be found on most websites or in your local retailer, and aim to provide fair prices, prompt and courteous email replies to inquiries and a fine selection of goods to be bought and sold. Order your copy here.

Monday, January 29, 2018

"Test Subject 011" 7" available via Bandcamp!


New week and I'm excited to announce that my Stranger Things-themed Test Subject 011 7" on SelectaVision is now available via Bandcamp

You heard the title track on SomaFM, Krypton Radio and Rue Morgue's They Came From Rue Morgue digital compilation! "Tight 'n' tense", "laced with a retro Moroderesque back beat", "groovy and damn good!" (Cinema Retro), the 7" "totally embodies the otherworldly sci-fi eeriness of the show and characters, both in sounds and in it’s artwork" (Popcorn Horror), and offers an "upbeat sensation that has that synthesizer sound from the old school highlight days" (Yeah, I Know It Sucks).

The two-track 7" single (with bonus intro) is pressed on black vinyl at 45 rpm for maximum audio punch, housed in a white inner sleeve, and wrapped in a two-color sleeve printed with gloss finish to enhance the artwork.

Purchasing the 7" includes a bonus download of the four-track digital EP! Order yours (€10/$12.40, plus ship) here!


Monday, January 15, 2018

Psilowave!


Just received confirmation and am excited to announce that, if you're in the UK, you can now order my Test Subject 011 7" on SelectaVision via Psilowave! The two-track 7" features the title track that recently appeared on Rue Morgue's They Came From Rue Morgue horror synth compilation, and an Italo Disco-influenced B side - both drawing inspiration from Netflix' Stranger Things series!

Psilowave are Old Skool specialists in Soundtracks and Film Scores (especially Horror and Sci-Fi), Electro, Ambient, Electronica, and all things psychedelic. Hard copy enthusiasts dealing in luxury pressings, rarities and limited editions, they trade in both new and used product, with every title in stock carefully curated to fit within the culture and the ethos of the label. Order your copy here.

Friday, December 15, 2017

Triple Trailer Treat!




To paraphrase UK cult TV series The Young Ones: Have we got a video? Videogram's got the videos! Check out the three faux trailers for I Warned You Not to Go Out Tonight, Subway Stalker, and Regina dei Cannibali End Titles, streaming now! 

Originally appearing on the Lunchmeat VHS​ Fanzine tape back in 2015, the videos have been updated with the remixed and remastered tracks that appear on the Videogram Redux album. 

Check them out on Bandcamp​ at https://videogram.bandcamp.com/video, or get the full seven-minute Triple Trailer Treat VHS experience in all its lo-fi glory via my official YouTube channel here!

Saturday, December 9, 2017

All-new "Test Subject 011" review!


Head on over and check out UK's Yeah I Know It Sucks' review of my Stranger Things-inspired digital EP/7" Test Subject 011!

Summing it up as "much less gory or horrific", the EP's "more like a upbeat sensation that has that synthesizer sound from the old school highlight days", noticing the slight Donna Summer vibe (the Moog-esque bass synth pattern of Test Subject 011 is directly inspired by her Giorgio Moroder collaboration I Feel Love.)

Adding that "dancing happened" while listening to Dr Brenner and its "fanatic groove", Hawkins National Laboratory (Outro) is "massive" and "almost classical" in its style, "ready to impress anyone that sucked it up", the review is wrapped up with a recommendation to purchase the 7" version on SelectaVision.

Read the Yeah I Know It Sucks review in full here.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

RetroSynth!


Check it out: My video for Test Subject 011 is now hosted by RetroSynth! Check it out on their official YouTube channel here and make sure to give their Facebook page a like here! Many thanks for the support, guys!

Speaking of which: With less than 30 days left of the Qrates campaign there are now less than half of the buy direct pre-orders available! Stores like Two Headed Dog and Psilowave will carry it, but if you wanna support SelectaVision directly, you can do so by ordering your copy here