I mathematically figure out my best albums of 2013 using my last.fm account and a formula that divides listens by the number of tracks on the album.
Here’s a selection of media available from each record, from official channels obviously What were your favorite records of the year? Let me know in the comments.
1. Nine Inch Nails – Hesitation Marks
2. Queens of the Stone Age – …Like Clockwork
3. How to Destroy Angels – Welcome Oblivion
4. Neosignal – Raum und Zeit
5. Noisia – DmC Devil May Cry soundtrack
6. The Upbeats – Primitive Technique
7. Architect – Mine
8. Gary Numan – Splinter
9. Cloudeater – Purge
10. The New Regime – Exhibit A
Here’s a Spotify playlist of the whole list. Subscribe and shuffle!
Tricil is alive.
Harnessing a vital period of inspiration and creating something new.
First things first, I’m working on new music. I recently acquired an Ableton Push unit and I’m working on new music daily, which is a wonderful feeling. I haven’t been this inspired in years and I am taking Tricil back to where it belongs – pure electronics.
To celebrate, I’ve set my entire back catalogue (two EP’s and seven singles) pay-what-you-want on Bandcamp.
Download any of my song in any format at any price. Each bit of support goes right into the new album fund of recording and promotion. Think of this as my ghetto Kickstarter.
Thank you all so much for your support!
Last night at the Hijacking Music Festival, I sang, debuted two songs live, played some old SL material and had a great time!
Say What You Say:
Live Improv Jam:
Say What You Say
Sleeping Makes Everything Better
Six Steps Out
One Day Soon
Come Out Of It
You Are Fucking Dead To Me
Written in what seemed like a very tumultuous time in 2008 (it rather paled in comparison to the months and year ahead), End Of was a track that sat around for a while as a complete statement, seemingly needing something more – yet perfect in hindsight. Newly mastered by the venerable Pure Tone, this track is dedicated to my friend Matt Simpson.
I will be playing the Hijacking Music Festival this year on Saturday, December 8th along with a host of other greats including personal favorites Swank Sinatra, Jungol, and Nigredo!
This time around, I will be performing a 100% all-original TRICIL set spanning my entire career from 1998 to the present!
Expect some surprises and save some beer money for a TRICIL shirt as I’ll have a few on hand as well.