Super excited to share the news - the uber-cool electronic act of Matt Ossen, called Type001, has just joined our little family of ear-twisting musical misfits at Glim Records. Type001's newest album Finished Business, which I have had the intense pleasure of previewing, will be released shortly. Expect a very diverse, complex, and intelligent audio experience, with some leanings towards contemporary X Marks the Pedwalk type compositions, but in a style all his own.
Matt Ossen and I first got acquainted when we were both signed to DSBP Records, and I've kept a close ear on his musical output ever since. He's been a favorite remixer on several of my recent Testube releases, and he is sure to bring lots of experience and creativity to our cooperative style record label. It's an honor to have him join us in at Glim. Welcome, Matt! keep reading »
I have decided to join forces with Jonathan Chalker (from LowHero.DLL) to launch a new record label - Glim Records. Initially, we will use it as a channel for releasing our own music, but we may branch out and include releases from like-minded musicians at some point in the future. Our business model is very flexible and we are investigating new audio products and content delivery ideas. keep reading »
I have lots of exciting developments planned for Testube in 2008. First and foremost, I have been very busy in the studio working on new music. I was hoping to have a CD single or EP completed by the end of the year, but I've been fighting off a nasty sinus infection of some sort and there will be a short delay. It's just too difficult to mix and master when you can't hear properly. keep reading »
I contacted Tommy T. yesterday to inform him that I have withdrawn Testube from the DSBP roster. Unfortunately, it was part of a reply to one of his "sheeple" rants, and I said a few things that I probably shouldn't have. It's a shame that I had to leave the label on a sour note, but I have this nasty little tendency to let things bottle up over time and then unleash the poison tongue. For that, I am sorry. keep reading »