painted coda’s third album, titled Eternity, is finally released! The album contains tracks that I have originally written as far back as almost 5 years ago as well as tracks newly written just a few months ago. Musically, it’s a progressive rock album with some catchy “pop-ish” influence (a lot more than the previous releases). … More painted coda – “Eternity” is released
I know, I haven’t posted in a while, but here’s a great quote from composer Helmut Lachenmann that I must post: Art should be understood, and enjoyed, as a world that hasn’t been infected by commercialism. The whole interview is very interesting. You can read this interview with the master here: https://van-us.atavist.com/lachenmann
I am very happy to announce that painted coda’s second album, titled asleep, is now available! The album clocks at 67 minutes in total (that’s over an hour of delicious prog/experimental rock music!), and includes some of the best materials I have written to date. The full tracklisting is as follows: 1. entrance – 01:07 … More “asleep” – second album is out!
Here it is: an “enhanced” version of painted coda’s first album Songs from the Dark from 2015! I have re-recorded most of the vocals and remastered all tracks, and I do believe that they sound better now :) The album cover has also been altered a little bit to distinguish this from the first version. … More Songs from the Dark (2016 version)
Hello again :) I have been working on the new album whenever I have the chance, and I would like to announce that painted coda’s second album will be released in either March or early April (if all goes well, hopefully). The album will be titled asleep, and will feature a total of 10 tracks: … More Second album update & tracklisting
Happy New Year!……..it’s a little late for that, I know. The last post I made was 2 months ago; sorry for being so inactive! I have some updates, for those who are still reading this blog. I have finished writing the music and most of the lyrics for painted coda’s second album. It will be … More February Update
When I first discovered Helmut Lachenmann’s music, my ears didn’t know what to do. There is not much that can be considered “conventional” in his works. Nevertheless, I believe that Lachenmann is a very important composer of our time (his birthday was actually just 2 days ago, on November 27th). This disc here from the … More Current Listening: Lachenmann’s String Quartets from Arditti Quartet