WASPREMIX Release date set for 11-11-11

The new remix EP from jazzsequence is done and ready for release.  The EP contains remixes by @Slighter and Plague artist @theRaygunGirls and was mastered at The Cell Studio in West Los Angeles.  This album will be the first-ever release that will be available to purchase on iTunes and Amazon (as well as Spotify and… (read more)

Free wallpaper download

Download our exclusive desktop wallpaper supporting jazzsequence & The Raygun Girls‘ cover of The Velvet Underground’s White Light/White Heat.  The art is a nod to the original 1968 album artwork, with our own interpretation.  Be sure to check out the free download of White Light/White Heat on viinyl.  The wallpaper comes in sizes suitable for widescreen,… (read more)

Remix Wasp and Be Featured on an EP/Remix Collection

We are having an open remix opportunity for jazzsequence‘s Wasp album.  Your submission could be featured on an upcoming EP or remix collection on Plague Music or a compilation on Shinto Records. Here’s the skinny Submissions can be in any genre and in any format All the included stems and clips can be used, or… (read more)

On the music front

Here’s what I’ve currently got going on the music front for me…I thought I’d list it all out since it’s not insignificant: Mixing/co-producing Synaptic Disturbance’s RPM2011 album This is sort of the first official Plague Music undertaking.  Working on this with Geoff from The Raygun Girls who has, thus far, succeeded in keeping me in… Continue reading On the music front

[RPM2011] Reflections on my 3rd completed RPM album

You can listen to my completed album at: http://alonetone.com/jazzsequence/pla… or the Blind Chaos track at: http://alonetone.com/blindchaos/track… Go to http://jazzsequence.bandcamp.com (after 3/1/2011) to download the album in high quality format(s) with full liner notes & artwork

A History of Bedroom Music Production — Part Three

So this is the third and final part chronicling the evolution of my music.  What started out as a fascination with synthesizers largely due to the shallow(er) learning curve turned into an avid interest in electronic and computer-generated music.  Ironically, digging into the history of electronic music sent me in the opposite direction, towards more… Continue reading A History of Bedroom Music Production — Part Three

notes on a new album

Things being tight in this economy, e & I decided not to buy anything for each other for Christmas but instead make things for each other.  The only thing I felt competent enough to make (without doing something lame like a website or a desktop wallpaper or something) was music, so I pushed out a… Continue reading notes on a new album