Posts Tagged ‘new album’

New Album Coming up Soon

Hey guys, I haven’t had the chance to work on NESessity songs for a while, so I’m going to take some time and work on a small EP album.
The album will incorporate raw rage with bleep and blorps, and should be about 4-5 songs max.

Thanks for reading!


What I’ve Been Up To.

Apart from planning of overthrowing the government, I’ve been up to other things as well believe it or not. You probably don’t care that much (hahaha), but I’ll tell you anyway. Academics have been chomping a huge amount of my time and I haven’t been able to keep this blog as consistent. My NESessity work has also suffered from this. Imagine a huge pacman chomp, chomping on my time! But anyway, we’ll get there eventually!

There’s been a few new things that I’ve been considering lately, and things I wanted to announce. One is with respect to, and the other is for upcoming work.


There has beenĀ  a recent change with the service as you may have noticed. They require you to pay certain amount of money in order to use the radio feature. This however conflicts with my idea of uploading my material on their site with non-profit terms. I don’t want people to pay for music such as mine, which is uploaded for free. I’m still thinking over the actions I will take, but it will be highly likely that I will remove everything from and upload elsewhere (unless they implement some radio system that may play you free artists, but I highly doubt they will do such a thing). Needless to say that my music will ALWAYS be free (no matter where hosted).

Upcoming Work:

I aim to have completed two albums by the end of September/October. I can’t say much of them in the current momment, but I can guarantee that I’ve learned a lot since my last release, and that these albums will most probably amuse you. Both of them will be conceptual and should consist of 15 songs each (or more). One of the albums will be a collaboration with David Shute, author of Swilcast, and the other will be with ZZombieZ There will be a lot of effort put into these albums so please look forward for them!

Thank you for reading,

Chip on,