we are not very happy of announcing that, because of grave personal issues within the Technowagon crew, projects are frozen for the moment.
Anyway, we have a lot of ideas in mind, and lots of things that were already going on.
So, do not desperate, we will be back sooner than you might think!
Pech // toomanyworlds
The year is going to an end and we are going to release a three-tracks EP by Furtherset. The second one on Technowagon for him.
If you liked Old Quantum Theory, this will be really interesting for you. Tommaso, again stuck in advanced hypersurfaces, proposes to us two fresh tracks and a solid drone.
He couldn’t wait until the 31st of December (the release date, 2 weeks of exclusive on Beatport) and he uploaded a preview of the EP on soundcloud (here below you can find the player). So, you can have a taste of what we are talking about.
It seems that our podcast series is having a new dawn.
We are glad to present an our close friend Giesse under his alias Otolith (fb page). He produced for us a very interesting ambient podcast that we’ve really enjoyed.
You can find very often Giesse playing records at Serendipity in Foligno (IT). If you cannot reach Foligno, you should give a further look at this podcas. Pick up your headphones and start to cook, or simply to look at what is surrounding you and think about what you want. Trust us. Have fun.
We are proud to present the second episode of our serie of podcasts. Were you thinking that we had forgotten them?
It’s the time of Pech. He mixed for us many good pieces of dark plus-or-minus-annoying music. He also included in the podcast two tracks of upcoming Technowagon releases.
Aren’t you curious?
It is also time to answer this question: from where does toomanyworlds come?
From the Many-worlds interpretation, of course. Feel free to investigate by yourself and give your personal meaning to toomanyworlds.
Here’s the mixcloud player. You can also find the mix on the podcast section of this website.
We just want to let you know that our Pech/toomanyworlds/Peppa (follow him on twitter) moved to Groningen for doing a Master (in Theoretical Chemistry and Computa… yep, it seems serious stuff!).
Well, when he was writing his thesis, he came across the electron density 3D map. And the VMD program allowed him to choose a very familiar color. Do you know which is it?
Hint: just take a look at this picture (sorry for the poor quality but you can enlarge it simply clicking on it).
2nd (and acoustic) hint: cannot go wrong after this