Tech Support has released 40 new tracks on Bandcamp’s surprise EP.
It contains previously unreleased songs from 2016 to 2022 and is currently available for £5.
After sharing the news on Instagram this week, his listeners flocked to welcome the new music, describing him as a “tune factory” and praising his “incredible work ethic.”
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“I’ve been stuck in a bit of a rut creatively for the last year or so, sitting on maybe 100 unfinished demos, unfinished and not really sure what to do. said the producer mixed mug“Having scoured different labels to make an EP, waiting a year to release it, then another year to get paid, doesn’t seem like they’ll be heard anytime soon. It’s like a 3/4 tracker, but 10x.”
I personally found the process of compiling an EP to be cathartic. It allowed him to recognize his sound and strengths in his writing ability.
“I don’t tend to stick to one genre, which can sometimes cause an identity crisis. Genres,” he continued. “I think it’s natural, as a producer, to make a lot of different music that doesn’t necessarily fit the style you’re trying to promote. I enjoy listening to weird music just for my own enjoyment.” As often happens, I end up releasing more straight music, putting up club records while other records are sitting on my hard drive collecting dust, this is the album It felt like a great way to release a record without doing something equally tedious and lengthy.”
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If the prospect of diving into 40 songs first is intimidating, tech support recommends ‘Third Sketch Cycle’ as one to explore, citing it as his favorite on record. There was more ambient stuff, so it made it feel more natural,” he explained. “DAWs are great for knocking out club bangers, but I wanted something specific so I wouldn’t overdo the song. Doing it in a DAW would be too tedious and add too much. Model Cycles 1 We did take recordings and just had fun, too much to add anything else.”
“I worry if I don’t release music constantly, so even if I haven’t made music for at least a year, I can say that I have released 40 songs in 2023!” he joked.
The ‘2016 – 2022’ EP is currently available on Bandcamp. You can also check out the clips for each track here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor. twitter