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"The 3am Music" now 'name your price'

Hi all,

I'm trying an experiment:

I've just set the price of my record from last summer, "The 3am Music"
to "name your price" on bandcamp. That means you can download it for
free if you want. If you want to pay for it, you can do that too. If
you don't want it at all, well, I suppose that's ok too... I guess.

Here's the link: http://mattdavignon.bandcamp.com/album/the-3am-music

And here's the little blurb I wrote about it, changed to 1st person:
With "The 3am Music", I wanted to gather a collection of my most
focused and delicate recordings, inspired by the sorts of very subtle
experimental electronic music I enjoy listening to in the tiny hours
of the morning. (I should make a list of these recordings, for
sharing.) Each of the 7 tracks revolves around the theme of sleep -
the disorienting feeling of falling in and out of consciousness, the
fractured narratives of dreams, the events inside one's room, and the
muted evidence of the outside world. Like the previous few releases,
all the sounds are made from processing the live sounds of a drum
machine, but it's not beat-oriented music.

Also, on the list of records on the right-hand side, the EP's
"Charcoal" and "Yellow" are also 'Name your price'. Both of these
pre-date my work with drum machines. "Charcoal" is a remix of an
earlier record called "5 Spots", but it's intended to be a stand-alone
release. "Yellow" features the processed sounds of a cheap casio
keyboard, with ideas that were later used in the drum machine stuff.

Matt Davignon
New release "The 3am Music": http://mattdavignon.bandcamp.com
Podcast! http://ribosomematt.podomatic.com