Tuesday, 12 December 2017
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'The Extinct Suite'
'The Extinct Suite'
rare track available on bandcamp - 'now he dreams'
An instrumental piece by Steve Jansen, originally composed for inclusion on a Japanese label compilation promoting various album releases in 2001. This one-off track was never included on any official Jansen album release and, since the label has ceased to exist for a number of years, has not been available anywhere until now. Track remastering by Steve Jansen.
Latest album out now - The Extinct Suite
A reinterpretation of the more ambient and orchestral elements of ‘Tender Extinction’. Not a remix by any means, some familiar passages are woven together with additional pieces to create a suite of instrumentals lasting over 55 minutes as one single track. Ordering directly from Bandcamp is the most effective way of supporting the artist and will ensure you a signed physical copy (by request) as well as digital audio downloads of the entire album in various choices of format and a digital 'brochure' of the album artwork. Alternatively a digital download only may be purchased thus avoiding any shipping costs. Order here
Due to the limit of file sizes on Bandcamp the download version has been divided into two tracks, Part 1 & Part 2. This version will therefore not be as one continuous piece but instead split into two parts at a suitable point in the recording. To acquire one continuous recording please purchase the CD version. The download version will be included with your CD purchase.
Tasters from the album can be auditioned at sonicyard
Steve Jansen - Slope 2× Vinyl LP
The 10th anniversary vinyl release of Steve Jansen's debut album Slope. 180g 2×LP. Housed inside a gatefold sleeve. Cut at 45rpm for optimum audio quality. Full colour sleeve & labels. Shrink-wrapped. Comes with download code.
Expected to ship on or around April 14th.
tender extinction - digital album now available at major stores
Bandcamp (comes with a choice of file formats plus download artwork)
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