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Music I’ve Created This Year

In terms of creating my own music, this year has been pretty fulfilling. This means that the next year, the amount of songs I will create will be doubled.

It has been years since I’ve discovered means of creating my own sounds and patterns and songs. I like to create hazardous, musical and weird patterns of noises that in the end become part of some electro, dubstep, drum-n-bass or break-beat piece.

I know I am my biggest fan – because only I can have so much fun when creating a part of a song and I listen to it millions of times before adding a new pattern next to it.

This year – the first official song I ever released was the remix of the Mortal Kombat theme.

Little by little I’ve added 16 more songs into a playlist of independent releases for this year – along with two EPs and a Mix-tape.

I always start with an idea – a simple sound that in a matter of seconds decides what genre the song will be. And then I am adding content as I go. Sometimes it takes a couple of hours to have the final product ready – sometimes it takes days. Sometimes the songs will never be finished – sometimes just a part of it will be used – that is how The Dub Tapes was created – with sample projects I mixed up together in a continuous dubstep mix.

You can listen the Mix-tape here:

These are the singles released this year:

And then I had this idea of a two short albums which I called the Legacy EP and Omen – 11 songs I really had fun working on.

Other than that I’ve created the music for my first video-game – ATOM – A Tale Of Madness. I’ve released one of the songs – the Fear Theme:

And for the last project of the year – the last release will be Kings – a dark drum-n-bass, neurofunk piece which I will publish on the last day of the year. The project is finished.


2020 will come with new sounds and patterns. Lots of them.

We’re Alive

Recently I sat for hours and listened to this amazing audio drama called We’re Alive. It’s about the zombie apocalypse, it’s free and it’s the greatest thing I’ve heard in my life.

It’s not your everyday undead tale, but a collection of drama, horror, crime, comedy and action elements. You can find it here – The Zombie Podcast.

From the first episode we deal with intensive drama and factual depictions through the eyes of the characters.

Sergeant Michael Cross is the one who involves us in the story. By his monologue he describes his life at the moment of the outbreak.

Later, he and his military intelligence comrades start the battle against the zombies.

While the episodes keep running, our heroes encounter many obstacles, rescue other survivors, deal with the hungry hordes and try to live as normal as possible.

They always have to explore the remains of the city to find out resources like food, drugs and munition.

The show has a great action-adventure atmosphere. When the survivors don’t fight with the undead, they must fight for their belongings because other “survivors” want to conquer their territory.

There are 18 episodes structured into 2 seasons [til this moment]. Every episode has three parts. From the beginning it gets you addictive and with every episode, the story is developing – becoming more intense and more interesting. The ending of each episode leaves a wide space for interpretations and a sense of wanting to know more.

You can find additional details at the Zombie Podcast Wiki.