Two new releases on Dying For Bad Music. American Primitivism and Old Time Folk Ramblesread full post »
Good news for cassette tape lovers. Steve Palmer’s album “Unblinking Sun” is now available as C40 LoFi Cassette.read full post »
I am excited to premiere the new Dying For Bad Music releases over a new side project I started: First-Listen.com (beta). It’s designed to stream the full album and set a mood with short video loops. You don’t need to watch fancy full featured six minutes music video clips to get the artists intention. Get the message or get inspired in just 6 seconds. This is for the Vine Generation! The best experience will be on a desktop computer with any browser beside Internet Explorer. On mobile devices it will work as a image slideshow with sound, since these guys are not able to stream video and sound at the same time.read full post »
Imagine The Carter Family and Daniel Johnston are emigrating to Europe, taking with them only their instruments, their songs, and an old tape recorder. They end up in Northern Norway. That’s how you have to imagine C. Strøm’s music: American Folk in low-fidelity!read full post »
Dying For Bad Music is releasing a second track from Steve Palmer’s upcoming debut album “Unblinking Sun” (9/11/2014).
If you are into William Tyler’s or Cian Nugent’s recent work of blending American Primitivism with Cosmic Trip Trop then you are doing good to not miss this!
Bask in the rays of the Unblinking Sun as summer fades!
It’s now time to slowly unveil the coming releases here on Dying For Bad Music.
Steve Palmer is a young guitarist from Minneapolis, MN with a light obsession for John Fahey. Instead of plain acoustic guitar tunes, he comes up with a trippy psychedelic album that makes a great soundtrack to your late summer activities.
I am really pleased to announce two new releases on Dying For Bad Music for the end of Summer 2014.
C.Strøm from Norway with outsider and loner folk and Steve Palmer with a psychedelic trip through Fahey’s American Primitivism and NEU!‘s German Krautrockism.