The FLAC is one continuous file to preserve the live feel and audience reaction between songs.
This torrent also has a folder with all the individual sections as MP3s.
Also includes lyrics, artwork, and torrents of all previous BipTunia albums in lossless FLAC.
If you need a torrent program, we use and recommend qBittorrent.
This is a double album
Album release Date: November 1, 2019.
Run Time: 90 minutes.
- Maudlin Pentatonic Fish Cake Scale
- Fitch’s Theory
- Synaptic Location Overwrite
- Erratic Action Otter
- Seated Buffoon Kelvin
- Free Time Requiem for the Past
- And That’s What’s Final
The microtonal song on this album is Maudlin Pentatonic Fish Cake Scale.
It uses 5 edo, PentaTetra 3, plus Indonesian Slendro. (As well as normal ol’ 12-tone equal temperament.)
Q. What kind of music is it?
A. It will appeal to fans of Gary Numan, Brian Eno, Pink Floyd, Tangerine Dream, David Bowie, Fugazi, The Doors, Depeche Mode, Jim Carroll, Frank Zappa, Sonic Youth, Robert Fripp, Blondie, The Residents, Kraftwerk, Terry Riley, The Last Poets, Ministry, Velvet Acid Christ, Butthole Surfers, Giorgio Moroder, Front Line Assembly, Led Zeppelin, Suicide, Marilyn Manson, Helios Creed, Chrome, Dead Kennedys, Devo, Blue Öyster Cult, Yes, Genesis, Aphex Twin, The Kinks, ELP, Syd Barrett, and Nine Inch Nails.
Q. No, really, what STYLE of music is it?
A. Hard to say, and doesn’t “fit in a box.” It’s often many styles on an album, and sometimes different styles in the same song. And some styles there isn’t a name for, that I invented.
If you have to put a title on it, it can include different flavors of electronic music, including; Darkwave, Synthwave, Industrial, Synth Punk, Downtempo, Trip-Hop, Minimalism, Experimental Electronic, Minimal / Deep Tech. None of that even fits a lot of BipTunia’s music. I call BipTunia “NOTA electronic music.”
This music covered by the BipCot NoGov license, v1.2
This allows use and re-use by anyone except governments and government agents.
Please see license for remix info and publishing info.
BipTunia is mostly head music more than dance music. But it is body music, i.e. it’s head music that has a physical effect and makes you tingly and groovy and wiggly, even if you’re in a big fluffy beanbag chair with headphones on. Also, sounds best on a system that also features a good subwoofer and subwoofer amp.