My latest album, Down to Dusk: Rural Sounds Volume 2, has been getting some great feedback! I wanted to share it here to express my gratitude for everyone who has taken the time to listen and share their thoughts.
I’m ecstatic to tell you that “August Spies” from my new album debuted on the Below Zero show’s top ten chart at #1 last week, and “Getaway” at #7! Below Zero and DJ Mason Rothert have long been supporters of my music, for which I’m extremely grateful, but this was still a great surprise. On last week’s show, #445, they played three songs from Down to Dusk, back to back. You should check it out. The play some really great chillout and downtempo music, and I think you’ll really enjoy it.
My new album, Down to Dusk: Rural Sounds Volume 2 is out now!
Seven years after my debut album, Boom Bap Sunrise, I’m excited to announce this new 7-song release of downtempo and chillout music called Down to Dusk. Check out a preview below:
This album is very much a follow up to Rural Sounds Volume 1. But unlike Boom Bap Sunrise, the songs on Down to Dusk were all written at night, so the sound is much darker, more introspective. I try to brighten the mood though, and end the record on a redemptive high note.
Here’s the track list:
- The Man Called Thursday
- Chilling Interlude 1
- August Spies
- The Great On We
- Chilling Interlude 2
- Hosanna, Superstar
Here’s the official first look at the cover for my new album! As you can tell from the giant letters, the release is called Down to Dusk: Rural Sounds Volume 2.
The cover art is by Kenji Nakayama, who also provided the art for Rural Sounds Volume 1, and the design is by Amy Pryor-Swayne who designed the cover for Volume 1 as well.
By the way if you’re on the mailing list you may have already seen this image, and previewed the first single from the album, which is called “Getaway.” Sign up below if you want to hear it!
You might want to get on the mailing list… previews are coming soon…