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Tag Archives: Bandcamp

The Most of It – A new “greatest hits” album from Evangelos Koudonas

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I’ve featured a lot of musicians and their albums here on iOS MARS, and the majority of those musicians make music that would be described as electronic, or ambient, or dance/EDM. But today, I’m here to tell you about the new album from Evangelos Koudonas, called “The Most of It”. This album is all about Rock On →

electrocelte 9.0 – The new album from Supersonic Tartan Death Machine

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The new album from Supersonic Tartan Death Machine named electrocelte 9.0 has just been released on Bandcamp. Boasting an always interesting mix of electronic sounds and beats with traditional bagpipes and Irish whistles, STDM creates some great tracks. You may recognize the name from a previous write-up back in February, when I featured STDM in my post Rock On →

Speed Bumps – A new album by thinds

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A new album from thinds just hit Bandcamp today, called Speed Bumps. Made exclusively on iPad, the five song EP can be purchased for $3 USD here. Speed Bumps by thinds Using mainly the e-l-s-a and brother apps from developer Erik Sigth, along with Novation Launchpad, the album is a bit hard to classify. Part ambient, Rock On →

reve – The new iOS album by blooms

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There’s been a ridiculously good amount of music released lately that have been made using iOS devices. Luckily for us, one more just hit yesterday. The album reve by blooms has just been released on Bandcamp, and it is solid. reve by blooms. A great mix of ambient music, with some funky beats thrown in, Rock On →

iOS Musicians favourite iOS Music

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My intention when volunteering for writing here was to present some of the brilliant music iOS artists publish. To get things going (after being on holiday) I asked the musicians at the iPad Musician facebook group, which tracks impressed them the most. Here are some of the answers: The most mentioned tracks was “Zombie Orkestra” by Rock On →