I’ve released lots of music in the past 6 months

I was wondering why I don’t currently have an appetite for creating music, but then I realised just how much music I’ve output in the last 6 months… 26 tracks!

October 8, 2017 – ‘Signal kommt’ by Stahlbürste Darling (10 track album)
Amazon MP3 iTunes Spotify Google Play

November 16th 2017 – Stahlbürste Darling remix of ‘Anti-social media’ by Restructure (EP)

January 25th 2018 – ‘Angel/Shirt’ by Cakefolder with remixes by Golden Cities, Stahlbürste Darling, and Last Years Man (5-track EP)
iTunes CD Baby Spotify Amazon MP3 Google Play Deezer

March 21st 2018 – ‘Confidence’ by CakeFolder (10 song album)
iTunes / Apple Music Google Play CD Baby Amazon MP3 Spotify


‘Confidence’ by CakeFolder released

My new album was released today and is available in all of these places:
iTunes / Apple Music
Google Play
CD Baby
Amazon MP3

Ride the analogue wave with this whimsical, electronic, minimalist 10-song album about being full of confidence, or lacking confidence, and about taking someone into your confidence.

All tracks written and performed by Cakefolder in February 2018.
Words on ‘To Aybrook Street from Tolmers Square’ were collected from the streets of London.
‘Enter the Dragon’ was inspired by conversations with Chris Randall.

For Jana, my inspiration, who banished me to the studio when I couldn’t be bothered.

My 2017 in music

Here are some links to all the music I made/released in 2017…

February 2017
Participated in #rpmchallenge for the third year running, creating ten new demo tracks, but none of them were ready for release (see December).

October 8th 2017
Released an album ‘Signal Kommt’ as Stahlbürste Darling, featuring 10 tracks recorded between August 2014 and August 2017:

November 16th 2017
I did a remix (as Stahlbürste Darling) of the debut single ‘Anti-social media’ by Restructure, available here: https://restructure.bandcamp.com/track/anti-social-media-stahlb-rste-darling-remix

December 2017
Two tracks from February’s demo album were completed and made available as previews on SoundCloud here:

I plan to release these on online music stores in January 2018.

On This Day 01-Jan

One year ago, on the first of January 2015, I recorded and released my first jam with Korg Volca Keys, Bass and Beats… performed in one take, this was one of my early attempts at making music via improvisation on electronic analogue hardware. As this was the first track I made using the three Volcas, I used the first two letters of the words Beats, Keys and Bass to form the song title, ‘BeKeBa‘.