Tempus Destinatum: Released
Our 2020/2022 moody background post-rock, Chillwave/minimal techno music project's album Tempus Destinatum has been sent to our distributors for re-release. This will be for the streaming version only, the CD version should be available again by September.
Nocturnal Omissions (Artist site: http://nocturnalomissionsmusic.com) has returned to the studio after a long Hiatus and we're working together to remaster 4 of their original works. This artist has had a small ever growing fan base and has found home to the NYC metro, Seattle and San Francisco where these albums were partially recorded.
Initially inspired by EBM this always follows their own path. You can hear the influence of Post-Rock, Progressive Trance, Industrial Rock/EBM, Witch House, Hauntology, Synthwave, Tech House, Psybent, Vapor Soul, Chillwave, Minimal Techno and Electronic/Indie Rock in their works.
June 2021: re-release their 2006 album "Divine Atrocities/Consternation EP" an EBM inspired, Darkcore, Trance 10 track masterpiece has been released to streaming services and social media platforms.
There are some unreleased tracks from a few side projects in the 2008 EP "Aggravated Damage" (which have been uploaded as SoundCloud exclusive).
Check out some sneak peaks are some of the upcoming tracks from our next three albums now available on our SoundCloud (https://soundcloud.com/nocturnal-omissions)
2018 Album re-release: Ascendant Sea - Sent to Distributor for Streaming
2019 Album re-release: Transientalism- Sent to Distributor for Streaming
2020 Album re-release: Tempus Destinatum - Pending release to Distributor for Streaming
In addition to all of these, the artist has started on a new album planned for release in 2022, more to come on this in a future post. As for Physical CDs those should be ready again in October for a limited release directly on their Bandcamp site (coming soon to Amazon and other online relators).
Copacetic (Radio Mix) is a shortened version of our 2006 progressive trance track off of Divine Atrocities. This song later became co-opted to become another track on a collaborative project.