Shivervein contributes to H2SO4

Last year, I was invited to contribute a remix of the track “H2SO4” as part of a standalone Partition 36 EP release of the same name. H2SO4 is the fifth EP from Partition 36. It features a minimalistic acid house track reminiscent of the past, two remixes, and a slamming new industrial/EBM track written specifically for a video game mod.human soul. This EP has now been released with the Shivervein track “H2SO4 (1943)” as track #3. Shivervein is the sometimes-side-project of An Early Morning Letter, Displaced. H?SO? by Partition 36 H2SO4 album page: http://www.partition36.com/discography/h2so4/ H2SO4 Bandcamp page: https://partition36.bandcamp.com/album/h-so

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EC3 Contributor Interview: Jeffry Houser

Please start by telling us your name, the name of your project (if different), and any other contributors that make up the project as a whole. I’m Jeffry Houser. I don’t have a project so much anymore, in that I just sometimes write and record songs for fun. Flying Closer to the Sun was one of the songs I wrote for February Album Writing Month. The purpose is to write and record a full album during the month of February. I wrote 19 songs; some good some bad. This is one of my favorites. All the recordings are here: http://fawm.org/fawmers/reboog711/.

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EC3 Contributor Interview: coderjun

Please start by telling us your name, the name of your project (if different), and any other contributors that make up the project as a whole. My name is Jun Heider and the name of my solo endeavors is “coderjun”. Sometimes, I have contributors, this time it was the submission of anonymous track art which I think looks most excellent. What is the history of your particular aural endeavors? How did you get started working in this area? I think the first time I started to dabble with music was when my father bough our family an Amiga 1000 while

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EC3 Contributor Interview: Michael Clawson

Please start by telling us your name, the name of your project (if different), and any other contributors that make up the project as a whole. My name is Michael Clawson. I usually write music under that name at this time. If you consider a brontosaurus a contributor, well then, there you go. What is the history of your particular aural endeavors? How did you get started working in this area? My music history goes all the way back to my high school years when my Dad bought me my first electric guitar. It was a Les Paul silver sunburst,

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EC3 Contributor Interview: Co-Opera

Please start by telling us your name, the name of your project (if different), and any other contributors that make up the project as a whole. My name is Mike Brunt the project name is Co-Opera and involves a second person named Alexandra Bwye. We both compose, play and vocalize. What is the history of your particular aural endeavors? How did you get started working in this area? I was in a couple of groups in the 1960’s in England, blues groups, I was poor-ish and one night decided to do a Pete Townsend/Jimi Hendrix and broke the neck off

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EC3 Contributor Interview: Partition 36

Please start by telling us your name, the name of your project (if different), and any other contributors that make up the project as a whole. My name is Alexa Jones-Gonzales, and I am the founder and sole member of Partition 36. What is the history of your particular aural endeavors? How did you get started working in this area? It all sort of happened by accident back in 1999, which was my sophomore year of high school. After dinner one night I went downstairs to my computer, opened up a MIDI editor I had, and just started laying down

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EC3 Contributor Interview: Wicked Earth

Please start by telling us your name, the name of your project (if different), and any other contributors that make up the project as a whole. Wicked Earth is Mike Montani (Vocals), Robert N. Tarquinio (Guitar), Vic Carter (Bass), Shawn Houy (Drums) What is the history of your particular aural endeavors? How did you get started working in this area? We have all been playing music and in bands since we were teens. About 10 years ago vocals/guitar and bass/drums were leaving their respective bands and met at the going away party for the engineer they had used on each

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