New “Stillium Partita” album released for Bitcoins

Posted on August 20, 2012

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Presenting the new album by Rupert Lally and Espen J Jorgensen, available to buy for Bitcoins – download it from CoinDL now.

(Bitcoin Life covered CoinDL previously.)

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         /     \             /     \    |                                  |
        /       \           /       \   | Rupert Lally & Espen J Jorgensen |
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      /           \       /           \ |        STILLIUM   PARTITA        |
     /             \     /             \|                                  |
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 -[ 17 tracks ]- -[ 320kps MP3 ]- -[ 1% of sale goes to the Bitcoin Faucet ]- 

"Åpent Sår" introduces Stillium Partita with a gentle build of rhythmic 
kicks, layers of sweeping electronic samples, and tones hanging in the air 
waiting for everyone to take their seat. The scene for the album's 17 tracks 
settles into place.

A collaboration between Swiss/English electronic musician & sound designer, 
Rupert Lally and Norwegian electronic artist and filmmaker, Espen J. Jörgensen;
Stillium Partita sets out a diverse landscape of ambient sounds, with hints of 
Orbital, 65daysofstatic, and even Vangelis.

The preview on CoinDl.com is taken from the track "Ordensburg", but check out 
http://www.rupertandespen.com/ for a full preview. (Information wants to be 
free - but artists like to be paid.)

With its international foundation, and exploration of the electronic realm, 
the album is a perfect fit for a Bitcoin release. As such, 1% of sales from the 
album will go directly to the Bitcoin Faucet (http://freebitcoins.appspot.com/) 
to encourage more newcomers to the Bitcoin economy.

The download comes as 320kps MP3s with no DRM restrictions, plus high-res JPGs 
for the album cover and inside art.

What more reason could you want for supporting music *and* Bitcoin?
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