Categories by Orbr – Free Jungle / Drum & Bass Sample Pack!

Check out this free sample pack for my 2021 drum & bass single Categories! All sounds are 100% copyright-free. Go remix that shit!

You can hear the original version of Categories at Orbr’s Bandcamp page. Click here for instructions on how to download audio files from this site.

Enjoy!

Music Alert: Debut Timewitch Album!

Who doesn’t love a little creepy, throwback ambient techno?

Last year I began recording songs as Timewitch, a project that focuses on leftfield / experimental techno drenched in early 90s synth nostalgia. Now the debut Timewitch album is finally available!

Here’s the promo copy:

The eponymous debut of Minneapolis-based left-field electronica artist Timewitch is a love letter to the freakier frontiers of early 90s synth music. Borrowing from the freshman releases of IDM legends Aphex Twin, mu-Ziq, and Autechre, Timewitch’s eponymous album pays homage to the absolutely bonkers soundtracks of early 90s occult exploitation videos that continue to haunt and delight to this day.

Timewitch is available to stream and download on SoundCloud and Bandcamp.

Enjoy!

Music Alert: Orbr – Ultra Aeon

Orbr’s long-awaited full-length album is finally here!

Ultra Aeon contains a whopping 20 essential jungle / drum & bass bangers including remixes, previously unreleased versions, a collaboration with the legendary Ragga Twins, and the world premier of Orbr’s brand new jungle slammer Congo Menace VIP.

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Music Alert: Timewitch – Miniature Trails of Light

I’m ticked and delighted to announce that Miniature Trails of Light, the debut single of my throwback techno side-project Timewitch, is out today!

With an original mix and 6 genre-bending remixes, Miniature Trails of Light clocks in at a hefty 37 minutes of electronic listening pleasure.

The Timewitch project is a love letter to early left-field 90s electronica ala Aphex Twin and Autechre.

Listen now Bandcamp or SoundCloud.

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Music Alert: The Seven Whores of the Apocalypse – Wicked Hands EP

My darksynth band The Seven Whores of the Apocalypse is crazy excited to announce the release of our debut EP Wicked Hands, out today on Germany’s Scanner Records!

Tracks include

  1. Enter Delirium
  2. Grinding Walls
  3. Feed Me to the Void
  4. Splintered

Click here to stream or download.

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Seven Whores of the Apocalypse: Debut EP Teaser Video!

My darksynth band The Seven Whores of the Apocalypse is getting ready to drop our debut EP Wicked Hands on 17 June 2022 on Germany’s Scanner / Dark Dimensions label group.

Today we’re just tickled pink to drop the Wicked Hands teaser video! Full versions are soon to follow.

Stay tuned at our home page.

Wicked!

Music Alert: Age of Distrust Remixes

I just finished two dark ambient / experimental remixes for the FREE album Age of Distrust by ambient masterminds The Creeping Man and Black Pill Machine.

Age of Distrust is upsetting as it is innovative, somehow confrontational without ever really taking any kind of discernible shape. It shifts and tumbles out of the darkness like it wants something from you. Sharp, unexpected textures bubble up from long, low rumbles and melt into pitched-down vocal samples from another era.

I’m really excited to be part of this release! Check out their individual Bandcamp pages for more mind-bending experimental / dark ambient explorations (The Creeping Man / Black Pill Machine).

Announcing The Seven Whores of the Apocalypse Website!

My darksynth band The Seven Whores of the Apocalypse now have our own website!

The site is beautifully designed and maintained by the good people at Bandzoogle, who also power my drum & bass website, orbrsounds.com.

The background image is by Anton Atanasov, found on pexels.com.

The Seven Whores are stoked to launch our new website on the eve of our debut EP Wicked Hands, coming out soon on Scanner Records.

Stay tuned!

Psycho for Psychic TV

The first time I heard Psychic TV I was hanging out at a friend’s house absolutely out of my mind on acid and weed. It was 1989. I was maybe 16.

Someone had switched on a tape in the basement den and wandered off, and I — barely able to walk — stumbled in. What the hell was this music, I thought. How could a human being have made this?

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