Faulty Machine Recordings Service: July 2020

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FAULTY MACHINE RECORDINGS SERVICE is my experimental recording and distribution service.

After years of only allowing myself to produce music within the studio ecosystem – a prohibitively expensive luxury that prevented me from releasing new albums for nearly 20 years – I’m returning to my indie/lo-fi roots. FAULTY MACHINE is the solution: a monthly sonic sandbox that serves as a platform for all my musical musings.

A new edition of FAULTY MACHINE will appear at the end of every month here on my Bandcamp page. I’ll deliver a digital care package of whatever I’ve been working on that month: pop song demos, house music diversions, abstract soundscapes, field recordings, etc. Anyone can download this “standard” edition free-of-charge.

For an additional paid subscription of $5/month, patrons will get the entire back-catalogue of my project, SCIENCE PARK, plus my 30th-birthday retrospective and other special, subscriber-only releases to be announced, including some fascinating curios from the archives.

This is the fifth FMRS release, featuring three tracks written, recorded, and rescued during May 2020.

This time: two excellent collaborations with two superlative musicians and artists. "Marina (SRW vs. FMRS RMX)" is a remix of last month's "Marina," once again co-created with Sander Roscoe Wolff. And "Midnite Snack" is an atmospheric nod to the KLF, co-created with pedal steel genius George Madrid.

The third track is taken from the FMRS archives: an excerpt from a five-hour installation created with visual artist Cody Bayne in January 2015.

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released August 1, 2020

Written / produced by Myke D Weiskopf (www.myke.me) except "Marina" created in collaboration with Sander Roscoe Wolff (Loops) and "Midnite Snack" created in collaboration with George Madrid (Pedal steel).

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Faulty Machine Recordings Service Los Angeles, California

Myke Dodge Weiskopf is a songwriter, radio producer, and field recordist from Los Angeles. He records and performs as Science Park, and recently launched the monthly Faulty Machine Recordings Service.

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