MZR is pleased to announce the launch of "The Onyx Glossary," which shall serve as the official blog in regards to the literary career of James Champagne. It may be found at the following link:
Friday, December 3, 2010
Friday, October 29, 2010
MZR is pleased to announce the release of our 24th album, T3's "Frag Out!" Featuring 16 tracks of innovative cyberpunk electronica, this album is also enhanced with a sci-fi/horror short story entitled "Fragment."
T3's Myspace Page: http://www.myspace.com/T35513R
As always, the album may be downloaded for free here:
Saturday, August 14, 2010
"Orheculegenias" is not a proper studio follow-up to 2009's "Our Lady Of The Flowers Of The Red Night." Rather, it is a sort of odds and sods collection, or clearing house, of various songs I recorded during 2010, along with a handful from 2009. Many of the tracks here are ghosts, or skeletal pieces that never became full-fledged songs. Others were recorded specifically for this collection. Consider this release an aural curiosity shop, with hopefully something in it for everyone.
1. Black Insekt Laughter (6:24)
2. Everything Dies (4:49)
3. Anthem (4:37)
4. Ceremony (7:46)
5. The Immaculate Decay Of SHODAN (2:05)
6. Doom Drone Number 23 (6:50)
7. EM04: The Gash (2:36)
8. Worship The Glitch (3:43)
9. LSD 666 (2:34)
10. Tarkussukrat (5:42)
11. Rock And Roll (0:50)
12. Yotsuba Corporation (2:57)
13. Necrotic Mutox (2:25)
14. The Devil You Know (5:59)
15. Bela (0:59)
16. Silent Scream (3:32)
17. Evocation of Yog-Sothoth (8:03)
18. The Dark Dark Song (0:29)
Total running time: 74 Minutes
The album, as always, may be downloaded for free from the Mauve Zone Recordings page at Internet Archive, at the following link:
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
One of my long-time online friends, Laurence Lillvik (who is one half of the duo that makes up the band known as The People's Tongue) has just published through Lulu a collection of poetry entitled "Tongues Tied to Anchors." It can be purchased from the Lulu website here:
Apparently this book is the first release of The Cartophile Imprint, which is based in Portland, Oregon. Larry says the Cartophile Imprint's website should be up soon, so I'm very curious to see what that will be like.
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Our friend Bryce Clayton Eiman has a new album out. Entitled "Bryce Clayton Eiman," it can be purchased through iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/bryce-clayton-eiman/id352862897) and on Amazon for those who wish for a physical copy (http://www.amazon.com/Bryce-Clayton-Eiman/dp/B0031DRYSY/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1265689827&sr=8-2). I just ordered mine through Amazon, and I can't wait to hear it!