Recently, those nice folks at Bandcamp introduced a new feature for artists: the ability to offer their entire Bandcamp discography for download, as one big bundle, for a discounted price.
I had a bit of a think about this, and ultimately decided: as it happens, overall I’m feeling pretty positive as we approach the end of 2015. Things for me feel as if they are “looking up”, and in terms of music, I’ve been learning a few things lately, which I hope will make a noticeable difference to what I record and release in the future.
So, by way of marking Christmas and the end of another year, I’d like to make you a bit of a crazy offer: until 25th December, you can download my entire Bandcamp discography—10 albums, two mini-albums, two EPs and one single—for the princely sum of £5. Yup—five British quid, or barely two CostaBucksRepublic beverages (and not so full of sugar and fat, either).
To access this once-in-a-long-time-really-folks offer, you’ll need to navigate to one of the items in my discography (I’m especially proud of “Book Of Small Hours”, so why not start there), look for the “Full Digital Discography” heading on the page, and go from there. It’ll take you a bit of time to download fifteen sets of music, so thinking about it, you might want to go and get that coffee after all…
I’d just like to say a big thank-you to those who have bought my music over the years, and even more so if you’ve let me know what you think (either way). All I ask is that if you take advantage of this offer, and you like what you hear, please let others know—I’m not the greatest self-publicist, so I appreciate all the help I get!
So, I’ll let you get off to my Bandcamp selection… you only have until Christmas, after all 😉