In the wake for the next major release, Oscillator, I am very glad to give to you a special three track release: Two Tears. It is in an extension of a few tracks from n3Xt; Sometimes in Rain and Velvet, and the tracks from Residue. This EP is in many ways both personal as well as […]
After a bit too extended period of creative block, I am proud to be able to release to you Interzone’s latest endeavour into sounds, and this time also words. Let’s talk a bit about the them words. They are written by a person that I met on Twitter; Remittance Girl. She is, in her own […]
No. I have not stopped blogging or making music. I have just had a very hectic period on many levels, and there just haven’t been the time to sit down and be creative. For me it’s a rather slow process; good music need time to develop. But even tough there still might be some time until new […]
Yup. That’s right. It’s summer and the sun is making all of us happy and warm and Interzone is having a sale. Starting from this Sunday, the 11th and throughout the entire week there is an 45% discount on everything in the InterStore. All you have to do is to enter the discount code at ‘a’ to get […]
Thank you folks, for your positive and constructive comments and opinions of my music.
Thank you people, for actually spending money and buying the releases.
Thank you fellow musicians, for letting me take part of the music that you are making.
Yes! It is over. After lots of thinking and rethinking, recording and rerecording, mixing and remixing, designing and redesigning I have finally gotten this release to a place were I want it to be.
The next Past Zone I would like to introduce to you is from the 2006 release Desires. I recorded it in the snowy silence of January darkness, surrounded by feelings of solitude and loneliness.
These days sure are keeping me busy, but it is a nice busy. So what’s up? Well for starters I have finished a 2CD compilation. It’s called Incarnations, and will only be sold in a record store in Reykjavik on Iceland.
I have a friend who runs a web site. He wanted to give his visitors the possibility to listen to my music – yup, I was flattered – but he couldn’t host all the mp3 files due to lack of space.
The Live Zones release has a very special story to it, starting with my desire to be more direct in my music creation process. The previous releases were created under long time arcs. Some pieces took several months to finish, and now was the time to explore the zone of immediate composition!