My Apollo album is now also available as an MP3 download purchase from Apple Itunes.com and Amazon.com. I guess that should make it available to anyone now. Here are the direct links to the albums:
and Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006H580EA/ref=dm_sp_alb
If you have any problems, please let me know and you can find the other sales links for CD's and more information about the album on http://www.synth.nl/Apollo
I have good news for all of you living overseas (well from my point of view). My Apollo album is now also available on CDBaby.com. If you order the CD there from outside Europe it will save you serious on the shipping costs. I think this is just in time for your Christmas Shopping ;) You can also download it as an MP3 download in high quality if you don't want to wait.
You can find it on this URL: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/Synthnl3
My other CD's are also for sale on CDBaby.com of course you can find them on this URL: http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/Synthnl. Thanks for your support!
More info on Apollo and other sales links on http://www.synth.nl/Apollo
On Sunday the 6th of November 2011, Bruce Gall did a 2 hour Synth.nl Special on my music. He played all 12 tracks of my Apollo album and we did an extensive interview between the tracks. The show was broadcasted on AR FM. With kind permission of Bruce, I put a copy of the interview on my website. I shortened the music and removed most of the commercials so that it is easier for you to listen to the interview. You can find it on my website on this URL:
There you can also find my previous interviews. I hope you enjoy it, at least I did :)
Recently I did a very nice interview with Terry Hawke during his weekly Hawkes Chill Out Sessions at Harbourough FM
We especially talked about my new 'Apollo' album and what it means to me, but of course some other stuff as well. You can find a copy here:
Next week I'll do another interview with Bruce Gall on his Sunday Synth radio show. I'll try to record that as well, but you can also tune in live on Sunday 6th of November from 10-12 AM (UK time) at http://www.arfm.co.uk
I hope you enjoy it! At least I did :)
Yesterday I released my fourth solo CD. For this album, I was inspired by the Apollo Moon missions, undertaken by NASA during the 60’s and 70’s of the previous century. Since I was born in 1969, the same year that Neil Amstrong set foot on the Moon, I have always felt a very strong connection to this event. Listening to this album will take you on a voyage from the Earth to the Moon and back again. Many of the astronauts that actually took this journey have stated that they went up there to discover the Moon, yet really discovered Earth. Before Apollo, no-one had ever traveled far enough away to actually see the whole planet in one view. Pictures of that beautiful blue marble floating in space have become famous the world over and have made mankind feel more interconnected than ever before. In my opinion, the Moon landings represent human’s greatest technological achievement up to date. I really hope to live the day that we will be able to return there.The album was released by Groove Unlimited at the Electronic Circus Festival in Gütersloh Germany on the 1st of October 2011. You can find more information, sales links and sound clips on this URL: http://www.synth.nl/Apollo