The Snodgrass: Styloid Process EP

The Snodgrass returns after 20 years

After his first debut album was lost to the unforgiving digital gods in 2001, The Snodgrass returns 20 years later with his second debut album: "Styloid Process EP"

Styloid Process EP Cover

Artist: The Snodgrass
Release: Styloid Process EP
Label: imputor?
Release Date: Friday, May 6th, 2022
File Under: Electronic/Modular Synthesis/Experimental/LOLDM
Track Listing:
1. Cistern [04:44]
2. Lincoln [03:42]
3. stdin/stdout [05:41]
4. Tony Gwynnbleid [05:31]
5. Pepitas [04:47]
6. Anton (Slow Mix) [07:41]
7. What A Time To Be Dead [07:44]
(Total Run Time: 39 minutes and change)
Video:
Video by Acamonchi Art Studio
Info:
  • All tracks recorded live by Jordan Snodgrass in North Park, San Diego, CA, USA, Earth, April 2021 thru Sept 2021.
  • Mastered by Vytear or Jason Begin.
  • Artwork by Acamonchi Art Studio.
  • Thanks to: Elvia M, Roma S, Lincoln M, Anton M, Spencer L, Gerardo Y, Jason B, Johno W, Tada BPNYC.
  • Gear Thx: Korg, Roland, Mutable Instruments, Intellijel, ALM Busy Circuits, Make Noise, WMD, Serge, Random*Source, Expert Sleepers, Instruo, Boss, DivKid, Doepfer, Noise Engineering, Befaco, Strymon, Alesis, Mackie, Arturia, Moog, FMR Audio, Focusrite, Ableton
About:

After his first debut album was lost to the unforgiving digital gods due to a fried hard drive in 2001, The Snodgrass returns 20 years later with his second debut album: "Styloid Process EP"

File under all of the usual cliches: midlife crisis, global pandemic, boredom, time, WWIII, priviledge, blah, blah, blah... All of it, it's all true.

In the end, the EP is simply a collection of songs from a snapshot in time spanning the various emotions of an individual working through all of the above. From the festively bouncy "Pepitas" to the contemplative (and aptly-titled) "What A Time To Be Dead", Snod hopes you enjoy this EP.

Listen: Download MP3 ZIP (156.6 mb)
Artwork: Download hi-rez JPG (10.1 mb)
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Bio:

Jordan Snodgrass is a San Diego native, Imputor? Records co-founder, one half of IDM supergroup (LOL!) Calculator Man & Hangar, former Rocket From The Crypt Web Lackey, and graduate of UCSD with a degree in cognitive science and specialization in computation. Rather than spending those 4 years getting toasted and mastering hacky sack, he spent them researching the effects of monotonous drum beats on brainwaves.

Crumbs from his mid-aughts noodlings can be found scattered across the web: Remix work for San Diego's Tristeza ("Mixed Signals"), Via Satellite ("Cliff"), and Ilya ("Isola"), as well as a compilation appearance ("45 Seconds of:") alongside artists such as Lusine, DJ Spooky, Leafcutter John, Dntel, Electric Company, + a ton more. He has performed live shows with: The Album Leaf, Dntel, Hrvatski, Greg Davis, Fax, Thingy, The Spacewurm, Languis, IQU, Ursula 1000, FCS North, Randomnumber, + more.

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