In the Branches & Neglect – “Those Who Carried On” [Western Ambient]

Monuments by In The Branches and Neglect I’m going to upload a 4K video for “Monuments” on YouTube soon. Meanwhile, enjoy this throwback from one of my most mysterious albums

Various Artists – Planitis Aris EP (ambient fundraiser compilation) out now on Bandcamp and YouTube

Planitis Aris EP Planitis Aris EP   name your price Announcing the 25th official release from The Adaptive, Planitis Aris EP. “Planitis Aris” is Greek for “Planet Mars”, more accurately

“What Software Do You Use to Make Music?”

The one question I’ve probably been asked more than any other, in recent years, is “what software do you use?” I remember asking that question. It’s really important when you’re starting out. “Why is this other guy making more music than I am? Hey, what software do you use?” … Continue reading…“What Software Do You Use to Make Music?”

In The Branches – “Sweet Vancouver Sun (ft. JT Warren)” + Vancouver, Washington Photo Gallery

In The Branches · Sweet Vancouver Sun (Live with JT Warren, 2017) – Creative Commons, Royalty-Free Download A rare live recording that I always love to come across, buried in

In The Branches – “Lost and Found” now on YouTube

“Lost and Found” was a return to the minimal side of In The Branches, using only live guitar (plus a loop pedal and hardware effects pedals) as the sole source of sound through the entire hour-long journey. … Continue reading…In The Branches – “Lost and Found” now on YouTube

“Collected Pieces – Part 1” by In The Branches out now on Bandcamp

Collected Pieces – Part 1, as you may have guessed from the title, is a compilation of In The Branches songs from various parts of the project’s catalog. This is perhaps the most versatile In The Branches album since Vivid Memories and Particles Collide. … Continue reading…“Collected Pieces – Part 1” by In The Branches out now on Bandcamp

In The Branches – “Hidden Elements” Released Three Years Ago

“Hidden Elements” was inspired by winter in the Pacific Northwest, where things are unusually peaceful. This post is dedicated to that fall-themed album, originally released on Bandcamp on November 3,