Lately, I've been working on a remix of "Cold Sunlight," which has turned very much into an industrial-metal dance mix. Usually, I'm not a huge fan of remixes - they just don't strike a chord in me very often. There are a few exceptions, mostly remixes that don't sound like remixes. A good example would be the "Constantly Consuming" mix of "The Hollow," by A Perfect Circle. However, remixes can be fun as hell to work on, and so far I've set snippets of the vocals and a couple of verses from "Sunlight" to new beats with metallic guitars, with some of the strings arrangements snuck in there. It's turning out wonderfully, and today I've posted a full-length preview for my Patreon patrons. I haven't finished mastering it and I've thought of adding another synth to accompany the verses, so right now I have some of the tracks merging to make room for more.
Working on that has inspired me to temporarily offer the Cold Sunlight EP for free download, I'm thinking until Thanksgiving, as a way of saying "thanks" for all of your support. Even if you haven't bought my music; even if you stream it from free platforms; even if you just follow me on social media or read these blog posts: you provide moral support, which psychologically is a major boost to keep on making music, and I greatly appreciate it.
You may notice that the individual songs aren't available for free download, only the EP as a whole. That is entirely because of my laziness. When I return it to sale status, I may not remember to reset the individual songs, so it's all because of my memory issues. Sorry about that. Hopefully, though, you'll enjoy all of the tracks, including the wordless version of the song and the two rarities.
I'm signing off for now. As always, may your inner snails be resilient and determined.