May 3, 2012

A Different Drum Update - May 3rd, 2012

Filed under: Uncategorized — Todd @ 3:29 pm

This is Todd at A Different Drum, and it is time to let you know about the latest arrivals in the online store.   Yes, there are actually a couple new CD’s that came in this week.  Amazing, isn’t it?


And One “Shouts of Joy” (MCD) $12 — This is one of the best songs I’ve heard from And One in a while.  It’s fun and catchy, yet still with the sinister, dark sound you expect from the band.   The singles features three versions of the title track, plus three other songs.  You can order the CD here :

Chrom “Synthetic Movement” $20 — This is a new European import, and the band plays punchy, dark futurepop / synthpop aimed at the industrial dance clubs.   You can listen to a lengthy preview of the album and order the CD here :

I also managed to list another synthpop box on EBay for those of you who want to beef-up your collection for a low price.  This box actually includes a couple of De/Vision rarities, so you may want to check it out.   See my latest EBay listing here :


The band SOMEGIRL, who you discovered through A Different Drum, has just released a new, digital download EP!  You can check it out and download the new songs from these links:

Also, COLOR THEORY  is running a Spotify playlist contest wherein the grand prize winner will have his/her name spoken by Hazard in the recording of his latest song.

Hazard clarifies: “No doubt you’re wondering – is this song so weird that I can get away with saying random stuff in the middle of it? Yes, it is. We may look back on it together and laugh at the worst Color Theory track ever recorded, but it will definitely be on my next commercial release, scheduled for late May.”

Get all the details here:

Thanks for your support!


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