New Releases offer and Bungay Bash news

The new Claudio Merlini instrumental music album ‘Enchantment’ has just been released on CD and download to positive reviews. For further information, to hear soundbites, or to order your copy, please click here.

Next months release is the stunning ‘Chemical Inconveniences’ by The Pels Syndicate. Release date is 19th March and you can save 10% if you pre-order from the AD Music website. Just enter the word ‘chemical’ in the coupon box when placing your order. If you like melodic, contemporary rhythmic, chill out style electronic music, then this album is definitely for you. Click here for further information, to hear soundbites or to order your copy.

Tickets are now on sale for the second Bungay Bash (BBC2) on 9th June 2012. The line up is David Wright, Glenn Main, Micheal Shipway and Modulator ESP. The concerts will have loads of great space music, have graphics backdrops and cool lighting. Tickets are £12.00 and available from the AD Music website or direct from the venue. Click here to purchase your ticket and read full information about the event.

Finally, we hope you can listen in to ‘Zero Hour’ on One World Radio on a Thursday evening, 19:30 GMT, for your weekly hourly helping of all things AD Music, hosted by Steve Sheppard. And if you can’t make it, or you’re in the USA then the show is repeated Friday 1:30 – 2:30am (GMT).

We’re sure you’ll be delighted to know that all the ‘Zero Hour’ shows will soon be available as podcasts direct from the AD Music website!

Please visit the AD Music blog for up-to-date news and views and all things current in the world of AD Music.

All the best,

The AD Music crew

~ by admusic on February 17, 2012.

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