World beat EP "Bungalow" Gets New Release With Two New Versions of Original Epsilon Pong
The Bungalow EP has received appreciation on Spotify the last three months, by sharing through the service’s application feature Soundrop, as well as social networks and playlists from well-known users, like Daniel Ek’s “Now Playing”.
Alexander Forselius began making music in 2001. He was born in Romania and even as a little child, has always had a passion and love for music. His dance style of ambient beats and sounds, envelope strong influences taken from inspiration of well-established ambient, world fusion and Asian underground electronic artists like, Brian Eno, Karsh Kale and Shpongle. “Epsilon Pong” also features samples of women chanting, giving feelings of soulful Indian music.
Alexander Forselius strives to create music that has the ability to cross borders. The entire Bungalow EP was produced with software that was priced at about three hundred dollars. The atmosphere of the tracks was done with a softsynth called ZynAddSubFX, which is Open Source software. Alexander Forselius is demonstrating the capabilities unsigned bands have to create poignant and impressive original music independently and with little money.
Utilizing Tabla, Bhangra, chants, Kharta, with sounds of modern electronic music of Breakbeat, Dub step and Synth grooves, Epsilon Pong has received stellar appreciation on Spotify during the last three months. The music is being shared through the service’s application feature Soundrop, as well as through social networks and playlists from well-known users, like Daniel Ek’s “Now Playing”. “Bungalow”
The demos were uploaded to Soundcloud, and ReverbNation early on, in order to share the innovative music with as many people as possible. The distribution service Route Note was used to distribute the first edition, and this new release with Record Union involves the Swedish company that specializes in affordable services for independent artists to sell music their original works online.
Alexander Forselius has also authored the album “Aquasphere, 2009, which was used as background music for the episode of Mystical moon rocks by Nancy Atkinson for NASA Lunar Science Institute (SLS).
Artist home page (Will rise by the end of 2012)
Demos is available at
ReverbNation home page
NASA Lunar Science