- Oliver Twisted on Facebook
- My user Last FM profile
- The Vatican Bikers Last FM profile
- Hellelujah! on Facebook
- James Bondage on Facebook
- The K-Hole Philharmonic on Facebook
- d minor records on Facebook
- My record label's page
This is the page with my music projects collaborating with other musicians ether as an instrumentalist or as a remixer. Some information on each project:
- Hellelujah! - a project initially named the Avant Gardeners which had to be renamed when discovered that there was already a band with that name. This project is composed of myself and Hugo Gamenho from Portugal on guitars. Dark, murky sounding with some occasional Pink Floyd like flavours
- The K-Hole Philharmonic - Ambient drone psychedelic doom mission. Sounds of ketamined melancholic bliss. Comprised of myself and Wolves(Literate Wolves & Blistered In Cinders) on guitars and vocals Long ambient epic tracks influenced by Pink Floyd, Earth, Nadja, Boris, Arvo Part, Phillip Glass, Sunn O))), Swans, Velvet Underground.
- The Vatican Bikers - a project comprised of myself and Yavor Yordanov on guitars and occasional bass. The goal was to make a cross between some aggressive techno with Jesus & Mary Chain circa Psychocandy or early Sonic Youth type of noisy guitars and feedback
- Oliver Twisted - a project comprised of myself and Kaloyan Georgiev (a.k.a. Debazzer) from Bulgaria on bass and electronics. Heavy dub basslines with almost jungle like programming.
- James Bondage - the alias I use when I do remixes.
I am always interested in collaborating with other people. I am a workaholic, I love the creative process behind making music so if you like what you hear please feel free to contact me for some sonic conspirations
I also vehemently recommend the following SoundClouders as they make some of the most exciting music that I have discovered in this site in no order of preference:
Crickets Make Math
Blistered In Cinders
Best Available Technology
I would like to politely ask people that if they want to grab my attention, constantly following me, then unfollowing and following again is a pretty hopeless attempt to catch my attention. Why not instead send me an email or comment on my tracks? When people have made some effort to actually listen to my music and comment on it, I always feel obliged to reciprocate (well at least to give it a listen).