Tuukka // Polyfonken
I do music. And sound.
Game music, too, but that's mostly work. I like to do my homework, myself.
Also sometime producer of <a href="https://soundcloud.com/panssarijuna" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Panssarijuna</a>. Fun, in Finnish!
<b><i>All right YEAH YEAH. WHAT ARE THESE?</i></b>
<b>THE CHIP</b> is just me fucking about with 80s tv cop themes. Hey, I calls them as I does themses.
<b>OUR SEASIDE ESCAPE</b> is a bunch of soundtrack-type songs (or sketches, if you want to be a dick about it :D ) that I've been working on lately. They're not for any specific small-town murder mystery serial, in fact they're not for anything. But for your enjoyment, that is. Hmm.
<b>PROPHECIES</b> collects all kinds of drones and ambiences. Like, ambient, you know, music for, I dunno, dystopian homes and farms? Or short films about love and loss in the time of silurians? Dunno, I just ... do this stuff.
ok, that's the <i>unreleased</i> latest stuff mostly dealt with, what about the rest?
<b>FUTURE RUINS</b> is my latest album, out in iTunes, BeatPort, Spotify etc., it's pretty much Space Ambient – but I like to think it's the <i>good kind</i>. Lots of found sound, droning drones and old-fashioned melody things, quite a bit of sound design hidden in there, too. Check it out.
<b>BOXY MUSIC</b>, is a bunch of small melody vignettes. Because making my next Big Albums (more on those later) started feeling like<i> work</i>, them being densely layered and processed, I started relaxing by doing little melodies during workday and evenings. Boxy is the result, simple childish melodies for young listeners. Not bad for working on your coloring book! <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Buy</a> it or just listen to it here, neither way breaks my bank.
<b>THE CAVE</b> is my neo-non-classical (or Bad Ambient, I dunno) diversion. it's far from easy listening. I got myself a bow and mallets and started bowing stuff, decided that making a minimal <i>cave exploration turned sci-fi </i>-soundtrack sounds like fun. It has been, for me, you can make up your own mind. You can buy it on <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Bandcamp</a>. If you do, I promise to waste all your money on Etsy stuff.
<b>FUTURE CITIES</b> is my forthcoming opus :D It was <i>supposed</i> to be a little record about the future that science once promised us, like eight songs. Don't let anybody tell me that I have problems sticking to my plans, ok? <i>After having released the first third in Future Ruins (up there)</i> I'm left with these two full-length albums, Cities and
<b>FUTURE DREAMS</b> is the brightest timeline, the warmest of the Future records. If someone decides to publish them or I start to care.
Then there's Tea For Miss Yamaha (2001), my 300+ gram vinyl downtempo steal... I mean, sample-fest. Still very much loved among lovers of such things.
After that, I did some ambient albums and fun beats. You can guess which LP:s are which, they're all in my sets.
You can find almost all the previous albums for free here or on the <a href="http://www.polyfonken.com/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">website</a>. Except the Zen Bound soundtracks, you have to go to <a href="http://zenbound.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">zenbound.com</a> for those.
also on http://www.facebook.com/ghostmonkeymusic
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