Let It Load

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Let It Load

About Locked In The System


Originally released back in 2016, this was my first album under the name of Skaarl, it was re-released in August 2019.

I pulled much of my back catalog (i.e. The stuff prior to 2017) from distribution, due to a change of distribution model by my former aggregator (yeah, bye-bye).

This album along with most of the other past releases are slowly being re-released, one per month, through Symphonic, and will be available on all the platforms they were previously available from.

About this track


This is a track from Locked in the System, using just electronic sounds...including my attempt at trying to make one of those old 33k modems sound musical because it always bugged me back in the day that they weren’t rhythmic enough.

ISRC
USA2P1673797

Release date
09 September 2016 (Re-released 1 August 2019)

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More about Skaarl:

All types of music appeal to me, particularly the more relaxed genres - chillout, ambient, downtempo, trip hop, jazz, latin, IDM, etc. Usually I will create downtempo electronic tracks, although I go through phases where it gets a bit more upbeat, just whatever I happen to be feeling at the time.

2019 - continuing working with other artists, creating remixes for Juxta, Restless Natives, and Miss EfeMBy, as well as collaborating with winkandwoo on Daybreak and ‘Messin` Around’, also part of TygerTyger’s ‘Song of Songs’ collab that also featured wav-Dr, Onemedia and Dr Hailstorm. Member of the EMA collective, Blocktronika, and have been part the ACR community for several years.

“Skaarl is not only a great artist but very supportive of others on the platform, top bloke” - The Turtle Project
@theturtleproject

“Skaarl is a Cool Cat and a great musician. He pulls great heavy driving music out of his pocket and slaps you. Soft at 1st. His track ‘I Fear The Robots’ with Juxta says it all.” - wav-Dr.
@wav-dr

“Skaarl has affectionately acquired various nicknames in the first couple of months in EMA but the main ones we refer to him as are “Trouser Man”, “Señor Trouser Man” and “Don Skaarlioni”! We’re surprised he doesn’t mention this in his bio below but we’ll leave it up to the man himself to tell you more!” - EMA
@emalliance (steemit)

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Spaced out dubby feeling electro journey! Sounds kewl Skaarl :)

Thanks man, yeah I was loving creating this one at the time, kind of dubby glitch or something...is that a thing? 🤔

cool wibbly wobbly sounds :)