Posts Tagged ‘release’

Yesyes, the day has finally arrived, Large Hadron Kaleidoscope is out now on iTunes, Amazon and all other good online retailers and streaming services.

You can listen to it on the download page, or using the handy player below

Like all my tracks it’ll be free to listen to forever, in full because everyone deserves music.

Also the very first review of LHK is out now too, you can read it over at Ascrono music

Keep your eyes on the dataphiles homepage and the @DTPLrecords twitter feed as there will be discounts and giveaways posted live for the next couple of weeks.

Love and Peace




Large Hadron Kaleidoscope is out in all major online shops on Monday but if you really can’t wait that long its out now on the download page as a special treat for all readers.

So exciting, bring on the Bosh!!

Love and Peace


I’ve finished mastering my album and preparing it for upload, ready for a mid-late August release. It’ll be available for free on the download page for a limited period before it goes on general release at you favourite digital retailer. So check back here and you can get it gratis 🙂

In the meantime I’ll be working on some new tracks and mastering some of my old ones (from when I started Dataphiles) so there will always be free music on the upload page for you to enjoy.

Love and Peace


Riffraff now on iTunes

Posted: March 25, 2009 in News, releases
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Quite excitingly, Dataphiles in now on iTunes.

Only one track so far (Riffraff) but more should start appearing in the next couple of weeks.

If you like music without DRM there are other music stores with dataphiles tracks (beatsdigital, bandcamp, emusic, amiestreet etc.) so you can always grab them there.

Also when launches the bandcamp site will form the download page as it allows free (128kbps) downloads as well as lovely high quality MP3s and WAVs

Happy listening