Sunday, January 9, 2011

Thank you for listening

Conceived by sound artist and producer Richard Sudney, Metal-oxide-malfunction began on January 12, 2010 with the intention of releasing free electronic music. Taking upon himself to release material completely on his own, Richard Sudney (A.K.A. Telegraphy) had achieved ten releases in one year. That’s almost one release per month. Add on mastering, cover art creation, and promotion, you can see that it takes allot of free time to do.

With the ever changing landscape of netlabelism, where audiences float from netlabel too netlabel in-mass, metal-oxide-malfunction just did not see any tangible interest from the netlabel crowd. So it is with great sadness that metal-oxide-malfunction cease operation exactly one year from its start on January 12, 2011.

Thank you for listening

Friday, January 7, 2011

Life without.... (video)

Tuesday, January 4, 2011



"Life without..."

Track listing:
01: Life without color
02: Life without sound
03: Life without touch
04: Life without emotion
05: A gift for you (new years Detroit 2010)

Imagine a life without hearing, seeing, feeling, and emotion. Now take a look at your own daily life. At some point in your day you will reinforce one sense for the lack of another. Take for instance when your reading something, your auditory system reduces while you vision is stimulated. Say if your walking a beautiful park. All of your senses are stimulated because you want to experience the environment as one. Now take one sense (lets say vision) away. Your whole perception of that environment changes drastically. "Life without..." is an attempt to experiences without a certain sense.

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Saturday, January 1, 2011

Remodeled image covers

Whats that you say, you never knew we released image files? Well we do. And we have been since the beginning. So to keep up with our style and feel, we decided to remodeled our image file covers. Which makes since, because the old one's clashed. Not good when your trying to make a website "look pleasing to the eye of the beholder". So here they are along with a new and by far a "pleasing to the eye of the beholder" image file.