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A new Merz album 'ink' which was made concurrently with the 'Thinking Like A Mountain' album and which features four mixes by Ewan Pearson, has been made available only to the subscribers for one year, along with a five-track EP titled 'Amber Green Red', along with a Merz live movie (and compendium live album) titled 'Our Ears Are In Excellent Condition' filmed and directed by Yannick Mossiman and featuring the musicians Shahzad Ismaily and Julian Sartorius.
Having this material to share with you makes for the perfect time to launch a subscription service. It is a hope that this can become a sustainable model for the future production of Merz music, without the slow-down, discouraging hindrances of the old-world music industry model. I thrive off the championing enthusiasm of those who value the music I make and I'd like to be sure those folks have direct and clear access to future Merz output.
The 'ink' album and and all the Merz albums offered are available to download the moment you subscribe.
More info on the albums and other upcoming Merz music and film can be found in this intro movie.
What you get:
- All the new music I make streaming instantly on your mobile device via the free Bandcamp app, and also available as a high-quality download.*
Exclusive access to the Merz fan community.
These back-catalog and supporter-only releases:
Exclusive Our Ears Are In Excellent Condition
Exclusive Amber Green Red EP
Exclusive Suite Mercy
Exclusive Herbert - Silence (Merz Version)
Thinking Like A Mountain
No Compass Will Find Home
- A 15% discount on all my merchandise.
- The satisfaction of knowing you’re supporting me in a sustainable way.
For £3/month, you get everything above.
You’re a supporterThank you!
For £4.90/month, you get everything above, plus:
CDr products of all upcoming subscription-only releases.
First dibs on gig tickets and reserved seating/table of choice at seated gigs.
24 bit audio versions of any Merz albums/tracks on request.
'Member support' name credit on public releases of all records initially available to subscribers.
An annual postage and packaging charge of £7.50 will be added to non-UK subscriptions.You’re a supporterThank you!