Hello, I started a Bandcamp to make my music available more quickly and release side projects, soundtracks, outtakes and different other stuff that I´m working on. Following albums and songs are available already and there´s much more to come soon. You also can go straight to the Shop – here –
Patric Catani – Supervision Soundtrack (music of a radio audioplay)
Patric C. / Toytone – Pad Sounds (music I did on the Gp2x Game Console)
Patric Catani – Die Zehn Gebote / Decalogue (Theater Soundtrack)
Patric Catani – Zocker / The Gambler (Theater Soundtrack)
Patric Catani – Toute la memoire du monde (music of an art installation)
Patric Catani – Goodbye Gasoline (music of an art installation)
Easily get your album in Wav, Mp3, Flac and many other formats and pay via Paypal.
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Soundtrack of the story “Kongress der Supervisionäre” by Matthias Whittekindt and Christoph Kalkowski. This is a selection of songs in a mix but the full version got released by Storage Records via Itunes.
Kongress der Supervisionäre is a dark, sarcastic and political science “fiction” story about an international food company that produces artificial genetic food plants that fight other plants and even humans at some point. That´s why tomatoes are quite some topic in the lyrics and the titles. Two underground activists try to stop the dirty business and got to deal with a lot of weird events. –
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a song by Yuko Matsuyama and me from our Global Gaijin project got released by Whatpeopleplay Records on the Japan charity compilation called Japanese 3. All money goes to the Red Cross and the artists gave the material out for free.
In my opinion it´s one of the best songs we did together so far. We will make some more music from time to time and have a nice soundtrack album at some point.. No rush on that side. Enjoy the song!
or on – Dj Tunes
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