You're awesome for being here! ❤️
...don't forget to check some music.
After over two yearss in Prague you can really hear my mood kinda changed. Yet I still tried to keep it melodic and a little uplifting at the end. ...altough the journey does have some roadblocks. It's all reflected in the music.
A little melancholic & chilled journey. Goes good with roast chicken, port wine and lifelong regrets. 👌 Warning: I don't take any responsibility for the severity of invoked memories. 😏 Some of the tracks were brand new but it does include some I sat on for years. 👀
Somewhen during 2021 I tried to venture (pun intended 😏) into the 4/4 melodic house genere. Inspired by a visit to a DJ friend, by a little hike we did and by a litle impromptu b2b set we've played. ...during which I found out I need more 4/4 dj friendly tracks. 🙌
Also this one got released on tyDi's Global Soundsystem records! ❤️
Signal Loss EP
By the beginning of 2020 I've made some changes in life and this EP is what happened afterwards. World around obviously changed a bit more than I anticipated that year, but working on this EP helped me to escape that. Hope it can do the same for you. 😊
A humble collection of tracks encapsulating some experiences lived and felt through 2018. The big changes were still just on the horizon, so there's a lot of introspective thinking happening in this one.
Cornerstone Shift album
Year: 2018 and earlier
This was the first time I've put together a big body of work. 😊 I know, half of it was consolidated from older projects, but I still love those tracks. Some aged better, some worse, but man, Look Down got over 130k plays? Still unbelievable. 😶
This is a playlist of singles and all other tracks that haven't made it to any of the EPs. Might be worth a look at as there are occasional very off-shoot experiments. 😇
Hi there. Thank you for visiting my site! 🙂
My name's Martin, I'm that weirdo on the picture! Born and raised in the north of Czech Republic, way earlier than I'd like to admit. Always aimed to have some kind of creative outlet in my life. I've honestly tried everything I was able to. From coding, 3D animation all the way to being a technician on real deal TV productions. I do occasionaly return back to many of them, but one creative adventure that stuck around the longest is music.
I've been always fascinated by tracks where nice enjoyable melodies meet cool atmosphere and beautiful inventive sounddesign. Think KOAN Sound, Culprate, Rameses B, VOLO, Owsey, ODESZA. Something along those lines. While messing with music myself, though, and after discovering more and more weird little corners of that universe I came to a conclusion that most importantly it's a language. It's another way we can relate to each other. Be it by creating music, when you take all the struggles or successes you might have going on at the moment and put them in a track for world to hear. Or be it by listening to something someone else made that speaks to you. Sharing that experience with likeminded friends, bonding over music.
I feel like there's added bonus to that when it comes to electronic music in particular. Look, I've been around. I know how kids these days make tunes. Lots of them would not agree with me as it's the more difficult way of approaching it, but I do feel that the beauty of electronic music is in the ability to create your instrument from scratch first and then building the track with the tools you made for yourself. Yes, it won't be as quick or as commercially promising as selecting a preset and be done with it, but I don't know. There's something magical about the process that I just adore. To design your patches. To record your own foley sounds. To mangle stuff all the different ways. It allows you to kinda build a new world in each track. World that goes by your own rules. ...and reflects you in the most sincere way.
I'm not sure what future holds for me in terms of music. Let's be honest, I'm kinda unbrandable. Shity nickname, SEO nightmare, sticking nose into too many generes to be marketable as a brand. But as kliché as it sounds, music isn't about some kind of number growth. I think it shouldn't be considered "a product". I think my greatest gratification from this hobby is already happening. It's when I see here or there somebody adding a track of mine into playlist, where they save tracks to return to later. ...and I see all of my own favorite producers in the same playlist alongside a thing I've made. Talk about relating, right?
Thanks again for visiting. Hope you enjoy your stay here. 😊
It took me a while, but I found out, that music is much more fun when other people are involved. 🙂 This hobby can get pretty isolating and it can stay that way for quite a while if you're not careful. Fortunatelly I've been lucky enough to stumble upon some awesome people that helped me to realize this.
I used to have a rule here that I should't mention anybody as I'd definitely forget someone. ...but screw that. I'm sorry to anybody I've left out. Here are some of my (mostly local) music friends you can (and should!) check out:
The rest of the Hvezdolet collective.
Act Of Mood
And finally one of my oldest friends with whom I've got a chance to work on something cool. :)
...honestly. If you're just starting out, don't repeat my mistake. Take that stuff you've made, copy it on a damn flashdrive, find local enthusiasts and get cool musical and nerdy conversation going. It requires breaking some ice, but you'll be glad you did it. 🙂
...and to all my friends, not just the music ones.
You know who you are.
Thank you. ❤️
I really love to see my music in videos. I believe that the melodic nature of my tacks can land itself nicely into this kind of use.
Some people already used my tunes and I love the results. ❤️ I've been thinking how to reach more videographers, vloggers, animators, FPV drone hikers and such...
Then I realized: Wait a moment, people I try to pitch my music to naturally have no time to sort through a bunch of EPs.
So I thought I could go ahead and make a little playlist of tracks that I think might go well with a video.
No worry, my tracks have no sync-licensing (thus no ContentID) enabled. I made sure of that. Nobody will take down your video because of my track in it. No Epidemic sound needed. 😁
...oh and I don't want anything. I'm just happy for those tracks to spread. So if you like any of the tracks and see some possible use for it, just drop me an e-mail 👉 here 👈 , or write me on Instagram 👉 here 👈 and I'll send you any format you wish right back. 🙂