Spring Phase

by Exit Signs

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The challenge continues, and somehow, some way I still manage to record and release a new song at the end of each week. And you know what really surprises me about this whole endeavor? Instead of being stressed about such deadlines, I've actually been happier than ever during these first six months. I feel a new sense of contentment with the level of creative productivity I'm hitting on a consistent basis, and one of the songs even acted as the catalyst for my engagement (see 'Week Twenty-Five')! It can only get better from here.

The music that I recorded during this spring quarter has perhaps an obvious new vibe to it compared to the winter release, focusing on some lighter sounds and melodies. The simple change in weather can influence such things, although you'll still find some darker dramatic tones here and there; listen to Week Seventeen for the moody synth textures and glitch-drums that I spent my winter honing (hey, it still rains a ton in the springtime). All in all, we've got a good spread of sounds and styles both new and old, crafted with some of the sonic staples in my studio as well as a number of new tools that I carefully add as time goes on.

Ideas are already forming for the next batch of songs, and I look forward to powering through the upcoming Summer and Autumn releases with new sounds and techniques that I haven't even yet considered. Thank you for sticking with me during this project, and making it to the halfway mark; the feedback I've received across Weekly Beats, SoundCloud, Facebook, and other avenues has been extremely supportive, and it inspires me to keep moving forward with this and other musical projects with which I insist on filling my free time.

Enjoy this new batch of songs on your summer road trips, BBQs, or otherwise, and keep listening as new songs continue to roll out of the Exit Signs Studio. Cheers!


Follow along with my blog at: blog.exitsignsmusic.com

And the Weekly Beats project at: weeklybeats.com#/matthew+flook

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released July 1, 2014

Written, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Matthew Flook

Album artwork photographed and edited by Matthew Flook

"Week Twenty-Six" features Scott Worley (of Jatun) on analog synth and EBow guitar

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Exit Signs Portland, Oregon

Matthew Flook - also known for his electronic space pop duo Pinscape - creates delicate electronic and acoustic soundscapes for films, art installations and live performance. This music fits neatly under the guise of Exit Signs, conjuring up stark images of endless highways, desolate white-walled hallways or the neon glow of a forlorn dive bar after last call. ... more

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