Älymystö Magnum Opus

Written by Älymystö on Friday, July 26th, 2013


Tweet The band has decided to lay the groundwork for their next album now, at the turn of the tide. The second album, carrying the project name MAGNUM OPUS, will dig deep into the murderous depths of dark, experimental industrial noise metal, unearthing the unspeakable and renewing the industrial music world once and for all. […]

Näin lataat bändimme Atomgrad-albumin Pirate Baysta blokkauksen ohi

Written by Älymystö on Tuesday, July 31st, 2012


Yhtyeemme Älymystön kannalta tekijänoikeusjärjestöjen vaatima Pirate Bayn blokkaus on vähän tylsä veto, sillä levitämme mm. Atomgrad-albumiamme promootiomielessä sen kautta. Lienee siis tarpeen esitellä nykyisille ja tuleville faneillemme kuinka tämän hyödyttömän eston voi kiertää minuutissa.

Spinoff: “800 Memories Per Second” by taphead now available

Written by Herra Paalanen on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010


Tweet As some of you may have heard, I’ve been working on a solo album this year, and I’m happy to say it is now available for enjoyment by humans. The album is called 800 Memories Per Second and it’s a collection of mostly live improvisations recorded over a period of two years or so. […]

19:38:00 now available on Spotify

Written by Älymystö on Monday, March 8th, 2010


Tweet The split release with And Then You Die is finally up on Spotify. Took three months, but hopefully it was worth the wait. Click here to listen. Spread the word far and wide.

Älymystö / ATYD Split Album Out in 24.12.

Written by Älymystö on Monday, November 9th, 2009


Tweet Now it’s finally official: Älymystö / And Then You Die split album titled 19:38:00 will be released in 24th of December as a digital download. The album will be available in iTunes Music Store, Nokia Music Store, Spotify and selected other on-line services right in time to offer you some easy listening for the […]

On Spotify and what passes for journalism nowadays

Written by Herra Paalanen on Saturday, November 7th, 2009


Tweet An article regarding Spotify payments has been making the rounds in Finland over the past few days. According to the article the Finnish record label Sakara has received a whopping 31,40 euros from 118 119 streamed songs, and they are somewhat understandably upset. 0,027 cents per one streaming of one song isn’t exactly even a […]

Atomgrad Now in Spotify

Written by Älymystö on Tuesday, October 13th, 2009


Tweet So, we have good news for all of you Spotify fans out there. As of today, our full length album Atomgrad is available in Spotify, so just click here and tune in. Right now our latest publication, a split vinyl EP, is still in the production line, but things are certainly moving forward. Also, […]

Artist Opinion from Sweden: “I’d Rather Be Raped By Pirate Bay Than Go With Spotify”

Written by Herra Honkonen on Thursday, August 13th, 2009


Tweet From the point of view of the consumers Spotify has been the only music service out there that can really complete with piracy on the ease of use, the amount of music available and of course, the price. There have been some random grumbling especially from the old school artist front, but now a […]

Copyright Organization Logic – Artists Violating Their Own Copyrights

Written by Herra Honkonen on Friday, July 24th, 2009


Tweet A thing most people – even many artists – don’t know is that when you join a copyright organization such as the Finnish Gramex or Teosto or their counterparts in other countries, you most often lose the right to decide how you can use your own music. Everything has go through the organization, which […]

Region Restrictions in a World with No Borders

Written by Herra Honkonen on Thursday, January 29th, 2009


Tweet Well, no surprise there that it was too good to last. If you wonder where your favourite music vanished from Spotify, they are implementing region restrictions. So basically in the future you can listen only to music that has been licensed for your country. This illustrates beautifully one of the current problems with media […]