At the end of last year we did an electro pop remix of one of our earlier songs, “Sensual Ambience”, which was included on our 12th album, “Atmospherics 2: Chill” released in November. While listening to the song during the mixing/remixing process, it occurred to us that the Pet Shop Boys song, “West End Girls” would fit quite nicely with this track. Once the holidays were passed we went back into the studio and did our own version of “West End Girls” and then grafted parts of that into “Sensual Ambience”.
The Track listing for the Extended Play is: 1. Sensual West End Girls Ambience (Extended Mix) 06:26 2. Sensual West End Girls Ambience (Single Edit) 04:10 3. Sensual West End Girls Ambience (Instrumental Mix) 06:26 4. Sensual Ambience (Electro Pop Remix Edit) 07:24
Munich Syndrome’s entire discography, beginning with 2006’s “Sensual Ambience”, on through 2022’s EP’s and singles (“Sensual West End Girls Ambience EP”, “Love & Dancing 2002 EP”, “Love & Dancing 2008 EP” and “Bump & Grind”), are now available for download, as well as many of the releases available on CD as well.
We have recently requested our music be removed from Spotify. This has little to do with the issues surround their support of Joe Rogan and his podcast. The fees associated with streaming are very poor to begin with, but Spotify is the worst. Spotify currently pays $0.0009000 per stream. And that is only if the listener listens beyond the 30-second point of the song. Listening for 10-15 seconds and them moving on denies the artist any type of remuneration. If you want to truly support artists, small independent ones like ourselves, or performers on major labels, please purchase legal down loads / cds / vinyl, or whatever media they are releasing music on.
For the time being the entire Munich Syndrome discography is available from our Bandcamp page, with many of the items, exclusive to this online shop, for the time being.
We are currently working on the Nineteen Eighty Something project, which features songs written and demo’d back in the 1980s, when Munich Syndrome first began, on through songs from and about that era. Our current EP, “Love & Dancing 2022” is part of this project.
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Munich Syndrome and Syndrome Sounds are proud to present Munich Syndrome’s 12th album, Atmospheric 2: Chill. 14 tracks of downtempo, ambient-tinged, dreamy electronica. Atmospheric soundscapes, experimental explorations all anchored in waves of melodic bliss. Included is the full Electro Pop Remix of Sensual Ambience, the title track of Munich Syndrome’s debut album (of the same title).
The album is available at all major online streaming and sales sites including:
The first song from Munich Syndrome’s Nineteen Eighty Something project: 2 Who It May Concern, an extended mix, radio edit,fourth generation Demo, the Sax Version from Sensual Ambience, and the more electronic 2 Whom, form Electronic Ecstasy. One of the very first complete songs I ever wrote back in the eighties. using the original arrangements and some elements from the original demo recordings, this is a completely new version, and the first effort, since the eighties forgoing the vocoder. Written during a time of youth, naivete, optimism, drama, and the feelings that most anything might be possible.
2 Whom It May Concern Track Listing: 1: 2 Whom It May Concern (Extended Mix) 06:28 2. 2 Whom It May Concern (Radio Edit) 04:02 3. 2 Whom It May Concern (Dem0) 03:57 4. To Whom It May Concern (Sensual Ambience Mix) 04:59 5. 2 Whom (Electronic Ecstasy Mix) 04:15
Written in the Halcyon days of the burgeoning synth pop / post-punk movement. Electronic duos Soft Cell, Blancmange, OMD, the Pet Shop Boys and many others opened a door to creativity and freedom.
It all started with a Korg Poly 6, then a Sequential Circuits 6-Track and Drum Tracks were added. Soon came a DX-7, a four-track PortaStudio, and we were off to the races.
Written, Performed & Produced by: David B. Roundsley
Published by: Syndrome Sounds / ASCAP
The original demos were discovered last year during the pandemic, and the Nineteen Eighty Something project will be bringing some of these earliest efforts to life and light.
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