Panjoma’s Personacide is now available on Amazon, iTunes, and more. STREAM THE FULL ALBUM FREE ON SOUNDCLOUD TODAY ONLY! Please buy the album and support Panjoma when you like what you hear.
Stream here: http://soundcloud.com/panjoma/personacide
Music to murder your identity to, Personacide reflects a different breed of beats merging hip hop, IDM, and synth rock.
Personacide was created by Patrik Nilsson, Ritch Napierkowski, Mary Panjoma, and Christian Alvarez during the sweltering summer heat of Austin, Texas in 2008. Personacide was created over the course of five days, during the birthday week that Mary Panjoma and Patrik Nilsson share in June. Over the course of the celebrations, Panjoma created over sixteen hours of raw audio recordings, which Mary would ultimately edit into Personacide.
Personacide was created between and by the altered states of the band members at the time of recording, and was the result of many late night and early morning philosophical discussions, hours-long jams, and other various creative surges and manifestations. It was created primarily with a Microkorg, Kstation, KP, live bass, Korg SX, and Roland MV.
Film, Art, and Soundtracks
Panjoma has recently completed scoring the soundtrack for an amazing independent horror film called “Psympatico“. We are beyond thrilled to have been a part of this amazing project and we cannot wait to release more details about the film’s distribution and official premiere. The soundtrack’s iTunes release date is 4/5/14.The soundtrack release party is in Austin, Texas on 5/9/14.
As of December 9th, 2012, artist Paul Beck has completed the new Panjoma video for the single “Death Mantra”, which is being released as a teaser for Panjoma’s upcoming 2013 album, which Panjoma is working on in the studio now. As of January 2013, Paul has also completed the new Panjoma video for the single “Transmit Invocation”. Paul has worked with David Burn, The Calm Blue Sea, and many other artists. He is a two time Latin Grammy Award recipient. Paul also headed the animation for the feature films Waking Life and A Scanner Darkly. For the moment, you can only view these videos on You Tube or Facebook.
Panjoma has also been featured in the soundtracks for several films including American Drug War (as seen on Showtime), How Weed Won The West, and Sweatshop.
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7 inch vinyl single with B side
Psympatico: Motion Picture Soundtrack