2016 saw the release of two new albums and an EP: Crap Chute’s Concentrated which has 19 + 1 tracks and runs about one hour and twenty-four minutes, and Crap Chute’s Canal Route with a further 11 + 1 tracks and runs fifty minutes. Finally Crap Chute’s Pander Doublet 2016 with two new songs for Xmas. You can get all of them through Bandcamp.
Like previous collections, Canal Route, Concentrated and Pander Doublet are Creative Commons. It’s my intention to give you the maximum freedom under the law to listen to my music.
Don’t commit yourself. Here, click the little play arrow on the player below. Listen to the whole thing for free, see if I care.
Crap Chute’s Canal Route by Steven Cogswell is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
You can also get Canal Route from iTunes, Amazon MP3, Google Play, and Spotify. Also in weird-ass places like Tidal, Deezer, Pandora and other high-class places Canadians aren’t allowed into.
All the places to get Canal Route
Crap Chute’s Concentrated by Steven Cogswell is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
You can also get Concentrated from iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and listen on things like Spotify and Apple Music.
All the places to get Concentrated
If you get Concentrated direct from Bandcamp, you get a super-secret bonus track not available anywhere else, I think. Bandcamp also gives you maximum freedom in choice of audio format. It’s already pretty damned cheap, if I say so myself, but if you looked really hard, you would have either found a discount code letting you get it even cheaper, or a code to get you the entire album for free.
Pander Doublet is a Bandcamp exxxclusive that you can get for free.