Hello, how are you.
In 2019 I’ve put out one album, and contributed heavily to another.
It’s been a year since the release of Also, and this is another album of all-original instrumental rock The Alewife.
The Alewife is a fish. Some places call it a gaspareau but I know you wouldn’t be able to pronounce that so I called it The Alewife even though nobody here calls them alewife.
You can get this album from all the standard places. Bandcamp, iTunes, Amazon (US only), Google Play, Spotify and countless others that nobody has even heard of let alone used. You can follow this link to see lots of places to get it.
If you get it from Bandcamp it has the advantage of being (a) the lowest price (b) available in multiple DRM-free formats like highest quality MP3, Lossless formats like FLAC, Ogg Morbo or whatever it’s called these days. Or you can just listen for what counts as “free” from Spotify. Do what you want, I’m not your dad.
The Alewife by Steven Cogswell is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
All’s Well: A Night Attack Album
This is a compilation of some of the music I made for the show Night Attack. It features comedy from Brian Brushwood and Justin Robert Young. Most of the musical tracks were previously released here on my page Songs to Night Attack By but it also has a previously-unreleased track with the excellent, excellent title of Poop in Space.
Also a first for me, there’s a cover version of Need a Little Time by actual musician Mike TV. You can get the full version of his cover on iTunes, since for some reason only part of it is on All’s Well.
Night Attack handled the release and distribution of All’s Well, so you can get it from CDBaby, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and Spotify.
This album hit #1 on iTunes comedy, Google Play Comedy, Amazon Comedy, #3 overall on iTunes, #1 overall on Amazon, and #2 overall on Google Play. It failed to chart on Billboard because either due to “being priced too low” or “nobody understands how to get albums listed on Billboard”
In the press, All’s Well was written up in an article on The Daily Dot and The ATOP Newsletter
If you’re looking for the musical tracks from All’s Well in lossless format because that’s that way you roll, here they are.
The album on Spotify: