Transport Layer Security EP

A braindance electronic music, with that distinctive emotional drama provided by layers of synths and glitches. At the core of these tracks stands an inspiration of exploring machinic polyrythms and how they can be used to blur the distinction of what is really inorganic, or not. Below, however, this distinction of natural organism is a false promise, a blind alley, a dead end. We – kitchen appliances, smartphones, cyborgs and humans – are all part of the same machinic phylum. Thinking of privacy, security, transparency in networked world, this EP flows its own melodies and stories, sometimes off-kilter runaway paths and poly-breakbeats, at other times dramatic pads and sustained basslines.

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a cryptographic protocol designed to provide communications security over a computer network. Several versions of the protocol find widespread use in applications such as web browsing, email, instant messaging, and voice over IP. Websites can use TLS to secure all communications between their servers and web browsers.

supported by patrons via Patreon.
thanks to Miha, Črt, and Igor for feedback.


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roll over and look at the stars

The other day, it was about two months ago, I created a whole new plan with regard to my Patreon and Bandcamp subscribers. At the moment there are nine people who are supporting me via Patreon, and none yet on Bandcamp, since I didn’t yet launched that option there. But ever since the option on Bandcamp was there I wanted to review and restart the whole thing with subscriptions and patronage.

My biggest problem with this system, which in essence is ideal for me and I love it immensely, is that I am unable to stick to the plan, to regularity (there are complex reasons behind this). I opened Patreon page in January 2016 with a lot of plans, but at the core of it all was a more or less regular monthly music release. I managed to release three times in 2016 and one time 2017, two releases in 2018, and one in 2019. I have sporadically posted updates to my patrons, and all this seemed far too little for me to promote my subscription to anyone with any real confidence. All the updates and releases seem just too far apart to constitute anything I want to promote (not in a bad way) to anyone.

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Recursion EP in the making

Screenshot - 19. 02. 2016 - 16:33:45

(I wrote this as a public Patreon update)

Today I finished basic structure for a (extended club) remix of original Recursion track. This means that how the track evolves, where are drops, bridges, transitions and other elements is now laid out, I just need at least another day to smooth out the transitions so that they are the way they should be. After more than two weeks of pretty dark creep regarding work (including Patreon updates!) things started to move with a slightly faster pace, which is a relief.


As I wrote before, the Recursion video is ready for release and during the weekend I want to prepare some teasers (animated gifs!) to go around social networks. I will post the video early at the beginning of the week to my patrons exclusively, the video and EP should be out on thursday or friday, and there’s a background story to the track Recursion that needs to be told. Not sure yet what form this telling will take (writing, video log or commentary to the music video), but I would love to take a form of an “open studio” video log.

In the meantime I’m rushing to finish another remix of Recursion track, send it into mastering and pack it into an EP for Bandcamp (and free name-your-price download).

First Patreon update, what’s cookin’?

Just posted this as my first post to Patreon: support my work at!

Screenshot - 08. 01. 2016 - 18:14:32


It’s friday of the first week in 2016 and I’m shyly (for now) launching my Patreon page. This is a public update of what’s cookin’ in next month or two.

Firstly, I’m working towards the video for a track called “Recursion“, which is on album “ARP 339” relased on our little label Kamizdat under the Wanda & Nova deViator alias. The video will start as a montage of video material shot with 4 cameras at our performance ARP339 almost a year ago, where we created a peculiar club/concert situation inside a contemporary dance venue. I’m not sure what will happen within the editing process, but I’m pretty confident it will look … well … peculiar! In parallel I’m working on a single/EP release of the original track with edits and remixes. This will hopefully constitute a nice Patreon-supported release package: a video and an EP.

Secondly, I’m performing my latest audio-visual performance Interface Fractures III: Silicon in early March. This performance had a premiere in September 2015 but was not really finished. It was performed in somewhat improvisational “beta” version, so my goal is to create a finished final 1.0 release, a an audio-visual composition created in Processing, SuperCollider and Renoise. This means quite a lot of programming.

And on the last note for this update, I decided to lauch Patreon page without the intro video for now. I recorded and edited something right after New Years Eve but was not so happy with it and I decided it really needs some more work. I’m trying to listen to so many advices online (and voices in my head too!) saying I should love what I’m releasing. So hopefully by the next update the Patreon intro video will be up.

ARP 339 performance Screenshot - 08. 01. 2016 - 18:13:22


30 Patreon secrets to success

Do it consistently. Mean it every time. Love it, and never force it.” –Flight Chops

“Stop waiting to make the perfect thing — what you can release this week will always beat what you dream of releasing next year”. –Mike McHargue (Science Mike)

Be consistent in releasing your creations. Content is king. Do it because you love what you do, not because you think it’ll make you a million dollars.  Happiness = Reality – Expectations” –Stuart Yoshida (Ooktown)

“Think long term. Things might not happen overnight for most of us, but if you’re in it for long term, things will probably go exponential.” –Cuckoo

Be dedicated. Life as a creator can be really tough to be honest, so many people give up and leave their dreams behind. I’ve been holding onto my dream as a media creator for over 12 years and if I ever gave up, I wouldn’t never have had the opportunity to say ‘I made that,’ nor would I have met other cool creators. One of the greatest feelings is seeing your imagination come to life and it opens so many windows to an amazing future! Always keep your old work too, no matter how bad you think it is, it shows how you’ve improved and tells the story of where you began and what made you, you today.” –Mindstorm Productions

“Channel your creativity into something you’re passionate about — don’t just create something to please others or to gain views. That won’t get you anywhere you want to go, and isn’t nearly as rewarding. There are a million creators out there, but only one you… so create what only you can.” –Amanda Lee (LeeAndLie)

“Try to convey the pure sense of joy you get from creating. Let people know there’s always room on your team. Encourage interaction, suggestions, and feedback.”-Tim (Table To Paudio)

“Create, create, create! Don’t wait for things to be perfect. Improvement will come through iteration, practice, and persistence.” –Dr. Kiki Sanford (This Week In Science)

Do the work, build the community, then ask for money. Don’t get the order wrong.” –Patrick Beja (RDVTech)

“Create. Create all the time and keep releasing stuff, even the stuff you aren’t proudest of. Keep that flow of information and creativity going and you will find yourself constantly needing to create. The constant flow also attracts more attention. People show up to experience your creations and the act of creating.” –Dyson Logos

“Don’t expect money to roll in until you’ve established a loyal fan base (by creating consistent quality content).” –Gregor Czaykowski (Loading Artist)

“Despite what it might look like from the outside, being serious about content creation is much more about staying true to the content and much less about trying to please your audience. If you are under the impression that being ‘serious’ means tweaking so that everyone’s happy, then you’re missing the point.” -Anon

“Just do it — keep creating and sharing.” –Cassy Fry

“I’ve met people who have stressed out for days, weeks, months or years over how to make their first video absolutely perfect. Well let me tell you a little secret. It never will be! The only way to get better at something is to do it over and over, again and again. So just accept that your first video won’t be the best. Your second will be better, and your third even better. It’s all upwards from there! So if you’re serious about creating… Get creating!” –John Atkins (Uke Teacher)

“Know your audience.” –Max Vaehling

Do it often because you love it and there is little else that brings you more joy. Listen to feedback and make adjustments as you see fit, but always understand that it’s your work and you have final say. Trust your instincts.”  –Daniel Anderson

“Make the content you would want to watch!” -Anon

“Bank plenty of material! I find it’s important to release material regularly to keep patrons engaged, so I have a backlog of recordings & videos I can draw on when I’m too busy to make something new.” –Carsie Blanton

Be patient, be disciplined, be productive, and don’t be shy about promoting yourself.” –Anna Landin

“Make time to work and just do it. Keep working and trying to improve instead of worrying that your work isn’t good enough.” -Tait

“Only create what you enjoy creating, you need to have fun and love what you doing or it won’t work out. Keep consistent, don’t let dislikes or haters get to you. Pay attention to the ones who love what you do.” -ParamoreMike

Invest, be patient, reach out to other creators for help. Share the love and build a community.” -Laura Brouwers (Cyarin)

“More than anything, don’t give up. I know that sounds super generic and wishy-washy but it’s true. Content creation is hard work, and sometimes in the dank hours of 2 AM it feels like nobody but you cares about what you do. But guess what? There are people out there who love what you do but probably haven’t heard of you yet! Get out there and let them know about your passion for making orchestral soundtracks using a spatula, xylophone and several kinds of mason jars, or whatever it is you do!” –Jessica Vandyk

Be the #1 fan of your own work!” –Junk

“Engage with your community as best you can, but don’t beat yourself up when your community grows too large for you to engage with everyone.” -Anon

“Stop giving your stuff away for free. Let people in on your process.” –Ian Durias

“Produce work, share it, and don’t get down if it seems you’re throwing it into the void at times. Do what you enjoy in a way that doesn’t make you cease to enjoy it any longer.”  –Tallulah Cunningham

“Start creating what you love, and release, release, release. Properly tag your work and be sure to tag related artists, songs, etc. Casting a wide net will bring in people who may love your work that otherwise would not have discovered it.” –Luke McQuillan

Stay true to your heart, create with love and passion. The rest happens through that.” –Nate Maingard