A free holiday tune made by Jerome Froese in December 2017. Although the track is for free, please be assured that all donations are very welcome and will be invested wisely 🙂 Released December 17, 2017. Arranged, recorded and produced by Jerome Froese in December 2017. Based on the original The Carol of the Drum by Katherine K. Davis (1941).
A personal selection of tunes from Jerome Froese’s past with Tangerine Dream. The first chapter covers the years 1990 – 1995. On Orange Sized Dreams you’ll only find remixed, overhauled, re-recorded and leftover tracks. Several titles were carefully restored from the original 24 track tapes and MIDI files which partly results in a complete reshape of the material.
The first solo release by Jerome Froese since 2012 contains two completely new tracks which are more electronic than on the previous EP’s + his famous guitartronica experiments. Third one is an all new version of the 2005 track At Marianas Trench from his debut album Neptunes.
A selection of all the EP’s (except the #! (Shebang EP) by Jerome Froese plus two bonus tracks. This Compilation was originally released on June 8th 2012. The CD edition is currently out of print, but the album is still available digitally.
Far Side Of The Face is a mixture of conciliative and optimistic tunes combined with Jerome’s signature sound of guitar sequencing, pumping beats, FX gimmickry and atmospheric layers, making his music to be one of a kind. On Far Side Of The Face you’ll find longing, devotion and self-discovery as part of an intimate journey. Two of the songs were created in collaboration with Johannes Schmölling, who is also a guest musician on this album.
First part of the Moonloop series, announced some time ago. Every issue of this product will contain a specific motto and two titles of music with an undetermined length. As a special treat, the first 15 copies of every edition will be unique and handcrafted CD-R’s made by Jerome himself with 15 special visual themes of the motto. (All tracks from this album are also included in the Cases Of Recurrence compilation).
Preventive Medicine needed? We’ll help!
First aid comes in terms of our “Preventive Medicine” EP which is meant to be a follow up to the 2007 release Precooked Munchies. It contains four new tracks incl. one from Jerome’s subsequent studio album Far Side Of The Face. (Three tracks from this EP are also included in the Cases Of Recurrence compilation).
Originally, it was not supposed to happen that our free download goodie should find its way on a regular CD release. Then, out of the blue a small label from USA asked us for a license. Expect to get some real first-rate guitartronica music from Jerome, plus two new tunes! (All tracks from this album are also included in the Cases Of Recurrence compilation).
Like on Neptunes everything you hear is mainly based on guitars but in some places it sounds quite different to its predecessor. You’ll find spheric guitar walls and arppegios as well as distorted and disturbing moments. Shiver Me Timbers opens another chapter which is definitely linked to Jerome’s handwriting.
Designed to reduce the waiting time for Shiver Me Timbers. A five track preview EP with over 30 minutes of all new music! Including two album and three bonus cuts. All EPs were be signed by Jerome Froese. (All tracks from this EP are also included in the Cases Of Recurrence compilation). There were several versions available:
Jerome Froese’s first-ever solo album. For those well acquainted with his history, it might not come as a big surprise that a big part of the sound is dominated by Jerome’s guitar work. On Neptunes, shoegazing guitar walls meet melodic solos and crystalline acoustic pickings on a distinctive electronic foundation.
An official preview release for Jerome’s full length album Neptunes. This EP with two album cuts and one unreleased track was released in May 2005. (All tracks from this EP are also included in the Cases Of Recurrence compilation).
In 2004 the ambitioned Dutch label Groove Unlimited released the single C8H10N4O2 (the chemical formula for caffeine) featuring a seven minute track of the same name by Jerome Froese. This track was a good example of the music to be expected on his first full length album Neptunes that was finally released in late 2005.
Media: CD (Cardboard)