Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app.
- Track 3, "At The Beach", included as a bonus track only available when you download the album. - .docx and .txt versions of the track-by-track short stories. - milkblushh's original concept art for the album cover. - milkblushh's umbrella logo, "Rainy Season" logo, and combo logo - my original concept art for the Rainy Season demo tape - https://twitter.com/Bretzelll 's original umbrella logo concept
All money from purchases on 2/3/17 will be personally donated to the ACLU in support of #NoBanNoWall.
All money from purchases on 2/4/17 will be donated to milkblushh, the artist who collaborated with me on this album who is, at the time of release, currently in the process of moving residences.
From 2/5/17 onwards, Rainy Season will be free with a "pay what you want" option. Any money from purchases will be split between milkblushh and myself.
The "Decaf Version" is for those who want to enjoy the music and only the music, and thus feature no ambient sounds whatsoever. I would suggest the "Blend Version" for your first listen or for any time you'd like to experience Rainy Season the way it was envisioned while reading along to the short stories of each track.
The "Blend Version" of Rainy Season is the ideal version, the vision I had in mind when creating Rainy Season. This version features the ambient sounds of the beach on every song and a cozy train ride along the shore on a select few songs.
Every track on the album has a short story to go along with it. Rainy Season is very thematic and takes a lot of influence from beaches, friends and my influences such as gaming, anime, fashion, artists, cultures, architecture, nature, and music.
Rainy Season are a fictional band led by a purple-haired girl named Aika, who often play in a small cafe in a small port town by the beach. They're often joined on-stage by an unnamed and very sleepy, spotted cat who strolls in, sits on top of the piano, listens, and strolls out as soon as it's over.
Most of the songs are limited to only a few instruments, as the real (fake) Rainy Season would only have a limited number of members to play each instrument live in a cafe setting. The only instruments featured on this album are as follows:
- Acoustic and Electric Guitar
- Misc Percussion
- Glockenspiel (only featured on "Stale Cupcakes")
- Flute (only featured on "At The Beach")
- Upright Bass (only featured on "At The Beach)"