About Me

I’m James Flamestar.

I like noise, and trying to be funny, and long walks on the beach.

Welcome to my little slice of insanity on the internet.

5 Responses to “About Me”

  1. Displeasured December 6, 2013 at 8:44 am #

    Hello, I am a streamer on twitch.tv and I have heard your music on other streamers channels and I was wondering if I could play your music I’m my stream as well?

  2. SpeakmanJ December 24, 2013 at 6:35 am #

    James, I love your music, my only major issue is that you make it so damned hard to find a place to buy it on your actual website. Yes, I know I can get it here or there, or just on bandcamp, but please fix this and make it obvious so people don’t just give up and download it.

    Keep up the amazing spirit and fresh works!

    • jflamestar December 24, 2013 at 7:24 am #

      Hey Hey!
      The website is in much disarray – I really need to go and revamp it so that people can easily find my albums and buy them from the site with minimal clicking :) Thanks for persevering and finally ending up on my bandcamp page – your support means a lot to me :D

  3. hallfour2009 January 9, 2014 at 1:56 am #

    James, I’d love if you were on iTunes, why aren’t you?

    • jflamestar January 9, 2014 at 2:17 am #

      Hi there!
      I initially signed up with Bandcamp because I was a fan of their simple, DRM-free approach to music, with the option for the people who purchase my album to download it in a number of different formats. I never foresaw my music actually getting popular with people, hence I stuck to a single provider ;)
      I’m looking at doing a bit more of an expansion in my year hiatus until the next album – redesigning the site, doing a bit of PR work and generally spending some time doing things outside of composition and production. One of those things will be looking at alternate distribution services (itunes, beatport etc) and seeing what they offer to the buyer. At the end of the day I want the people who buy my music to have a drm-free audio file they can play wherever they choose, on whatever device they have – if other companies support this then that’s the kind of service I want my music on!

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