I read a post on Facebook yesterday by Agus (aka Warmth), the founder of Archives, a music label I only discovered about 18 months ago but quickly became a huge fan of. He talked about the difficulties faced in getting this incredible music out there due to a lack of interest from distributors and retailers. This makes me sad, because I've consistently been in awe of the quality of music coming out of Archives just in the time since I found them.
So this is my way of showing some support, by buying the CDs and the downloads and making a bit of noise to my tiny follower count in the hope that maybe it'll catch on. I love this music, and I know others do too. If you think it might be your thing, check them out on the link below or search 'archives bandcamp' on Google. People have this misconception that the ambient genre is whale music or weird new-age stuff; there's so much more to it than that. If you like sound with real depth and layers that you just keep discovering the more you listen, you'll like this.
And if it's not your thing, that's okay too.
This is the only picture I got of my buck alive out of 3 cameras, 5 days before the hunt started he was in my favorite area to hunt, 19 days later he decided to cross through there again and it didnt go as well for him the second time as it did the first. #TrailCam#Stealthcam#Muley#30Yards#DirtNap#Tines