After nearly four years of work consisting of about a dozen starts, stops, and restarts, The Cure for Chaos Theory is now available to the world!
The 17-track album is a journey of new original music comprised of electronic rock, alternative, experimental noise, indietronic, and ambient, among others. Through it all, this project is still definitively Psycliq, and we believe it’s some of the best work to date. Standout instrumental tracks include “Her Ice-Lit Walk“, “Rewire“, and the enigmatic “Sad, I Could Have Made You Queen Of The Seas“. And for the first time ever, the album features a guest vocalist: introducing the incredibly talented Jon Wiltzen featured on “Brushwork“.
You can pick up a copy today in a variety of locations. First off, you can listen to the whole album for free at our music website. There, you can also buy the album as a digital download or as a physical CD with full-color artwork. If you buy the CD directly from us, you can even request that it be signed or get a little dinosaur drawing or something. (Note: quality of dinosaur drawing not guaranteed.)
Second, the album is now available digitally on iTunes, Amazon MP3, Spotify, and CD Baby MP3. The album will also soon be available from many other services in both digital and physical formats, so if it’s not in your favorite online store or service yet, just give them a couple weeks to catch up.
Missed an album? Name your price
In celebration of the release of the new album, the entire back catalogue of Psycliq music is now available for download in a name-your-price offer through our music site, with no minimum price. For a limited time, you can pick up The Mathemagician’s Riddle, halt, Results Not Typical, and House of the Rising Sun all for whatever you think they’re worth. And that includes FREE. You’ll be given the opportunity to pay more than nothing, if you want to, but that’s a decision to be made between you and your own crushing guilt.
If you’re in the Boston area, you should soon have an opportunity to Psycliq play live. I’ve been re-configuring a number of tracks to work in a one-man-band setup, with live parts for some of the guitars, vocals, and synths. Keep an eye on the website as well as Facebook and Twitter to learn about upcoming shows, and come support local music!