FREE Release - sonicDISTRACTIONS

sonic DISTRACTIONS is now available for FREE from these sites:
Soundcloudhttps://soundcloud.com/adriannakrikl/sets/sonicdistractions 
Bandcamphttps://adriannakrikl.bandcamp.com/album/sonicdistractions
FMA: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Adrianna_Krikl/Sonic_Distractions/
instant download, zip file, MP3, 56 megs: http://smarturl.it/sonic2

sonic DISTRACTIONS is a diverse mix of electronica and trip-hop with hypnotic vocal loops, as well as instrumentals with melodic electronic tones.  

"this an absolutely stunning release, with beautiful back to back tracks that are sure to gather a lot of attention" -Insomnia Radio Network
"a wonderfully weird slice of trip-hop" -Soundsphere Magazine 
"clattering house with real drive and more than a little Eastern psychedelic swirl." -Acid Ted
"yearning and intriguing blend of future pop and witchhouse" -Wild Patterns

The album is free, under a Creative Commons License. I want to encourage listeners to download, utilized and share the music. Contact me for more info on free non-commercial usage, and on licensing fees for commercial use.

To share this music & send friends to this specific page, just copy & paste this convenient link: http://smarturl.it/sonic2-info

thanks!
~adrianna

KRIKL music on your TV

Here are a few recent shows utilizing my music. 

ROADTRIP NATION has a new series called THE NEXT MISSION. This program follows three veterans who travel across the country, as they try to figure out how they can re-enter civilian life by talking with people who have made that transition. I am proud to have several of my songs from my album "Snowbirds Take Flight" on the show. You can download the album for free from here.  

The opening credits of the dekkoo original series FERAL uses the song AtDawn from the album "A Snowbird's Nest."  You can purchase the song from iTunes or Amazon, and stream it from Spotify or Soundcloud.  Several other songs/music/score from the album were also featured throughout the series. 

Thanks for listening. 

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