Contains easy-to-use player with all BipTunia songs. Over 12 hours of music, and more music will be added as it's released. The app is made by the creators of this music.
Can play songs one after the other, with or without shuffle and repeat.
Unlike a lot of electronic music, this has melody and structure, won’t hurt your ears (even loud), and you’ll be humming it later. Basically it’s heavy as heck AND radio friendly.
BipTunia music mood: Darkly cheerful, and upbeat introspective. Also fun. And deep. But doesn't take itself too seriously.
Stylistically free. If you have to put a title on it, it can include different flavors of electronic music, including; Darkwave, Synthwave, Industrial, Synth Punk, Downtempo, Trip-Hop, Minimalism, Experimental Electronic, Minimal / Deep Tech. None of that even fits a lot of BipTunia’s music. I call BipTunia “NOTA electronic music.”
BipTunia is former Warner Brothers artist Michael W. Dean (singer / bass player in Bomb) with a new project of TripHop / Downtempo / Rock / Pop / Glam / Industrial / Ambient / Jazz / Space / Minimalism.
BipTunia is based in Wyoming and Maine, yet exists everywhere.
BipTunia also includes spoken word by poet Phil Wormuth. He runs the JipProd word club in rural Maine.
Phil and Michael went to college together during the Cold War, in the Rust Belt of America. They tried making this music back then, but the technology had to catch up.
These two guys were best friends in college, played in a bar band called "The Armless Children."
They lost track of each other for 30 years, got back in touch in 2017, and immediately made this music.”
Their music is a series of concept albums about dancing out the end of the world. But it’s not depressing. There IS hope.