• More Download Options

    Not only is everything now free, but there are also more options for downloads!

    To start, you can stream everything right off the website. Just go to the Discography page, find the album you want to listen to, and go to it. You’ll find an embedded player right there.

    Also, every album (and EP/single) can be downloaded in its entirety in MP3 format. There are also options for audio enthusiasts to get each album in Ogg Vorbis or FLAC format as well. All of these are at the bottom of each album page.

    Lastly, just so everyone understands, Partition 36 is not going away. Far from it – a new album is already underway!  This change to everything being free is just a reflection that I want everyone to be able to enjoy my music.

    If you do wish to support Partition 36, you can do so in two ways.  First, spread the word!  Share the website on social media sites, burn copies for your friends, whatever!  You can also support Partition 36 through the PayPal link on the right.

  • Blog now up! Sorta…

    If you haven’t noticed, the Tumblr-based Partition 36 blog is no more. From here on out you can instead expect the blog to exist here, directly on the Partition 36 site. There aren’t any posts yet, but keep an eye out on the blog page for some to show up soon.

    Oh, and here’s the address!  https://www.partition36.com/blog/

  • Galleries and Links

    The Galleries page is back up, and you can view the photo shoot that was recently completed for the new album, 63.  A big thanks to Downtown Photography for doing these awesome pictures!

    I’ve also (finally) gotten the Links page back up.  Hey, ever site needs a Links page, right?


  • Website is back up

    The website is back up and has been redesigned! There is also a new “About/FAQ” page that I suggest checking out, and the Equipment page has been updated slightly.

    Enjoy and be sure to pass the page along to others!

  • Partition 36 Website Redesign

    The Partition 36 website is undergoing a redesign!  Things should now move faster and be easier to navigate.  Please give me a few days to fix everything up.  In the meantime, why not listen to some Partition 36 on YouTube or follow me on Twitter?