The House Organ is a DIY label for audio and other artefacts from the No-Audience Underground. Primarily sounding across a spectrum of improvisation and noise, it has taken a critical stance to digital-self-publishing whilst providing alternatives to dominant streaming and sharing models. For deep-thinkers who don’t take themselves too seriously.
Initially it shunned Bandcamp, focussing upon Crypto, Bitcoin, Torrents, Tor networks and p2p. Whilst still privacy conscious it has learned from the alienation these approaches create within the DIY music community. For more on these approaches, read An (Opinionated) Critical Guide to DIY Digital Publishing (kindly published by TQ).
The current version is exploring online streaming platforms and more user-friendly approaches with the aim of self-publishing and close-collaboration.