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Submissions Officially Closed

Treetrunk Records is now closed for submissions, perhaps indefinitely. Thank you. Thomas urges interested parties to visit the label home at and enjoy the many hundreds of releases there.

The website will remain up and active, thanks to those who generously donated to our Gofundme campaign.

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Torrey And Thomas Park- Torrey Reads Thomas [treetrunk 397]

Thomas Park’s wife was kind enough to provide a spirited reading of one of his original poems. The music in the background is by mystified. Special thanks to Torrey for her time and creative spirit.

Torrey Reads Thomas at

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The Future Of Treetrunk Records


Thanks to many generous contributors, creatively and financially, Treetrunk Records will be able to have its own domain and ad-free website until at least the end of next year, perhaps further. To me, this is significant.

In terms of submissions, the netlabel plans to close, after its 400th release, for an indefinite period. It is Thomas’ contention that the substantial discography of the netlabel should itself be explored, or revisited (if it already has been explored).

That┬ábeing said, Thomas plans to maintain Treetrunk’s website and general web presence, helping to ensure its legacy.

He also will be offering some nice features for the 400th release, including a high-definition downloadable version of the Treetrunk Records documentary and 5 original prints based on a logo design.

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Coming Soon– Treetrunk Records’ 400th Release

Coming Soon: Treetrunk Records’ 400th Release, with a free Documentary Video, 5 Original Prints, and more.


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Thomas Park- Many Engines [treetrunk 396]

Thomas Park recorded 2 high-fidelity engine sounds, and made 20 outtakes from these sounds. He used these outtakes as source material in the longform track, “Many Engines”. No additional sources were used. Special thanks to Todd Pruzan for supplying the photographic part of the cover image.

Many Engines at

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Thomas Park- Engine Sound Outtakes [treetrunk 395]

In 2017, Thomas Park recorded some very high-fidelity engine sounds. He then took the sounds and processed them further. Here are the 20 outtakes he created.

Engine Sound Outtakes at

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Uzbazur- Tape Cassette Remixes EP [treetrunk 394]

In this E.P., Uzbazur remixes sounds provided by Model 201, which were extracted and processed from old mystified cassettes. He adds his own sounds, as well, and his own original composing methods.

Tape Cassette Remixes EP at

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Thomas Park- Vintage Lo-Fi Samples [treetrunk 393]

Here are some samples I concocted many years ago. Most are fairly lo-fi and were made using various forms of digital processing.

Vintage Lo-Fi Samples at

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Thomas Park- Generative MIDI [treetrunk 392]

This release contains a number of MIDI files authored by Thomas Park. These files were generated fractally. Many were further composed using a program called “Anvil Studio”. Of note especially are the “OS” pieces, as they came to comprise “Our Skies Radio”. Our Skies Radio was a featured radio station at and was referenced in an article in Spin Magazine (November 2000). The pieces on the station were created using variable star data as seeds– this data having been collected from the website of the AAVSO Observatory. Some of the other MIDI files were assembled to create longer form pieces, such as the essential Treetrunk work, “Music For Infants” (2005 Treetrunk Records).

Generative MIDI at

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Looking Back– Some Holiday Audio

For lovers of dark audio, here is an alternative Christmas mix I made back in 2011:

2011 would not be complete without an alternative Christmas mix from Treetrunk. So here, without further ado, is a half-an-hour of dark atmospherics and twisted toy-like dreams. Enjoy!

Various Artists– Free Christmas 2011 Mix [treetrunk 194] at

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