New ftprints11 CD Click the World - Out Soon

July 5, 2016

ftprints11- Tracers thank you!

October 31, 2014
Thanks to all my fans for downloading and sharing ftprints11 Traces of desire (ii)
I am working on a huge live show concept, so I hope to see you all soon!

Richard W. Rummery

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Traces of Desire II - out now

September 4, 2014
Pleased to announce my 8th ftprints11 music album release:
 Traces of Desire II

The first 'Traces of desire' is an unreleased album recorded in 2008, and is in some ways a live in the studio album. This new album continues the theme, and has some  strong new tracks that I hope everyone will like:)

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ftprints11 aid Socceroos with song

June 17, 2014
As a huge fan of soccer, and an ex-player, I am happy to contribute what I can to the Socceroo bid for a world cup final berth in Brazil, or Qatar! The current team looked really strong int he opening game against Chile so IO am expecting a great match against the Nederlands - who are my favourite other team to win. I like Robben and van Perse.
So come on Aussie come on! We're gonna sing our way to victory/with a Socceroo world cups song...

Don't forget Sandy is available at
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Its our goal! (Socceroo World Cup song)

January 20, 2014
A one off single release for the Australian soccer team and all their fans by ftprints11. Out through November Media Music
Available for download on Itunes
Its our goal! (Socceroo World Cup song)

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The Kissing tree - ftprints11

September 6, 2011
The new ftprints11 album The Kissing Tree (2011) features new songs such as Better Days, Warm, What's it gonna take? as well as more the electrodance styled tracks such as Don't u want to dance? and I want the truth. This album is more of a synthesis of genres than the Unsound and Thump twin set, focussing on simple yet evocative musical statements. Like all ftprints11 music there is more to it than meets the eye (so to speak) and rewards the discerning listener with depth of field ralely att...
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Musical Chairs

October 15, 2009
Music involves one in an intimate and deep relationship with their own emotional reactions and interpretations. One meets themselves in the journey of a song, but may not recognise themself. Much like a dream, when a song or piece of music is heard, it can get to you; it can work itself into your mind, inhabiting your unconscious. Songs evoke memories and emotions which are unique to us, yet they are inspired by the very same sound that others hear. But no two people hear exactly the same thi...
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October 13, 2009
ftprints11 (aka Richard Rummery and special guests) is the originator of flexrock, a unique form of modern pop/rock music, gestures and structure which draws upon the Art tradition as much as the fashionable trends and developments of the popular forms. No style of musical expression is out of bounds here, the are all relevant and valid if they are sincerely performed and crafted to evoke real emotions and memories that can heal and nurture the inner self or unite people in collective dancing...
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Richard Rummery is the originator of Flexrock. It signifies the diversity and depth of his stylistic influences which are synthesised as the ftprints11 sound. A songwriter, musician and producer, Rummery is also a philosopher with a special interest in popular music. A prolific writer and producer, he creates all sounds in his recordings, with the occasional special guest. The single 'I can't escape love' from the acclaimed album Unsound (2006) was released in the US and featured on US reality TV show Laguna Beach. Thump (2006) Violet Millions (2009) and Reflexion (2010), The Kissing Tree (2012) and Sandy (2013) are all out through November Media Music. Each ftprints11 album is a unique statement and expression of Rummery's talent and dedication to the art of songwriting and music generally. Other miscellaneous singles include 'Break it up' (Jack & Jill Coke Vol. 10) and Its out Goal! (Socceroo World Cup Song).