The month-long MP3, entitled Nisan Moon Phase (Extended), is now online. Because of its decreased bitrate (though given the lo-fi nature of this 786 hours, 3 minutes, and 4 seconds long piece, the lower bitrate is not going to be entirely detrimental to the enjoyability of the work and it'll save your hard drive the strain of what would normally be a file of approximately 70GB - about a quarter of the average of today's laptops' storage) at the 192kbps standard they have so far gone for), the file is not being considered part of the a larger Bull of Heaven project and is consequently being hosted on the Clayton Counts blog instead.
EDIT: I had to change the information in the entry because it was wrong. It was wrong because I am dumb and tired, in order from highest to lowest of proportional blame.
All songs hosted will be made available for 14 days only. They are designed to serve as samples, so if you like the music, throw some support the artists' way - it's how the music keeps on being made. If you are, or represent, an artist and/or own the rights to any music here and wish files removed, fire an email my way - splus7 AT liveDOT com (you ought to be able to derive an email address from that lot) - and I'll see to it that links to those files that concern you disappear.
The S+7 Method is an Oulipian constraint used to create new texts from existing works by replacing words with the next same word type - nouns, verbs, etc. - 7 on in a word list, usually a dictionary.
I shall apply a variation of this constraint to my music collection.
Eiron Page can also be found doing odd things in Benrikland.