Friday, 21 August 2009

Saying Nothing About Something

The covers collections are still on the way (with new songs being added weekly), as is the new album of original material which is going through some changes - losing excess flab and gaining new proteins.

In addition I'm quite pleased to announce that during young Divad's stay in the UK we have been working in Tam Revorg's studio to create the sequel to the Monkey Western Sountrack. We now have a several pieces recorded which serve as soundtrack to the imaginary sequel to the imaginary original film.

This new project is titled The Monkey Eastern, due largely to the use of Divad's Sitar, which made it all the way from India to the studio along with a brand new Harmonium and some Tabla's.

This is the first time I've not been in possession of the masters for a project, so I cannot begin to estimate a time of delivery, however I'll endeavor to put a few tracks up in advance of the full release as soon as possible.


  1. This is splendid news. I look forward to hearing it as my percussion part to the first song was all I heard before gettin' the hell outta town. I suspect you've replaced that with superior NI Battery drums anyway. That sitar was sounding fine though so I reckon this is going to be a winner. Everyone should download it as soon as it goes up.

  2. I'm not sure if that tune you worked on is scheduled to be included or not... I don't have a mix of it at all. I'll look into it...

    We do however have 17 tracks of songs and incidental music ready for inclusion, as well as a rough storyline involving Shoeless and Shoegazing Samorai's (you'll love the shoegazyness of that one) and Pole Fighting Polaks all rounded off with a drunken piano song about trees getting naked for the winter. Saucy stuff, I'm sure you'll agree.

    It's mostly ready to go. Should probably draw a crappy picture to serve as the front cover or something before putting it up. As before, it's being put up as it was left (rushed mixes) for the soundtrack album with the option that anyone who wants to can work further on it and develop any particular tunes.


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