Tagged: instrumental

An important milestone, thanks to one & all (Blog Post #500)

Photo by: Sherron Burns

Actually, there are a couple of milestones to mention:

I turned 55 this past week and this happens to be my 500th blog post.

Time to celebrate.

Today I’ve posted a new album on my BandCamp page, over forty minutes of original music, titled Non nobis solum (“Not for ourselves alone”). You can find the new tunes here

If I had to choose one of the new pieces to highlight, it would have to be “Drowning, Not Waving”. Have a listen:

This new batch of music seems more spiritual than spacey, a welcome change of pace.

Besides creating music, I’ve been doing lots of painting, spending part of the summer setting up a mini artist studio in our cold, stone basement. Ensconced in my wee grotto, I daub and smear, accompanied by music and podcasts, working without fear, philosophy or prejudice, just…creating. Making shit up. That’s when I’m happiest.

I employed one of my recent paintings as cover art for Non nobis solum. See what I mean? That’s the kind of weird crap I get up to when I’m left to my own devices.

Thanks to one and all, for hanging out here for the past 10+ years, continuing to support an irascible, uncompromising indie guy with a taste for satire and a propensity for giving offense.

Love your notes and messages, your praise and brickbats.

Keep ’em coming…

 

It’s spacey! It’s ambient! It’s weird! (More free music)

In between stints of editing my novel Of the Night, I’ve put together another l’il musical offering, this one called (ironically, methinks) “Verisimilitude”.

Some cool layering of sound here and occasionally I manage that “3-D” effect I love, where the music seems to be hovering in the air all around the listener.

Click on the link below, close your eyes and let this piece wash over you:

Verisimilitude