Sunday, January 28, 2007

The Gspot: Pilot Episode

In this episode:
Joseph Matheny takes us on an exciting journey,
Wes Unruh interviews musician & author Tara Vanflower (Lycia),
Jason Stackhouse reads “Rip”,
Endymion reads “Viva La Revolucion,”
and various ’street theorists’ appear in HOBO APPROVED.

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Production for 2007

First off, I know there are quite a few of you who have been wondering about this for well on a year now... Though it requires another pass through on the colors (24-48 hours or so of work), and then more text formatting, layout, all that good stuff with some assistance... the rough draft of Fas Ferox episode one is done.

You can probably look for a print on demand version, at the very least, by April. We have bigger plans for it than that, but we want to make all this content available as soon as it is ready for print. It will grow from there.

Rumor has it that, despite the distraction posed by his newfound beard, (and I'm sure an incredibly hectic production schedule, but mostly the beard), Neil will have some comments and hopefully an intro for us before we're ready to roll that out. I'm waiting on those comments for the final post production, as his advice on these matters is scripture exactly but... let's just say he's been at it a lot longer than any of us have.

Look for those print on demand releases in April, maybe May. The same thing goes for the final version of subQtaneous, and Fallen Nation.

The former will likely be done before, the final version containing a new track, and some tightened mixes on several others, and no more anime bonus track. I know that may make some of you want to slit your wrists, but don't fear, you can still get the early release version for at least a couple weeks yet, before I pull it so ungraciously and it is never heard from again. Fallen Nation... aside from a couple stray contributors, the content itself is done. I'm just tightening up the language, and then will be passing it on for editing and layout.

The pilot episode of the Gspot is done. Over 60 minutes of original content, including pieces by Joseph Matheny, Jason Stackhouse, Endymion St. Cyr, and an interview with Tara Vanflower (Lycia), all set to some of the craziest soundtrack music we've cooked up yet. We'll be launching that very soon on Greylodge, and then it will be up-up-and-away with Alterati... More on all that soon.

Personally... I've been struggling from some pretty severe mood swings. This living on the edge shit is getting old. But, I believe, the tides will turn shortly. Soon there will be content available for you; enjoy it, and pass it on. Then, just maybe, we can get those things out of the POD ghettos and into the stores and conventions where they belong. It's been a long road, and I have no delusions about how long the road may yet be before I can sit back and give a resounding "dayum."

To myself, and to everyone who has been working with me on these recent projects-- I really believe we've surpassed ourselves.

Of course, this only means we have to work even harder the next time around.

Saturday, January 06, 2007

Review & Interview w/ Wes Unruh about subQtaneous

90% of the human race are into junk. Bllionaires with money - are they spending it on finding new drugs that will increase intelligence or life extention? No. They spend it on junk. Most monkeys are junkies. When 90% of the planet is into junk, it's easy to see why music is mostly junk.

subQtaneous : Some Still Despair in a Prozac Nation isn't for these fascistic monkeys.. it's for the other ten percent... And it's more addictive than junk.

This will likely be in more high profile places in a little while, but I wanted to share this with you all as I think the interview went quite well.


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