I don’t know about you, but I was expecting something a bit more dramatic. Apart from a broken towel rail and a bit of trouble with e-mail it’s been a pretty unexceptional day here. Do you think someone miscalculated somewhere?
To celebrate Askew & Askance becoming available on the iTunes store, I have made a PopcornMaker video for Echolalia. Since it has a drifting / loose timing I wanted imagery with the same sort of casual nature and I happened across an article about the strange and rather vulgarly named shittywatercolour.com. I think the works are full of joy and charm, have a look and see here.
I’m just uploading the files for Askew & Askance, my third album, to CD Baby for onward distribution to all good download outlets. That’s some 763Mb of files so may take some time, maybe overnight. It does mean that it should be processed and available within the next week, just in time for the anticipated Christmas rush.
Another Popcorn Maker video / slideshow, this time for The Matter of Britain. The “Matter of Britain” is the collected stuff of Arthurian Legend and I have used wikipaintings again for the artwork, a mix of pre-Raphaelite painters and Empire era illustrators.
You can find it here.
I’ve used Popcorn Maker again, this time to make a slide show of Claude Monet paintings to accompany Summer Morn. I managed to include one or two from Pourville-sur-mer where we spent a family holiday nearly a hundred years after Monet’s visit.
You can find it here, should you wish.
It was played on BBC Radio Wales last saturday, last item of the show and cut off at the end but I’m proud all the same.
I’ve just added a video for A Near Life Experience to YouTube.