14 January 2012
So we’re well into the month of traditional belt-tightening, last minute tax returns and listing unwanted gifts on Ebay. As composers we’ve got belt-tightening down to a fine art, so nothing new there. We’re pleased to say we got the dreaded tax returns done sometime last year; and we kept gift giving and receiving down to a minimum. So it’s back into the studio with a host of exciting new ideas and an outline for our next album.
Without giving too much away, we’re using a fantasy novel by the utterly brilliant Alan Garner as inspiration and will be basing each track on characters, events and places from the story. As usual most – if not all – tracks will feature a bit of the old cello, and instrumentation will range from relatively small ensembles (i.e. cello, piano and strings) to full orchestra, choir and kitchen sink. We’ll no doubt be putting tracks up on our Soundcloud page for a bit of feedback as we complete them, so stay tuned.
In other news we’ve done a bit of a tidy-up on our Reverbnation page, which has now become a sort of museum for older tracks from our catalogue. We’ve also made some new old tracks available for purchase on our Reverb Store so drop by and take a look.
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