New Albums and Back Catalogues
25 May 2012
In the couple of months since we returned from our incredible visit to South Africa (which feels like about two decades ago) we’ve been taking full advantage of what we like to call studio weather. Work has continued on our Fantasy album, which is making good progress with several tracks now complete and recorded. The working title is The Weirdstone and here are a few of the completed tracks:
We have completed an album of dark cello mood tracks, each of which began as an improvisation and then received the magnificent Dan Cullen treatment. The album is aptly named All Made Up and the end result is a collection of tracks featuring solo cello accompanied by various samples, most of which we created in our studio. It is an exploration of the darker colours of the cello’s expressive range. Talks about placement with a top library have begun – we look forward to spilling the beans about that in the nearish future.
In addition to the previously mentioned albums, we’re also working on a stylish album of cello tracks called Mirage. The theme is heat – hot places, hot things and hot concepts. This one is also progressing very well and we hope to complete it by Early August.
As for the music we placed with Immediate Music and Liquid Cinema, both libraries will be releasing our work this summer. No exact date yet, but watch this space!
We have also updated this site to include a selection of best-selling tracks from the Entropik and Daniel Cullen Music back catalogues, all of which are available to license for pretty much any media project at competitive rates. We have also provided links to browse the entire catalogues, which were just a little too large to fit on the site.
All that said, we are certainly not having studio weather today, so we’re off to soak up a little bit of sunny inspiration in the garden!
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