The Signed Limited Edition Vinyl of ANONYMOUS REJECTED FILMSCORE is released today.
It’s a 180 gram, white vinyl, double LP, and includes a postcard with a code to download the album at full quality source audio.
For those of you who'd prefer an unsigned copy you can get this too.
It’s a very limited pressing and you can only get it at the web store.
The white vinyl looks the shit.
ANONYMOUS REJECTED FILMSCORE is released today.
‘Ano’ is the soundtrack album based on a film score I had thrown out five or six years ago. And even though the score hit the cutting room floor, I always felt it was one of my better, more original efforts. In my head it became the ‘lost score’. The score without a film.
Years later the idea came to me to go back and finish it… the way it originally sounded in my head.
And that’s what I did.
It was produced by Tyler Barton and will be available on CD and limited edition double vinyl in October. We’ve also made an audio trailer you can download for free below.
It was a long time lost. I hope you like it.
All the best,
HOW TO LEAVE YOUR BODY is released today.
This is the third and final single from the album anonymous rejected filmscore which is due out on August 16.
STROBE EP is released today on iTunes and Amazon MP3.
The EP contains all five tracks that were recorded as part of the ‘Strobe Sessions’ in March this year and was produced by Tyler Barton. We uploaded a couple of the tracks to Soundcloud a few weeks ago, but apart from the title track, none of the tracks on the EP have been released until now.
Here’s the track list...
1. STROBE (Extended Dirty Mix)
2. SANDMAN Pt.1
3. SANDMAN Pt.2
4. O (Murky Mix)
5. STROBE (Tyler Barton Remix)
And here’s a sneaky audio preview...
My long weekend is over and it's time to make some noises again. Not another film… but an album called ANONYMOUS REJECTED FILMSCORE. 'Ano' for short. And in case the title hasn't given it away, here's a bit of backstory…
A few years ago I had my first score thrown out. It happens. The shame was it was one of the few scores of mine I actually liked. And in my head, it became this kind of 'lost score'. So I promised myself that one day, I would open up the sessions again and finish this lost score - the way it originally sounded in my head. So that's what I'm doing. Self-indulgent I know…
Tyler Barton, my engineer, is producing the album, and all being well it will be released on Taped Noise sometime around September. And the reason it's called Anonymous Rejected Filmscore… legally I can't mention the title of the movie it was composed for.
Like I would anyway…
More as it comes.