Is it worth it? I suspect not but I will keep trying out different approaches to promotions online with the main aim of eventually booking some really nice original shows and trying to promote the album that we created in 2014.
The band have been gradually collecting new songs and ideas for a new LP or EP but I started to feel that maybe I need to put more efforts into trying to publicise and promote the first CD. I believe that this time around, we will not press a CD and just go for a digital release, perhaps with a few CDs for physically promoting our music.
If you hadn’t already guessed, Reverbnation is this week’s subject and I would just like to offer my sincere apologies to anybody out there currently getting a bit miffed with all the Peach and the New Beats posts. I know I’m getting a little anxious about them all.
Note to self: I must find the ‘turn off automatic posts to ALL other social media synced sites’ button and TURN IT OFF.
This is a blog from our talented bassist, Paul Smith. Not the only string to his bow! He also has a brain the size of James’ Giant Peach!
Gary has a lovely RAMSA 56 input analogue mixing console. The WRSX1, here it is: So one day, not too long ago, we were talking and Gary remarked that he wished he had easier access to a few extra c…
Source: Gary’s Patch Bay
I never loved anyone the way I love you. The spaces in between you, the moments you are there. Did you know that the heart is in the present? Always in the present. Just as I wrote that line, here at 4.12am, a massive clap of thunder rolled across the sky… Coincidence? Maybe. Quite probably.
In all the billions of minutes of history it is virtually improbable, mathematically speaking, that our lifespans would even cross. But they did. And not only did they cross but we ended up being in the same place at the same time for the briefest of flashes. This is where the adventure began, with those sparks of creativity. No one can say where it will lead us but I do know that our brains tire of the things that are everyday, boring and mundane. That is the spark of adventure, the battle against mediocrity and banality.
It has started to rain now. It beats against my bedroom window. I like the sound. There’s been no more thunder, just that single roll, and I can hear rhythm in this rain storm. That is my curse and my blessing because I hear music in everything I do.
Music, I’ll never love anyone the way I love you…