Friday, November 28, 2014

Photo Op

Check it out, Mike of Mike Daks Design - who did the sleeve for my S/T album - is seen here posing with his copy of the 2077:Raiders of the Apocalypse lathe 7". Looking good, Mike! Make sure to give his Facebook page a "like" here.

I just checked and there are now five copies left of the 7". Buy it via my Bandcamp for $11 plus postage and get a free digital download that includes an mp4 of the video. Get it here.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

More reviews

ruemorgue150review"Another skillfully crafted faux soundtrack album grounded in retro electronica."

So the 150th issue of Rue Morgue Magazine has hit the streets, leading to a much-appreciated increase in the amount of "likes" on my Facebook page, and James Harris of Doc Terror kindly sent me a photo to check out while waiting for my copy to arrive in the mail.

Receiving a three-star review, it was nice getting the comparison to both John Carpenter as well as Goblin, but the Morricone aspect was a bit of a surprise - although the guy's the soundtrack maestro so I am not complaining!

Once again, you can order your copy here, so check it out!

Chelseea Benwell offers more Videogram reviews on The Scream Review page. Summing it up as "a horror hit pulled straight out of the 80s", she calls the album "right on the money" and names Walpurgisnacht, I Warned You Not to Go Out Tonight and Scavolini's Nightmare her personal faves.

Check it out here.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Rue Morgue #150!

Well, the 150th issue of Rue Morgue Magazine is out and offers not only articles on Aussie horror flick The Babadook - I've heard a lot of good things about it - the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival and Shinji Mikami's The Evil Within, but also a review of my debut effort. Still haven't gotten my copy yet, but I'm keeping my fingers crossed it got a good review. Get yours here.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

2077: Raiders of the Apocalypse

November 3rd sees the release of an extremely limited edition 7" lathe cut and to coincide with this I'm premiering the 2077: Raiders of the Apocalypse video on YouTube. Edited as a faux trailer using footage from the 1975 feature A Boy and His Dog - starring a very young Don Johnson! - the video itself will be released in a physical format later on this year.

Featuring mono mixes of 2077: Raiders of the Apocalypse, off the Videogram album, backed with the exclusive Wasteland, the 7" is also available digitally via Bandcamp, iTunes etc. with stereo mixes and a vinyl rip (!!!) as added bonus tracks.

For those wanting a taste you can stream it on SoundCloud and Spotify. The 7" will be available via my Facebook only, so make sure to keep an eye out during the day.

EDIT: The 7" is now available to order via my Bandcamp page, with a free download (including an mp4 of the video) as an added bonus. Get it here.

Hermit: Monster Killer

Check it out, I teamed up with Swedish director Ola Paulakoski for the teaser trailer of his coming feature film Hermit: Monster Killer (Swedish title Den Gamle och Monstret) that was released in time for Halloween.

Mixing horror with humor, the feature is slated for release in early 2015. Check it out on YouTube and Vimeo, like it on Facebook and visit the official websites at (English) and (Swedish) for more information.