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New song for your enjoyment: Bad Luck; An Electrical Pulse

August 30, 2010


In the interest of getting some sleep I am attempting to quell the din of my adoring fans by offering up a free, exclusive, world premiere song from my upcoming new album (see below).  To do this sort of exclusive release correctly I would need at least two butlers passing around small appetizers (preferably endangered […]

New Constellations record allllllmost done

August 25, 2010


Hi folks.  I’ve been spending a good lot of time going through my voluminous archives, finishing things previously left undone, and recording some new stuff.  The results are this:  I have a new Constellations record almost done, AND Electronic Works II is pretty damned close too.  Not bad, eh?  I should take more vacations.  I […]

Map of Algonquin Park

August 20, 2010


Maps are ubeatably aesthetically pleasing objects.  That is a fact.  For the Touching Earth Made Of Steel album The Carl Wilson Lake Mystery (which you can buy on iTunes, and which you should buy on iTunes, or Amazon) I whipped up a small map of the middle of Algonquin Park, which I was quite happy […]

Why cities are wonderful – case file 2844197-a

August 20, 2010


I am on holiday at present, which means that I’m spending a goodly amount of time working on various projects (new albums almost done, likewise with comic book, novel, film, and essay) mixed with lounging.  Last night I wandered over to Bridgehead on Elgin, with the intention of reading the Atlantic and generally living the […]