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We’re pleased to announce that Hannah Peel will be playing at the Servant Jazz Quarters on Thursday 17 September. Hannah’s special guests are the experimental, electronic outfit Kite Base, featuring bassists Kendra Frost and Ayşe Hassan (Savages).
We’re pleased to announce the anticipated release of a 12" picture disc compiling the live recordings of the Dazzle Ships tracks performed at the Museum of Liverpool. This release follows the competition we ran asking fans to suggest items to add to our PledgeMusic campaign. Those who suggested picture discs have been contacted and have won a free copy.
Due to the expensive nature of manufacturing picture discs to the highest quality, this project will only go ahead if we have 300 pre-orders by August 17th. Any pre-orders above this number will also be manufactured, however the picture disc will never be repressed, so order now if you would like to secure your copy of this beautiful collector’s item. Please note that picture discs take a while to manufacture, so the expected delivery date will be around late November/early December.
Dazzle Ships (Parts II, III & VII)
The Romance of the Telescope
Dazzle Ships (Parts I, IV, V & VI) – Bonus Track
The design of the picture disc is as follows
Six-episode series is in production NOW, with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson back as Mulder and Scully
I’ve just been reading about this in a magazine in WH Smiths.. there’s a new six-parter which includes Mulder and Scully (NOT Reyes & Doggett), mostly written by Chris Carter himself.
The “Cigar Smoking Man” is also in there, although that’s impossible, right? What happened to the Alien Colonisation of Earth in 2012? (Shutup, geek..)
Does this mean that “I want to believe” was a Dallas-style dream sequence?
I don’t care. It’s back. That’s good enough for me.
Taking Nothing Seriously..
or, even weirder:
WTF? RON, DANCING!
Excellent as usual. I’ve been hooked since “City Lights”..
An interesting article via OMD Messages.
Forty years later, a complete revival. The legendary analog synthesizer that transformed its age. Long stopped, the wheels of history have again begun to move.
Source: ARP ODYSSEY | ARP
The ARP Odyssey was an analog synthesizer originally produced in 1972 by the American manufacturer ARP Instruments, Inc. that quickly garnered a faithful following among musicians. Well respected for its high value, ease to play and portability, the ARP Odyssey had undergone several improvements during its history and continued to be a long-seller until manufacturing stopped in 1981 due to economic hardships and the digital surge. Loved by a wide range of musicians as a historical classic, its sound can be heard on numerous classic songs.
Now in 2015, KORG has brought back the ARP Odyssey for today. With the advisory assistance of David Friend, the co-founder of ARP Instruments, KORG has completely reproduced the original circuitry for artists looking to recreate classic sounds and explore new ones. Together the engineers at KORG and Arp were able to nailthe sound and feel of the original. Every detail has been carefully considered to stay true to the quality of the original, down to the sophisticated semi-hard case.
The legendary ARP sound is loved to this day. Long stopped, the wheels of history have again begun to move.