I've just completed a new Micronaut EP, Resistor, which is available at Bandcamp for "pay what you want, at least a dollar." The Micronaut page on Bandcamp is here.
Once again, thank you all for your continuing support of my musical endeavors.
Here's a new Micronaut song I popped out last week. You can download the full resolution AIFF from the Soundcloud site to add to the other Soundcloud songs if you'd like. There is a video for this song here that my 16-yr-old cousin Michael made. That may sound kind of silly, but it is actually quite good.
In other news, I'm Getting The Band Back Togetherô. I'm in the process of getting a three-piece (or more-piece) together here in Portland. The first step has been done, and hopefully some writing will begin here in the next week or two. More on that as things occur, but expect some new CR stuff Real Soon Now.
As for me, we are just wrapping up our move to Portland, and I'm getting back to making music. More on that in a bit.
Click that fucker to zoom out. Waaaaaaay out. This photo was snapped from 432 miles above Washington DC at 11:19 am on 1/20/09. I think you can figure the rest out on your own. Normally, satellite photos do a good job of making me feel small. This one makes me feel big, for some reason.
Anyway, happy new year, everyone.
I'm trying out SoundCloud. It is, if you're not familiar, essentially to music what Vimeo is to video and Flickr to pictures. This player has four micronaut out-takes that I uploaded to test the service. These were all written somewhere between the beginning of working on Callisto and (in the case of Stratus) a couple months ago. You can download the full WAV files via the download buttons in the player, and if you click the little arrows next to each song, it'll take you to a page on SoundCloud for the track in question where I put a little blurb about each track. On those pages, you can get the full size cover art as well. There's enough to make your own EP if you'd like.
Anyhow, it isn't steady enough that I can work, but it is steady enough to interface with humanity via the Interwebs, so I'll just do that for the now.
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