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Here it is, the full music video for “The Perfect Sunrise”, by Orphic Elegy. Beware, it might get ya in the feels.
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Today, Daybloom released a lyric video for “Till the Sky”. You should definitely take five minutes of your life and give it a gander. A quick gander…like, a racing goose.
Yes, it’s true. “Brink” by Daybloom: (more info below)
This is only the first of many music videos on the way, as well as reviews and other content. And you can keep up with it at the new record label I have launched:
All the pieces of a record label have been in place for some time now, and lately, promotion of the arts I’ve been pushing out into the world have taken center scene in my creative efforts. It only makes sense to take this publishing company I’ve been using for copyright and promo purposes and rebrand it as a label. To date, it has already accomplished more than many indie labels I’ve communicated with in the past.
Enjoy the video, and check out the rest of Daybloom’s debut album, if you’re inclined.
This may be the most accessible music I’ve ever pushed out into the world.
Greetings everyone. Fond salutations. Fervent civilities. And Happy National Mayonnaise Day.
I’m beaming to you today, in the midst of lockdown, direct from Biscuit Bend Studio in the capital region of New York. And I bring ear candy to spice up your day!
Outnumber the Living has finally released its debut album, Elegies for Solaris. It dropped just this morning and is available on dozens of platforms, just like all the other Quadrivalent/Biscuit Bend productions. And just like them, it is completely FREE at the Bandcamp site.
For now, there are no hard copies available. It is stream/download only and will stay that way as long as feasible. Get your copy now and share it with your friends!
Stay safe, everyone. And let your creative side out. There’s never a time like now!