Starting this week I’ll be working on a new album. It will be built entirely at home, except for the vocal recording sessions and the challenge will be one song, one month. The beauty of it will be that I’ll be very sociable about its progress, unlike previous works.
Here is episode #1 explaining my reasons:
The YouTube vids will be bi-weekly to ensure they have decent content and that I don’t get bogged down in the project.
There will also be something entirely new that I’m excited about and that’s Dubbler. Dubbler is a social networking app that let’s you record up to 60 seconds of audio, attach a picture and post it out to the world. What I’ll be doing is 2-3 times a week I’ll be posting snippets of my progress along the way.
Lastly, you’ll have noticed the websites in the middle of receiving a new lick of paint. It’s been long overdue and I can’t wait to have something finally functional! RSS feeds, a BandPage music plugin and the Facebook page are already up, plus the media section now has links to all the currently available albums for download. More will be added and tweaked over the coming two weeks so bare with me if something looks broken – I’m probably updating it as you click!
Thank you everyone for your awesome patience and messages of support over the years. There may only be a few of you, but that makes each message all the more awesome for it.
Sitorimon’s latest album “The Terms & Conditions to Unconditional Love” is available to stream and buy via the new Bandcamp website. The 16 tracks showcase all that is fickle, frustrating, blood boiling and unfair about love and life.
“It’s been a real journey getting here. I think the last four years has seen more upheaval and general disasters of the heart than any other period in my life. The album deals with different types of love. Unrequited love, unfulfilled love, empty love, the death of love or a loved one and how through it all you can lose sight of reasons to enjoy and love life.”
Sitorimon’s anniversary concert to celebrate the one year rerelease of Runeology is now fully uploaded onto YouTube so click away at the clips below to hear some old favourites, some unreleased and some new material from the forthcoming album.