December 22, 2013 : Frail as Breath

"You hear about monks in the Middle Ages using a pin to create a Bible or a piece of art, and they do it for 40 years in the dark underneath a monastery, and they'll be blind by the time they've finished. And some people really appreciate art like that, because there's something really tragic about it. It's almost like it's more beautiful than any other art..." - Marcus Eoin Sandison
Recording to tape, transferring to tape, from tape, to tape, from tape...

December 15, 2013 : That Delerue Nostalgia

"I am a lot more happy than I am anguished. But there must be something in me that is anguished and that I can't identify, because I am often told that I write very nostalgic music. Oh, that Delerue Nostalgia, it's well known. Well, I suppose so, but that isn't really me. Or it's something that really is me, that I am not conscious of, and that others can recognize." - Georges Delerue
Working hard, or hardly working?

July 6, 2013 : Summertime Variations

Hello close friends, 
We are chipping away at some compositions that have been fermenting since 2007. Time has a unique way of giving us all the answers...
West Coast, Canada - Summer 2013

March 11, 2013 : Remember, Resurrect

Hello close friends, 
It has been awhile since we last checked in. Much has changed and, yet, everything is the same. We have been working slowly, ever so slowly, on another record. It will be quieter, a little less energetic.

April 30, 2012 : The Cinematic Nightowl

Hello close friends, 
Selections from Echo Park were incorporated into the score for Giuseppe Carrieri's new feature documentary "The Alphabet of the River". It is a wonderfully poignant and beautiful film, to be sure. We will provide a link when it has been made available.