This is a short composition based on a riff I improvised around at the beginning of the month. It’s a bit of a rag-tag song, but there’s something in there worth keeping.
Tag Archive: prog
So here I am up to my nuts in Rush as I plough my way through three neat little boxsets containing many of the Canadian proggers most popular albums.
Christmas has been cancelled this year and instead has been replaced by “Progmas”. Father Progmas (or Santa Chords) is introducing the new advent calendar now. You just visit the video on YouTube and click the respective window for each day of advent, each window opening to reveal a tasty prog-rock related festive video clip.
I’ve had some viewers ask what the music is in my videos and I use my own music to add some extra atmosphere to my work. You can listen to the music I use via an EP I have created. It’s called the Stinkhorn EP and costs £2 (though you can pay more if you wish). You can access it here:
Or use this handy player to listen to it:
And if you want to download a whole FREE compilation album, you can get that from my webstore too at:
The new album is called “Steady State of Flux” which is a contradiction in itself and I managed to take the picture of the dandelion the other day whilst in the garden. It seemed to illustrate my point, something that is delicate but in a state of immediate flux.
Well there you go. You can visit the album page which is here.
You can listen to the album using the player below and if you feel particularly supportive you might want to buy a digital copy. No? OK, it was worth a try…
To see, listen to and purchase my discography please visit: http://music.darrenlock.com