Here’s something I’ve been working on… It’s a new video from my band, Plush Gordon. The song is called “The Darkest Moon.” Musically, it has hints of Pink Floyd, the Jesus and Mary Chain (“Just Like Honey,” in particular) and Joy Division (“Atmosphere”). It has also drawn positive comparisons to The Church (“Under the Milky Way”). If you like the song, you can buy it at BandCamp: “The Darkest Moon”
As longtime readers of my blog have probably noticed, I’m love all aspects of music — making it, listening to it, reading about it, writing about it — so it may come as little surprise that I’ve decided to take my interest in music to a new level by starting a label. It’s called Hungry Hour Music, and its focus is experimental music by independent artists from the Philadelphia area. One of our first releases (other than music I’ve already put out) is an album of acoustic instrumental music by my friend Timothy Simmons. It’s slated for release on September 25 and will be available as a download through all of the major online music outlets, include iTunes and Amazon.
Here’s a link to information about the label’s underlying philosophy: Why?
And here’s a link to information about how the label works: How?