I'm pleased to be finally getting the ball rolling with the new edition of my scores. Hotel Ecstasy was one of the first pieces I wrote that I felt truly satisfied with—and I still really like it—so it felt right that this is the first to be issued. I'm still setting up the online shop, so for now if you would like to order a copy, please get in touch with me directly.
You can read more about thie piece and download a pdf version of the score for personal review on the Hotel Ecstasy works page.TAGGED: design, engraving, compositionMODIFIED: 26th Jan 2016, 14:44
This was originally to appear on the Opalińska & Whates album Lumière, but we decided against it. The main reason we opted to leave it off is because we we wanted to keep the album super-concise and this felt a little out of place and perhaps weak next to the rest of the rep. Also, the timing is a bit off here and there and we we speed up through the take. That sort of annoyed us at the time. Still, on its own it's a nice sounding track and we thought some of you might be interested in hearing it.
It's our arrangment of the track ‘Alone in Kyoto’ from the Air album Talkie Walkie. It featured in the film Lost in Translation.
All performed live, my bass is muted and Mira is playing prepared piano.alone-in-kyoto.mp3MODIFIED: 15th Jan 2016, 17:38