Monday, 30 August 2010

news update

a great deal has happened on planet logos since our last update. we're finalising the track listing for our first album, and re-working those chosen tracks. it's currently (1) hollow hills of london, (2) everybody gets elves, (3) heaven can wait, (4) gehenna now, (5) volo ergo sum, (6) tectonic states, (7) manunkind, and (8) dunwich beach, september 2001 [a fragment]. it may be different a few days or weeks or seconds hence, mutable until we've got a play-list that'll fit onto a single disk. as well as re-working those tracks, we're also working on some new music and expect to have some new tracks for you all to hear very shortly.

we now have a profile at soundcloud - amongst other things, this allows us to place player files for individual tracks wherever we want and we've started by posting all our soundcloud tracks directly on this blog. you'll see them all to the right of this post. this allows you to listen to our tracks without needing to navigate away from this page. note that all the tracks we've posted on soundcloud so far are re-worked and re-mixed versions of older tracks. give them a listen.

it never ceases to amuse us; four months ago we'd never made music, started doing this by accident and people seem to much-like what we do and - some of the time - we much-like what we do. sliding each which way by day by day, from an intellectual folly to a pill-count to a sound stage to a drunk diversion to something in which we can lose ourselves to an emotional black hole. all just grist for the mill.

* Edit, October 2010: We've taken the soundcloud audio files of here for the moment, since all the soundcloud files are out of date and we've not had time to re-load them; we'll put them back up once we've finished mixing the album.

Friday, 13 August 2010


new track. first draft done on 27th july 2010, finalised on 13th august 2010. another anodyne / inkling-style 'drone' track.

those curious about our musical sources may be interested to know that this entire track is derived from a sample which we also used on the track do you love?

update, 19th october 2010: please note that this track no longer exists as such (though we still have an mp3 of the preliminary version). it was re-structured, re-worked and re-named sunday to tuesday [no one calls] on 15th october 2010.

Friday, 6 August 2010

do you love?

new track, started on 4th august 2010 and finished on 6th august 2010.

you see how this two dates per track' thing works now? (the emotional and spiritual and whajamacallit essence - if you will - captured on one night, the sheen and presentability of the track looked into another night). sorry if that sound pretentious or flippant. as for do you love?... know that we like this track very much at the moment, but have little desire to listen to it. it harrows us to hell.


Monday, 2 August 2010


created on 26th july 2010 and 30th july 2010. this is another long 'drone' track in a similar style to anodyne (which you can now hear on our myspace page).

update, 4th november 2010: please note that this track no longer exists as such (though we still have an mp3 of the original version). it was re-structured, re-worked, and re-named thursday to wednesday [into the void] on 4th november 2010.