internal vaudeville are objective minds … self described as scatter rock, iv cite many great minds as strong influential forces, no less their ever supportive families and friends … summer 2008, the band formed as an ideas collective in a home recording studio discussing life, music and literature … from this discussion the efforts of the individuals armed with objective views began to create an altogether stronger body of work … within a month, iv had released a limited run ep comprising five introductory tracks to guage possibilities …
Another Sunrise (3:41)these first tracks stood as a strong base to a promising future, together with a very strong live presence… the tracks cover a diverse range of topics from life, death, love, music, eschatology, invisible landscapes, french peasants and glossolalia to name but a few … currently writing and recording their first album, 'the book of days', due mid-to-late 2010, iv enjoy little more than evolving ideas and experimenting with sound … 'the book of days' project is designed to hold both a balance of dark and light and to carry a flow as smooth as a set of sound waves … the tracks are being designed and listed to flow together gracefully, while maintaing unique identities … including … character-driven sound stages of myth-laced fiction … poetic visions of novelty, death and desire … patriarchal dreams and desires to dissect old man time himself
Under the Skies of Magonia (4:02)
Muckle the Mannequin (2:56)
so, there it is and thanks for taking that time to be interested … iv
the self titled ep is no longer available for sale but can be heard in full here … currently in the works is the upcomming nine track concept album entitled 'the book of days' … the making of blog can be followed here … thanks for listening, our world could do with a few more good listeners!
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