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happypuppyrecords on 10/01/2017 at 01:31AM

Well, not so good at updating the blog..

https://www.flickr.com/photos/time-to-look/14943636644/

Clearly I'm still having a mental block when it comes to writing up blog entries when there's something new.. because there's been a whole bunch of stuff since January and I haven't posted here about any of it.

 

WELL.

 

Suffice to say, you should just click the link to the Happy Puppy catalog page and browse for yourself. But I will tell you about something I've just uploaded, leaked one day early on the FMA!

For those not in Vancouver, hopefully you will still enjoy this project, but if you ARE in Vancouver, I think you'll get a kick out of it.

This whole thing started because I was Inspired by the Canadian group Wild Strawberries' GO Project. They wrote a song for each stop on the GO train line in Toronto. Wild Strawberries are one of my fave bands, you should check them out.

Anyway, my project "Canada Line: A Musical Suite in Real Time" is a non-stop collection of songs - named after each of the stations in the first zone of the Canada Line route.

Where the Wild Strawberries project names a song after each station on the GO line, this album goes one step further.

Not only is each track named after the first nine stops on the Canada Line, it's also combined with a field recording of the skytrain, beginning of the Canada Line including station announcements, starting at Waterfront Station and ending at Bridgeport

Each track/station seamlessly segues from one station stop to the next, and also plays in real time, with each song running the actual length of travel time between the stations.

It's available in two formats.. one where the whole album plays in one continous track (recommended!) and then each song is isolated separately, in case you want to use it in a podcast or whatever, without the skytrain field recording.

AND I should also point out that this album is not endorsed or funded by Translink in any way.

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