The cooler fall weather means that soon life as I know it will be over. The winters in my part of Canada are crushing, with extremely cold temperatures, 5 hours of sunlight per day, and snow piled up higher than the roof of your car. While winter here can be soul-destroying for me, for Broken Harbour fans it means you’ll be getting new music out of it, because I don’t like to go outside between October and April. At all.
Recently a fan contacted me to tell me that I haven’t updated the site since March (Yikes, he’s right, how embarrassing.) and he wanted to know what Broken Harbour has been up to musically since then. Well I’ve nearly wrapped up a collaboration that will be officially announced soon, some of my previously released music will be featured in a documentary film and I recorded a brand new track this year for a compilation album. All 3 of these projects should see a release in 2014. Stay tuned for an official announcement on these soon.
Thanks to a computer failure, I had the er… opportunity to rebuild my studio, and a new iMac now calls Studio 304 home. (By the way Gigabyte, your motherboards suck!) With that brings a switch to Logic 9, and a huge learning curve, luckily I’m not too challenged when it comes to computers. So far it’s mostly intinuitive, and some new material I’m working on sounds great.
I recently started a Twitter feed, so if your interested in what I had for breakfast, follow me. Also, I might actually post news and / or ramblings about Broken Harbour, in 140 characters or less. I promise I’ll try to be interesting.
brokenharbour.ca is currently in the process of getting a slight update, please excuse the mess, I still have to fix a few features that don’t work and a background that won’t display correctly.
That is all for now. Thank you for your continued support, Broken Harbour is currently riding a big wave of momentum, and I have you to thank for it.