In Case You Didn't Get The Memo

I’ve been inside for 13 days now. Well, I’ve been in the back garden but haven’t left the property. Settling in to a work-from-home routine, much like I had a couple of years ago, I don’t need much more than internet, power, some heat (well, not a lot needed actually) and occasional raids on the kitchen. Outside, well. Our 4th Horseman is just getting started. We have fires, floods, locusts, and now a pandemic. The sunny Spring weather just makes you want to go out too, and I can’t now. 

So the Sunday after the last Ephemera, I got a new addition to the studio, seen in the right hand side of the picture below. And last weekend I had a clearing out of the clutter above the desk, indeed I got rid of half of the shelves above the desk as well. Might as well get comfortable. Part of that is that this is now my office as well as studio, much to the confusion of my workmates who see all this stuff on the webcams.

 Some other additions to the software libraries will appear tonight too. Small changes continue to happen in the studio and I am spending plenty more time in it. 

Tonight, the four horsemen are Gm, Bb, Eb, and Cm. 

 European and UK time hasn’t shifted yet (it does one hour after this show finishes), so if you’re listening from those places make note of the time which is an hour before usual. 

2 Hours of Live, unedited improvisation and performance

The show starts at 3PM PST/6PM/EST/22:00 GMT/23:00 WET 


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