Wednesday
Nov242010

For A Limited Time, Amazon.com is Giving Away 3 Free Mp3s

This offer expires November 29th, and is unfortunately only available to accounts within the United States, but if you visit this page on Amazon.com and follow the instructions, they will credit your account for up to three free Mp3s at .99 a piece.

 

May I suggest that this might be a good way for you to pick a few of our songs for free?

Here is a link to our songs on the MP3 Store at Amazon.com

 

Monday
Nov222010

All Because of You!

Due to the overwhelming support at Jango, our band was recently awarded additional plays on their radio channels! Thank you so much! You guys rock! If you haven’t been over there yet, the link is here.

 

Plus, we’ve added “The Endless Shore”, which is another track from our next album, The Bone Church, for you to check out, and add to your music stations there.

Fans, once again, thank you very much!

Friday
Oct222010

New Dead Poets Society Songs on Jango!

Just in time for Halloween, you can listen to four new tracks, “Karma Factory”, “Despair and Despondency”, “Apoplexy”, and “This Vast Ocean of Wire” from our forthcoming new concept album, The Bone Church, right here on Jango.com (the free internet radio station).

This is the only spot you can hear them for now! Please be sure to “Fan” the band. We would love to hear comments about the new songs.

Thursday
Oct072010

New Dead Poets Society Single "Schoenfeld" Available Now Worldwide!

“Schoenfeld” by Dead Poets Society

“Schoenfeld” is the first of a batch of singles that Dead Poets Society will be releasing over the coming months. As we’ve worked endlessly on the new album we discovered that there were some tracks that didn’t really fit on The Bone Church, but they were tracks that we liked, and thought that they should be made available to you.

Schoenfeld was inspired by the incredibly positive impact that Wa’s maternal grandmother, Leola, had on his life as a creative person. If she were alive, she would have been nearly 107 years old. The album cover is a photo of her taken around 1928. Her maiden name was Schoenfeld, which means “shining field” in German.

This track is an instrumental juxtaposition that takes that shining field and passes it through the pressure infused context of today’s modern world, much as the personality of Leola Schoenfeld once did. She was an unconventional woman, and this is an unconventional instrumental mix of electronica, rock, and jazz. We sincerely hope you enjoy it.

“Schoenfeld” is available for digital distribution through CDBaby , iTunes, Amazon Mp3, Amazon.co.uk,  Zune, eMusic, Napster, Rhapsody, Last.fm, Jango.

We welcome your impressions and reviews of “Schoenfeld” on Facebook, Last.fm or CDBaby.

Sincerely,

Wa


Thursday
Sep232010

Lyrics added...

We used to have the lyrics for “I Don’t (Andrea’s fault mix)” and “Synners” up, but somehow they were lost in the move, so I’ve put them back up again. You can find the lyrics for “I Don’t (Andrea’s fault mix)” here, and the lyrics for “Synners” here.