Woob – Tokyo Run – Advance Track Previews + Cover Art Revealed

TokyorunThe time is almost upon us for the first ever Woob vinyl LP release!  Tokyo Run is Currently penciled in for a launch post event this Sunday 22nd October and will be available on Digital/Vinyl/USB.

Until then take a look at the illustration used for the cover art by the incredibly talented Adrian Dadich. This piece along with the original ‘ Tokyo Run’ and ‘Mass Distraction’ stories by Adam Foley (among others) helped inspire the album’s cyberpunk sound.

To give you and Idea of what to expect you can listen to the ambient soundscapes of the track ‘0.04 内部’ << here >> exclusively through Season 9 until launch.

Also for those who prefer their Woob sound with a little more urgency the relentless Sanction 人造 is embedded below-

Comment on the soundcloud waveform above and my favourite comment will receive some signed Novak Surveillance artwork (not shown). Novak 監視 ™ is the fictional megacorp ruining the lives of both human and synthetics alike in the `Tokyo Run’ universe. [Read more…]

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Woob – DEATH BY COIN-OP : Trailer

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Woob – Part III

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Woob – Adaption – Out Today

 

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Stay Hidden!…

Adaption is a psychological thriller / horror musical adaptation of a story centered around a small coastal town’s abandoned video-arcade that mysteriously springs to life after midnight transforming all its unsuspecting visitors into the undead.

Woob – Tokyo Run

Set in the future this is an intense, often disjointed realtime computer simulation of one individuals attempt to access the ‘Mainframe’.

This micro-length animation is a companion piece to the forthcoming short Return to the City. Although the two story-lines are self-contained both films form a part of the Paradigm Flux universe and lay down the foundations for the main story. [Read more…]

Return to the City – Woob Soundtrack Artwork on ‘Cover Culture’ Plus Film Stills on Flickr and a Hidden Review uncovered.

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Woob 1111 – Return to the City – Advance Preview and Soundtrack

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Woob Update

After a break from working on Woob stuff after last years Laboratory experiments. Work now continues on the Paradigm Flux album, it’s still too early to give an ETA but April would be nice! it’s still too early to give an ETA.

In other Woob news. Paradigm Flux [EP] featured on electronic music station Solenopole which broadcasts it show online and on a variety of French FM radio stations. You can find the show – Mission 147 here

Both Woob albums are now available on Amazon for those adverse to paypal. Also Repurpose is now available on iTunes though there is a problem as it is coming up under a different artist – woob rather than Woob. Which means its grouped separately from my other iTunes releases. Emails to Cupertino don’t seem to have helped so far… FIXED !

Finally spiritual ambient musician Enuui has written a great track inspired by last years “Repurpose” album, not sure about the title though… :-) check out “The Ninth Season” below.

Max and Harvey – Amoeba EP.

As a prelude to the forthcoming début LP a FREE Max & Harvey EP is now available featuring the classic Big Amoeba Sound, the amoeba length ‘Interval– (which will sound familiar to those who may have visited the M&H website in the past) and a stripped back beatless arrangement of ‘Thieves’ – The Score.

Virtual red vinyl is included – LINK

Woob – Repurpose CD Shipping Forecast.

The 1st Edition posters have arrived!


As you can see they look great. The poster is A3 double-sided with the cover on one side (shown) and a variation on the second page of the digi-booklet on the other. Though these are primarily for the lucky few who secured a copy of the 1st Edition everyone who ordered a CD will now receive a bonus A6 album art-card.

Only one more piece of the puzzle now remains and the 1st edition can start shipping end of next week albeit a week or so later than I had hoped – thanks for your patience to all those who ordered.

2nd edition is still on schedule for end of month, though they will ship in daily batches in date of order and it’s at this point I will probably regret not pricing up postage to Russia, Australia and Japan!