Not many people know that, but our boy Dan used to make music in his university days. Thanks to the wonders of technology his 1992 debut “Privation Sensorielle” has been digitised and preserved for generations to come, possibly against its creator’s will.
In other non-comic news, D&W friend/occasional collaborator/unstoppable music factory Neon Shudder released his first full-length LP, Cadence, on Bandcamp earlier this month. This cyberpunk concept album-slash-multimedia experiment builds on last year’s O-8015 EP with 20 fresh tracks, and includes an illustrated digital novella authored by Mr. Shudder himself.
Longtime followers will discover that Cadence marks a big artistic push forward for Yung Shud – a release that doesn’t just play with presentation and storytelling, but also offers a broader palette of sounds than previous Neon Shudder EPs.