Stobe Harju online!

Woo! Also, worth notifying is Stobe Harju‘s beautiful site, full of information of this maverick (heh, sorry, Stobe). See it here: http://bit.ly/aX4aUt – oh, and I happened to create the score for his video montage, “Lumina Aeterna”. It’s right there on the front page. Sheer magic, his work.

Everyone can put together a pile of clips and call it something, even a movie (which is often the case) – but there are only a handful of guys that can make a grown man cry by just cutting from scene to another, I’ve seen Stobe do that, so the words of Sam Lake (“I’d trust any story of mine into his hands”) aren’t just words, they carry a lot among them. No wonder he’s so busy.

By the way, the vocals on that track were kindly provided by Cait McWhir/Tonehammer. Thanks!

An interview by G4TV online

A slightly more freeform interview was put online a few days ago, this time it was done by G4TV, and the questions weren’t easy at all. http://bit.ly/91Yyg4

I also think I better do something for those promo pictures. Like burn them.

What really amazes me is the sudden depth of some questions – I started answering them and after two sentences I realized I have to open up quite a few other crates as well, not just the one I’m handling. An easy “synth or orchestra” question really became a struggle and I tried to be as short-mouthed as I could. Which, unfortunately isn’t much.