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December 10, 2004

release party Thursday at Rx Gallery

quoted from my release and events email lists:

The DVDs have arrived just in time for the holidays. Please join me in raising a glass in celebration, then pick up a copy for yourself or as a gift. I will sign or dedicate it as you choose. Our fine friends Ammon and Chakka will spin downtempo, dub, and Brazilian sounds. I'll be doing visuals live both from the DVD and unreleased material.

what: SPOTWORKS release party
where: Rx Gallery 132 Eddy St SF
when: Thursday December 16th 6-10pm

The Rx Gallery is having their affordable art show, and the walls are covered with work from over three dozen artists.

o o o

Since it came out in March some people have written some very flattering things about the first edition. I'd like to share a few of them with you:

Beautiful and mind-boggling... stunningly original.
--Rudy Rucker, father of cyberpunk

Not only mind-blowing hardcore psychedelics, but also a visual theory of evolution.
--Earplug electronic music newsletter.

Spotworks is a totally mesmerizing display of etheric color and form. I've seen the fractal flames utterly engross people on the dancefloor. It's a unique visual analog to psychedelic music.
--Shakatura, DJ and Music Producer, SF

There are many more reviews written by the public on the CD Baby and Amazon pages. Here are my favorite lines:
Like watching the birth of universes from the outside.

Infinity in a grain of pixels.

Better than you can possibly imagine!

The rest are here and here

thank you for the kind words all of you!

o o o

This new edition has several improvements: The dub tracks have been remastered and are now encoded with progressive scan for videophile quality playback. The Electric Sheep documentary has been updated. There's a new bonus track & other secret features which I will be happy to demonstrate in person.

Hope to see you there.

yours, -spot Posted by spot at December 10, 2004 04:47 PM