I have been giving much thought to what I’m upto musically at the present time. Because of this I have decided that as I’m currently concentrating much of my energy into Syntheads (and another collaborative project (as yet unnamed) with Lord Hagos), I am going to let Pinklogik have a rest for a bit. Please note this isn’t goodbye, it’s just a hiatus.
I am not a fan of taking on too many projects these days, so this frees me up to pour myself into something I’m currently passionate about.
So if you want to keep up to date with what I’m upto musically head on over to the Syntheads facebook page and give us a “like”. You can also follow Syntheads on Twitter.
Thank you for all your support, Pinklogik loves you! ❤
Sometime ago I talked about a couple of collaborations that I’m currently involved in. One of them was a synthpop project called Syntheads (with Simon Hayward from Simple Minds/Lostboy and Dave Skinner aka Mr Nice Legz).
Well, we’ve been working on a cover version of The Beatles‘ Eleanor Rigby, and it was released on Monday 6th June. It’s available from the Syntheads Bandcamp page (click the picture to listen/download).
There’s also a fabulous video to accompany it, and here it is! Directed by Martin Poschinger of Sweet Invader Movies and assisted by John Provyn. Filmed in Belgium, Germany and the UK – a huge thanks to Martin and John.
You can follow Syntheads on Twitter and SoundCloud, and like us on Facebook.🙂
So as of today I have officially been doing this PL malarky for a decade. A whole decade. Which may not seem like a long time to some, but when I started this back in 2006, I had no idea I’d still be doing it at this point in time. Anyways, I felt I should mark the occasion; so here it is, the 10 LP: Ten tracks for ten years of Pinklogik. Nine old tracks (carefully selected by me) and a fresh new song called Binary. Many thanks to everyone for their support over the years, I won’t name names (as I’ll invariably end up missing someone out), but you all know who you are: friends old and new!
Maybe there’ll be another ten years? Who knows what the future holds…
To listen and download click the banner above. I hope you all enjoy this collection.