Dark Company: Days Like These and Road Tripped

Posted by Wudmaster on 19/03/09

Days Like These by Dark Company has been added to their Bad Habits collection, along with the remix of Road Tripped. All of the songs on the Bad Habits page will eventually need post-production, but in the meantime feel free to enjoy them.

Wud Records: new gallery software!

Posted by Wudmaster on 18/03/09

Those of you who visit Wud Records regularly may have been admiring our new gallery software. It’s cool! If you have not seen it yet, check it out.

Over at Explicit Music the Dark Company lyrics for the Bad Habits songs which are available here as teasers for the rest of the album have been uploaded.

Dark Company: Bad Habits – vocals complete?

Posted by Wudmaster on 13/03/09

We have a feeling that it’s just possible that all the vocals for the forthcoming Bad Habits album by Dark Company have been successfully recorded. It’s not absolutely 100% certain, things have to settle down and so on, although it is highly possible. :-D

Explicit Music: many uploads

Posted by Wudmaster on 11/03/09

A whole load of lyrics have been added to the Explicit Music site recently, along with a small amount of new song information.

Wud Records and Explicit Music: various uploads

Posted by Wudmaster on 02/03/09

Here at Wud Records we have discovered that the recently uploaded Search Party files and the less recently uploaded Mark Drower and the Everyones files do not reach the standard required for them to remain permanently at the Wud Records website. New versions of these are now in the queue to be processed again. So drat, more work. :-/

On a more positive note, the Addled Eggs files passed their quality control test today so can stay, despite perhaps lacking a certain quality in other departments. There’s a great quote from Senga at the end of Waiting, something about a knee-related discovery…

More new things have been posted to the Explicit Music site, including lyrics for Alchemeon, Wud, Mark Drower and the Everyones and song information for Wud, Flicker and Mark Drower and the Everyones.

Despite the fact that the two sites are still in the process of being built and as such are not known to most of the universe yet, we’ve had visitors from Sweden, The Philippines and Canada as well as the usual hits from the UK. Hello to you all!

Wud Records and Explicit Music: more uploads

Posted by Wudmaster on 01/03/09

Many things have been uploaded, edited, changed, improved and generally fiddled with at the Wud Records and Explicit Music websites. Sadly though, our bricks were the wrong colour, so the shop fell down when we built it. Hopefully the next delivery of bricks will have the correct smell. :)