Chad Fischer’s National Parks released
Chad Fischer’s National Parks released
Chad Fischer has released his new instrumental album National Parks! The album is available through various online and streaming services. Every track on the album is an instrumental and ambient music which is dedicated to a certain US national park or monument, as the name suggests. Along with the release of the album Chad Fischer also launched his new website. It tells the story behind the creation of the album and offers three music videos dedicated to National Parks: "Yosemite", "Yellowstone" and "Craters of the Moon". The videos are also available on the newly created youtube channel. Another special section of the site brings together Chad Fischer's work as a Film and TV series composer and offers to listen lots of the tracks throughout his career, including his newest work on Weird City and such deep cuts as "Map of My Heart" from Little Manhattan and "Bye Bye Bye" with Sia from The Babysitters. Congratulations to Chad Fischer with the relaunch of his solo career. You can get National Parks via the following links: Tracklisting:
  1. Yellowstone
  2. Acadia
  3. Grand Canyon
  4. Joshua Tree
  5. Shenandoah
  6. Grand Teton
  7. Denali
  8. Craters of the Moon
  9. Yosemite
  10. Gates of the Arctic
  11. Arches
  12. Glacier
  13. Zion
  14. Bryce
Elevation Change documentary scored by Tim Bright
Elevation Change documentary scored by Tim Bright
Marion Mauran's documentary Elevation Changefor which Tim Bright provided the score, has been recently released through online services like iTunes, Amazon and Vimeo. The documentary was first premiered at the Rhode Island International Film Festival in summer of 2017 under the name Run While You Can where it recieved critical acclaim. Several more festivals followed and two years later it finally got wider release through the streaming services. The film follows Sam Fox as he launches a highly publicized campaign to break the speed record on the Pacific Crest Trail and raise $250,000 for Parkinson's disease in honor of his mother. The Trail is the one that connects Canada to Mexico via one continuous footpath 2,650 grueling miles in length and while Sam travels it he quickly learns what it means to struggle in the spotlight. You can watch the trailer here.
Trophy album by Kate Davis
Trophy album by Kate Davis
Kate Davis, the New York based musician, has an upcoming debut album Trophy that features an extensive collaboration with Tim Bright. The album is going to be released on November 8, 2019 on Solitaire Recordings. Kate Davis Trophy Tim played guitar, provided horn arrangements, produced and engineered the album. The recording itself mainly took place in Tim's Sixty Cycle Music studio. Aside from studio work Tim made a directional debut with the music video for the song "Cloud" and participated in creation of the lyric video for the song "Open Heart". Adding to this Tim has also been performing with Kate live. A number of clips and pics from the shows can be found via Kate's Instagram. Trophy is available to pre-order on CD, cassette and digital format with 5 singles that were released so far available instantly. They are "rbbts", "Cloud", "Open Heart", the title track and "Daisy". For more information about the album and to pre-order visit Kate Davis' bandcamp page. Kate is also hitting the road in November for the US East Coast tour and continuing in January in Europe. For dates, cities and tickets visit facebook. P.S. Additional track by Kate Davis produced by Tim Bright has been previously released on the soundtrack album for the film Five Feet Apart.