The Great Gladstone Oil Strike! and The Hardest Lessons have both been released.
Memories of Dwayne is a completely reworked version of The Twin Nature. Check it out above...also, released a new version of Technicolor dreams...look below for info on that. Radio...includes some alternate mixes from the archives...first up on the playlist is my remix of the Chemical Brothers song Galvanize...an experimental rock version of the Russian pop group TATU...that mix is remarkable in the fact that originally it was a completely Britney Spears type pop song...and it was turned into an arena rock type song solely by adding fx and whatnot in the mixing process...after that there's an industrial track written for a video game and so on...interesting shards of history for those interested in that type of thing...
Return to WritingThe last few years have been stressful to say the least...however, lately my thoughts have returned again to writing. I have compiled three ebooks full of stuff that was published in various places back in the day. Why Be Normal When You Can Be Interesting? is a compilation of sayings and craziness that I've posted on Facebook. Of Life and Spirit is a thoughtful compilation of poetry and essays that were published in various magazines and books. Phantoms is a fantastical compilation of dark poetry and short stories that were published in various magazines. The Unison EP contains three of my my most well received dance/pop tracks along with one ambient soundtrack (STORM) that was never released. You can download all these for free...make a donation, or share them on your favorite social media site by visiting this site: http://books.noisetrade.com/kelvinbueckert
The Passion of Donald Carruthers, a non-fiction narrative about the life of Donald Carruthers is set to appear in an upcoming edition of Canadian Stories.
Random Access Poetry
Included in an issue of Random Access Poetry...
Feed the Hungry
Have fun. Check out this cool site. You can play a word game and for every correct answer you donate food to the hungry. http://www.freerice.com