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19 June 2010 @ 10:57 pm
The Nashville Live Improv is now up and available for purchase. All proceeds go to CMFT Flood Relief.


17 June 2010 @ 12:08 pm
 Immi will be playing The Other Stage on Saturday June 26 from 2:40-3:30PM!


11 June 2010 @ 10:11 pm
The DVD that we have been anxiously waiting for now has a title and release date!

The DVD is entitled "Everything In-Between:  The Story of Ellipse" and will be released on August 3.  It is now available for pre-order on Amazon. And it's 98 minutes long :D... just saying.

Express your excitement.

11 June 2010 @ 10:04 pm
 The live improv sessions are up on the website for Norfolk and Philly.

All tracks can be heard and purchased here.  Individual EPs can be purchased for a minimum donation of $1.00 USD.

04 June 2010 @ 02:24 pm
 I have updated and edited the list of tags, into a more organized system, which can all be seen here.

When posting here, try your best to tag entries accordingly.  It really helps when searching for old posts. Thanks so much!

04 June 2010 @ 10:40 am
 Lots of news these past twenty-four hours, haha.

The live improv track from NYC is up right here.

The two-track EP can be purchased with a minimum donation of $1.00 USD.

03 June 2010 @ 11:09 pm
There is an article about Immi on Billboard, in which she talks DVD and the future.

Fresh off a Grammy Award -- Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical -- for her latest album, 2009's "Ellipse," Imogen Heap is working on a DVD documentary and another major musical project.

The documentary, which has not been titled or set for release yet, is culled from 360 hours of footage from 2007-09 of the British singer making "Ellipse," from the first songwriting to recording sessions at her old family home in Essex to mixing. "It was fan-generated," Heap tells Billboard.com. "Somebody emailed or something to say, 'Oh, please take a video camera and show us how you write your songs. I'd love to know what inspired you.' So I started to film it and it grew. You've got film of me in Maui, going to Japan, going to Australia, Beijing, Thailand, coming back and making the record. You get to see the whole process right from the start. I've got film of me crying on camera because 'I can't do it!' and dancing about on camera because, 'I CAN do it!!'
"It feels great for me to have this thing. It's my life. When I'm 90 and old and dotty and my grandchildren don't believe I was once young, I can show them this."

And, she adds, "It's great to be able to write on the DVD that 'Imogen won a Grammy...' "

After launching another North American tour for "Ellipse" on May 21 in Detroit, Heap is starting to sketch out her next project -- "a piece of music for funny instruments, electronic instruments and also orchestra" that premiere Nov. 5 at London's Royal Albert Hall. The environmentally themed composition will be accompanied by a specially made film featuring footage sent to her "from all the fans and everyone who's a fan of the Earth."

"God knows what it's going to sound like," says Heap, who's been researching atomic physics and other scientific topics for inspiration. She plans on writing in earnest in July. "I don't know how it's going to be orchestrated," she explains. "I don't know if we'll have a string section with all cellos or maybe mandolin or maybe it's going to be a 50-piece choir or people will have water instruments. I know it won't be a conventional orchestra. There'll be some kind of weird amalgam of strange instruments, with me in a tailcoat, conducting."

As for a next album, Heap says, 'Omigod, don't even talk about it! I don't think you'll see another record like ('Ellipse'); that was too intense. I'll probably start thinking about something new, but it's a little too soon now."

03 June 2010 @ 11:02 pm

more under the cutCollapse )

Current Music: "Chicago Live Improv" by Imogen Heap
 All live improv songs can be found here.

All proceeds from Chicago go to Cease Fire Chicago, whose main focus is to reduce violence.
All proceeds from Boston go to Berklee City Music Network, who give underprivileged teens the gift of a music education.
All proceeds from Washington DC go to Earth Conservation Corps, who try to reclaim youth and the environment.

All tracks can be purchased with a minimum donation of $1.00 USD.

03 June 2010 @ 07:48 pm
【025】 Bishoujo Senshi Sailormoon (Usagi - Usagi/Chibiusa, Usagi/Seiya, Usagi/Mamoru)
【015】 Ponyo on a Cliff by the Sea (Fujimoto - Fujimoto/Ponyo, Granmammare)
【016】 GPKISM

【009】 Imogen Heap

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See the rest here @ castledust.