While We wait for Janissary to appear on iTunes (although it’s already on
and Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Janissary-Balkan-Opera-Paul-Shapera/dp/B07J292HDS/ref=sr_1_9?s=dmusic&ie=UTF8&qid=1539344865&sr=1-9&keywords=Paul+Shapera&refinements=p_n_feature_browse-bin%3A625150011)
let us begin discussion of the next project: The Broken Cyborg, A Biopunk Fairytale (Fairypunk 2)
Now I know you’re saying Paul, your music is cheesy and predictable. It’s like cat in the hat. Why don’t you actually, you know, TRY to be better?
I know. I know. I hear you torturous voice of the unnamed masses which actually exists in my head. Okay, fine. You asked for it. We will step up our game. Just remember, you asked for this.
(Random fan: I… haven’t… actually asked for anything except raven porn. You’re having this entire conversation in your own…)
ENOUGH! Why must you torture me further?!? I said I’ll do better! I WILL. I will do better. I will make you say wtf when you hear this. I will take you new places and I will make you love them. I will give you art instead of candy. Or candy art. Or artsy candy dreams.
Composition for Biopunk is already underway. About time too. There was a long wait while Janissary finished up and I have been itching to get started. Although I still need to continue promoting Janissary. We’re working on it. (Translation: I have no idea what I’m doing)
Our first track will begin the park. In the shanty town where an odd, collection of cyberpunks, bio post hippies, and earthy, transhumanist refugees live. Where our friend Zander has set up shop, a few years after being kicked out of the college for flesh enhancement experiments. Come, take the tour of this strange little conclave with me. The Hamlet Wheel is turning and shit’s about to go down.