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Oddities

Mick has followed up his instrumental album, ‘Obscurities’, with another selection of quirky instrumentals, this time featuring pieces played on everything from flute and zither through to knives and fire engine nozzles. More information at Mick’s blog, or just listen to it below: Oddities by Mick Bordet

Obscurities

Mick has released new album of instrumental music, accompanied by a novella, called ‘Obscurities‘. The eBook is also available at Smashwords in formats for all the usual eReaders. As if that wasn’t enough, the story will also be appearing in audio podcast form over the next few weeks at Every Photo Tells… The audio version […]

Podcasting

Both of us have roles in the new podcast fiction story, Wiener Blut, a modern fantasy tale set in Vienna against a backdrop of murder, mystery, another world and coffee, lots of coffee. Music from Difficult Second features in the podcast Mick co-produces with Katharina of Wiener Blut. Every Photo Tells… is a short story […]

Best Thinking

Sean’s blog ‘From Broughty Ferry to Brokenness‘ has moved to the ‘Best Thinking’ site, where you will also find his recent collaborative work with artist Greg Carter, which is called ‘14 Cages‘. Essential reading for Lunacy Board inmates.

Spin-Offs

Visit the new ‘Spin-Offs‘ page for details of Sean’s writings “From Broughty Ferry to The Boulevard of Brokenness” and Mick’s podcast fiction “Some Other Scotland”.

Red Nose Net

Mick and “The Furfurescent Choir” have created a song for this year’s Comic Relief effort, via Red Nose Net – an internet-based group promoting Red Nose Day outside the UK. The song is called “Big Red Nose” and will be featured within the video webcast which will be running all day on 13th March 2009.

Mick & Zombies

Mick plays bass on the debut release from the Jonathan Coulton covers band, “The Mandelbrot Set”.

Mick takes on the ‘Masters of Song Fu’

Mick is one of 13 songwriters competing against Jonathan Coulton, Paul & Storm and the RiffTones (of MST3k fame) for the elusive title of ‘Master of Song Fu’. Follow his progress on his blog at mickbordet.com.