The website I've been working on for my new Rivers & Robots album is live! It's going to be a miniblog of updates on how the album is progressing with videos, images and audio snippets too. Tumblr seemed like the best solution for this, plus it's ability to let people follow the blog should hopefully build some momentum! Check it out here http://riversrobots.tumblr.com/
about 2 years ago
I told you this before, but that whole background moving separately from the content... Gorgeous.
Thanks Matt :)
psalm 119 is really long! are you in a Christian band then?
looks really good, nice work!
Looks incredible, mate. I really like it.
awesome!! well done jonathan man
Really great details!
Following ! And I LOVE the song by the way.
looks nice :)
@Leon - I use ableton live to do my songs (pictured).
@Samuel - well it's not a band, it's just me! But yes, I'm a Christian and I'm trying to write worship songs with a totally different sound. But hopefully still enjoyable for anybody, whether they're Christian or not!
Absolutely stunning, gives me a sense of being in the air, but in a vintage-era airplane :)
I too am a Christian, glad to meet someone who's passionate about their faith and design. Keep on rockin'.
Really nice work :)
I love how the background scrolls slower than the content in the foreground. Nice touch!
The parallax scrolling might be the best thing I've seen all day. Beautiful.
THIS IS HOT!
wow looks really soft and that scrolling effect is great
It looks really great with the background, but the image is not large enough: http://cl.ly/ChYO
Thats really cool. Just interested... What church are you at in Manchester?
That is really nice work! Inspiring!
@Martin, no your screen is just too big ;) If I make the image taller then the page needs to be really long in order for the parallax scrolling to work otherwise the background scrolls faster than the content and that just looks weird.
Looks great! Really love the live version ! :)
love it man!
Absolutely beautiful. What more do you need to hear? :)
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