It can’t have escaped your attention that, with all this review of the year gubbins, TVO has been relatively silent on the news front. Given the relative silence of a new year, we decided to temporarily suspend normal service at TVO Towers until tomorrow, when we’ll return to our usual ways of bringing you all the news, reviews, interviews and fun stuffs that we can muster from the realm of Onion Land.
To round off this period of reflection, we felt it prudent to remind you on this one final evening of indulgence that there’s just four days left to download our 100% FREE Six-Track musical EP, featuring some of the finest musical names in Onion Land.
In Holoserica Cepa 2013 includes the official release of ZaNg‘s epic Yogiebogiebox - the alt-rock brainchild of Paul Kaye & Adie Hardy, which features actor Marc Warren on harmonica. It also packs the first release of Waen Shepherd‘s festive ditty, Little Old Nick in character as Beach Boys esque alter-ego Colin Watson, and the debut of James Cook‘s sensational cover of XTC’s Making Plans For Nigel.
And, like all gifts that keep on giving, there’s a preview of Stephen Evans‘ forthcoming one-man comedy show via his track Walking, made in collaboration with Rob Halcrow – and a rare chance to hear a new track from Dead Dog In Black Bag which pays homage to one of the biggest influences, Prince. Lastly, but by no means least, the EP is the only place you can pick up a digital copy of Baloo My Boy sung by Richard Glover on the soundtrack to A Field In England, which was previously only available on limited edition vinyl.
You can hear the full thing above, or alternatively DOWNLOAD IT OVER YONDER. But hurry, because just like our first EP this time last year, come January 9th, they’ll be gone for good.
As always, TVO would like to thank everyone involved with the making of these tracks, and the compiling of this collection. You all know who you are, and to you, and everyone out there reading this – a very happy new year to you all. We love ya.
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