Posts Tagged ‘god’



December 26, 2012

Thanks for listening to Atheist Advent!

The last few songs are up, including some guitar work of which I’m rather proud, intended to give all those family gatherings across the Christian world a wee bit of extra lubrication for the end run; and my surprise at finding I can sing overtones.

See also the evoution of Atheist Advent song seeds into Reason Breeds Monsters creations, and buy one of our special discs. And read about our adventures on Yorkshire radio.

Atheist Advent is over: now its Reason Breeds Monsters‘s turn.

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New song: Unspecified Incident at Sea

December 4, 2011

Here’s a new song for today’s Atheist Advent, about some troubling incident at sea. I don’t know where, if anywhere, this plot line will go.


24 December: Santa Claus’ Curse pt. 3

December 25, 2010

Today’s song is a new episode of last years’ retelling of the legend of Santa Claus. Click here to hear the song, and for some stuff I’ve written about it.

Happy New Year! The solar new year — for the Northern Hemisphere — starts today!

Thanks for tuning in.


December 22: Beadnell Bay video

December 22, 2010

December 19 and 20: Where the Cities Are, and For Leuce

December 20, 2010

Over on we’ve got yesterday’s tune and today’s. Today’s one is faltering and lo-fi. In fact, I came up with it a while ago, but it was a one-off recording and until I manage to work out the fingering and how to stay relaxed while playing, it will have to stay like this. Maybe I should have waited until I figured it out properly; but that might be never. And I think it’s worth taking the risk.

Hope everyone is keeping cool (e.g. in Australia), warm (e.g. Europe), and otherwise (elsewhere).



18 December: Zoo Break

December 18, 2010

For lyrics – see

In other news: Captain Beefheart has died.


17 December: The Eye at the Window

December 17, 2010

I want to talk about what I have in mind for this song but I better not in case it affects listening pleasure. Of course, it might improve listening pleasure. But this is a risk we have to take.

No studio MP3 for this one, sorry to say, for reasons explained here.