Look for two possible Krell
shows in January in Houston. More to be announced as details
One year old and the total redesign of
the site begins......
The Bathyscaph has relocated to New Orleans.
Obviously much has come to a halt due to this move and it will be
a couple months before i gat back on my feet again and start any
real work on anything. Many planned releases will subsequently
be pushed yet further back due to this, be patient.
The Krell played a private showing in
Houston, Tx. on 9-11. The show was recorded and will become
the second disc of the two-disc set: "Helsingfors" due out by christmas.
LSFP's "Beyond The Bone Fields," ten brand new neo-classical pieces
has been shipped off to Red Brick Chimney in Lithuania for release.
More news on release date as it is learned.
The Krell plans to play a show in Houston
sometime in September.
Work has been started on a Pad/Krell
disc (more of a Pad & LSFP introduces The Krell). Hopes
are a release by year's end.
Also, The Krell's Helsingfors disc has been further poked and prodded
at with closer hopes of seeing this thing released, though it is
still questioned as to exactly when.
Next in the series of the back-catalog re-issues: LSFP's Under The
Sun, Under The Moon to be out sometime mid-August.
New Krell page, here.
Some mp3's added as well (just a few) - check individual album pages
to find 'em. Hopes to get more up as time passes.
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Yet another long overdue release, or rather this time, re-release:
CXTW's "P'yongyang." Refered to by those few who actually
have gotten to hear the album in the past as CXTW's best.
The best? Well I don't know about that, but definitely worth
giving a listen too.
What's up next? Who knows, but these are on the list to hopefully
be out by year's end:
CXTW - "Ku & Kadai"
V/A - "An Introduction To Trees, Vol. I"
LSFP // CXTW - "Vivid Displays Of The Atmosphere's Fury" (re-issue)
and as of the moment, that's really quite all - the status of The
Krell - "Helsingfors" and OSOM//LSFP - "Unsere Ehre Heisst Treue"
are still very much in the works and there is absolutely no projected
date on either of these at the moment unfortuantely.
Hey, I'm slowly making it thru my list of releases.....be patient.
Zwieback Of Zymurgy - re-mastered and with a whole new batch
of artwork is finally out after over two long years of delay.
Zwieback offers up a slew of b-sides, cut-ups/outtakes, and broken/lost
sound elements used over the past five years.
Helsingfors news: this disc is currently going thru major re-editing
and layout design, and with Marcus going on holiday for about a
month out of country, we probably won't see anything with this happen
until late summer.
Now up and running: The
Arctic Room: a forum in relation to AMP
and it's subsidaries. Check it out, and speak yr mind.
Let us know yr thoughts.
New page built for all you PAD fans, here.
Some new stuff hopefully due out by next month (well, not really
new I suppose) Re-release of CXTW's "P'yongyang" and finally
the release of LSFP's "Zwieback Of Zymurgy." Also hopes of
getting the re-releases of LSFP/CXTW's "Vivid Displays Of The Atmosphere's
Fury" and LSFP's "Glastonbury / Winter Solstice" out within the
next couple of months.
Due out next month from FX2: "Split Single 1" featuring Ouvex and
"Ku & Kadai" news - I'm gonna shoot for a Memorial Day release.
Hopes to also get the first "Trees" comp out by that time as well
which will probably contain tracks by Original Son Of Man, Osiris,
Pad, and Paul Lanowski Ramtell.
CXTW + LSFP's "Patos Marinza :: The Final Show" now available.
New updates to the AMP
**NOW OUT** LONG SEARCH FOR PEGASUS **BE AS GODWIN**
The long, long awaited and long overdue dive into the more experimental
realms of the Pegasus mind is NOW available!!! I've been waiting
so that this release and CXTW's "Ku & Kadai" could be released
simultaneously, but unfortunately, the release of "Ku & Kadai"
is yet again having to be delayed due to ongoing financial difficulties
at the bathyscaph. Rest assured that "Ku & Kadai" will
be out as soon as money warrants. In the mean time, I found
that I could no longer hold on to "Be As Godwin" - it's been way,
way too long.
Due out later this month: CXTW + LSFP: "Patos Marinza :: The
Final Show." Special quote/unquote live performance by these
two projects. Also, with hopes of availability later this
month, the re-release of the LSFP/CXTW split: "Vivid Displays Of
The Atmosphere's Fury" with additional notes and artwork.
Coming soon from Alphabet1, a new ep entitled "Outsourced"
New pages for Chin Xaou Ti Won and Long
Search For Pegasus.
The Krell double CD, "Helsingfors" is still in the works with hopes
to be out by Easter.
Also still in the works, the "Trees" 3" comp series. Hopes
to get this off the ground within the next few months.
Other things to look for in the future:
Original Son Of Man / Long Search For Pegasus (split as yet untitled)
Chin Xaou Ti Won - "Ku & Kadai"
Long Search For Pegasus - "Be As Godwin"
Re-releases of LSFP's "The Sewage Of Dead Birds" & CXTW's "P'yongyang"
Event news: be sure to check out Pad on January 16th at Super Happy
Fun Land in Houston, Tx. Click here
for further info.
The Bathyscaph is relocating. Several planned releases have
now been put on hold, and planned performances by the Krell have
been canceled. The Krell will be on a form of hiatus for at
least all of 2004, though there are hopes to get some recording
done whenever we can find a chance.
Several updates, including Discog &
Link additions have occured. Continual
construction will still take place as files are slowly transferred
from the old site. By January, I am in the hopes to have the
discog page near complete with available mp3's for download by February,
time willing. Artist pages should hopefully follow over the
course of the next couple of months as well. Please be patient.
As always, be sure to check out what's new with Apollo99
/ FX2. New EP by Chin Xaou Ti Won over on FX2 titled "The
Fatherland EP" hopefully available for purchase by year's end.
After two years as a floating myth, thebathyscaph.com has finally
come to see the light of day. However, the site will remain
under constant construction over the next few weeks, and will probably
remain strictly text-based, at least until the end of the year.
As time allows, all info will be transferred to its new home here
at the bathyscaph, until then, you can find all back archives and
relative bathyscaph information at the old site, here.
|Old news can be found here.