November 30, 2015
Back From Belgium!
B-Wave 2015: We had a great experience at the B-Wave festival in Belgium. Unfortunately Gary had to bow out through illness, so thinking quickly, we enlisted the help of two musicians and friends who we knew were attending the festival. Thank you Jez Creek and John Christian for making it a unique RMI performance.
New CDR Release : We'll be reviewing the recordings we have made recently, with a view to issuing them either on Bandcamp or on CDR. In the meantime, we released a new CDR at the festival which is now available through this website.
See right for details.
October 20, 2015
Quick News Update
RMI made their return to live performance at The Awakenings on Saturday 17th October performing a largely improvised 90 minute set. Thanks to all who attended and gave us so much encouragement and enthusiasm. We had a great few days plugging back in and rediscovering the old magic....
Image #1Now, on to Belgium and the B-Wave Festival on Saturday November 14th.
Hope to see some of you there !
Two new Bandcamp Releases!
The Road To Zabriskie Point
One of Radio Massacre International's pivotal works `Zabriskie Point' is now featured in an expanded edition on Bandcamp. For the first time the studio sessions leading up to their MTV co-host in 1996, (and subsequent `Zabriskie Point' album), are released in full. Also making its debut in audio form are performances and out-takes from the MTV session, and to round the set off there is a newly unearthed and restored session from 1980, featuring the original recording of `Zabriskie Point' made by Duncan, Gary and Steve when they were just 17 ! From a home studio in Teesside, to a TV studio in Central London and air time on MTV Europe...we present `The Road To Zabriskie Point'.
The Shuttle Album
An early foray into space-rock, this album really is like nothing else in the RMI catalogue. Spontaneously created during the space shuttle expedition of 1981, it stands alone as a one-off. Featuring echo guitar, copicat drums, descant recorder and the Duncan Goddard single delay Roland SH1000 technique, as well as found tapes, dialogue and unsuspecting studio guests. Somewhat anarchic in spirit, it never the less takes shape as the album progresses and features some fine passages of primitive space music, amid the fearlessness of youthful experimentation.
Do Electric Sheep Dream Of Space Rock?