Wizards of Mass DistractionRichard Thomas and Peter Morgan. Downloads available of various songs created in the last coupe of years. The Wizards have been creating Bazooka Monkey Done Bad Bad the current album, with an ambient release to follow. The latest songs have been placed in the WMD downloads section. Scroll down for some songs you can play directly from this page.
New Wizards website launched
A performance of new material as part of the Green Room event “Mouth to Mouth” in May 2011 at Bauhuas in Bridgend, S Wales on Saturday 28 May. Startlingly new material will be performed with Rhian Edwards (vocals, Uke etc.). This collaboration will be created under a new moniker. And possibly hats. We may well be joined by other musicians - check back for more information soon. Part of the Arts for the Earth Arts Council of Wales sponsored series of events.
Here's some pics from a collaboration as the Honeylenders - Knights Arms reunion gig pictures. Thanks to John Young for the images.
Currently, the Wizards are working on the Difficult Music for Difficult people album, and Rumanian Light, a runaway funk train of a project.
Recording the Difficult Music for Difficult People album:
Bazooka Monkey Done Bad Bad
The Soundcloud player below allows you to play or download songs form Bazooka Monkey Done Bad Bad or you can download these tracks directly as 192kbps MP3. The song list scrolls down for more digital delight.
Where else to find our stuff:Facebook - add our page
You can now access our page 'wizards of mass distraction' directly with the following web address - please bookmark it: http://band.to/wmd/
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MacIdol - Mac Musician site
BandCamp - a great music hosting site, downloads available in a variety of formats including lossless, FLAC etc.
Myspace page for WMD
Also at http://www.soundclick.com/WizardsofMassDistraction
The wizards have placed at number one on the Soundclick Alternative music charts and appeared in the top ten artists chart.
Manmelter at number one 6th June 2009
The "red poster" from an early gig with Robert Minhinnick.