Just wanted to post that a new review off "A Haunting Presence" can be found here: http://lownobudgetreviews.wordpress.com/2011/07/22/transcend-with-time-a-haunting-presence-2009/ Enjoy.
I just got confirmation that the entire "A Haunting Presence" CD will be in rotation at CLN Radio today. Be sure to go check them out. Thanks Gary for the opportunity. Here's the link: www.clnradio.com
For anyone interested, I have decided to also start selling my latest album "A Haunting Presence" at BandCamp. For now, it's just the Digital Album for $ 5 or .50 each song. Maybe I'll add the physical copy as well later on. Also, I will be adding all of my previous albums as well. Here's the link: http://transcendwithtime.bandcamp.com/ Would appreciate the support. BTW, be sure to click on the Like button : )
Just wanted to post that TwT was again featured at Night Tides on last week's podcast 6/5/2011: "Surreality." My song "In Seclusion" is the 2nd song featured on Hour 1. Check it out if you can. http://www.kcur.org/NTArchives.html
Here's the latest interview I conducted with Charles from Beautiful New Age Music. Go check it out at http://www.beautiful-new-age-music.com/transcend-with-time.html Hopefully, enjoy it. Thank you Charles for this opportunity.
Wow, this has been the most promotion I've ever received. This is the 3rd time one of my songs off "A Haunting Presence" is featured on Renee Blanche's "Night Tides" radio show. Very much appreciated. The song featured is "Through Shifting Lines" and it is the 7th song on Hour 2. It can be heard on the 5-8-11 show "Remembering Mom." Here's the link: http://www.kcur.org/NTArchives.html Mark
This is the latest review off "A Haunting Presence." The review comes from Tangram's Music Blog. Here the link: http://razors78.wordpress.com/ Thank you Kristian. Enjoy. BTW, the album is available at CDBaby, iTunes, eMusic, Amazon MP3, Napster, etc. for anyone interested in getting a copy.
The music on ‘A Haunting Presence’ can best be described as progressive New Age/Ambient, sometimes infused with a small ammount of rock influenses. The soundscapes are highly melodic and ethereal, and will take you to places only your dreams can generate. One of my favourite tracks on this album has to be ‘Through Shifting Lines’ as it has a great deal of melodic guitar textures that shines through like a pendulum from start to finish. Other great notable tracks are ‘Into A Solace Room’ , with (as the album title says) it’s haunting and evocative feeling throughout, and the track ‘Beneath’ which is a rockier and more uptempo piece that keeps the pulse going on strong. The album closes in with the beautiful piano driven piece called ‘ In Seclusion’. This song is indeed gorgeous, especially if you play it loud using headphones!. All that said, ‘Transcend With Time’ will, without a doubt, immerse you into a haunting presence. It’s an astonishing and versatile album that demands attention and repeated listenings to really grow on you. It could perhaps best be described as a mix of Clannad (their instrumental works), Jeff Woodall and Simeon Harris. That said, pour all of these artists in a mixer and add some of Mark’s own imaginary ideas, and this is the music you’ll get!. Recommended!!
I just found out that "Through Shifting Lines" off my "A Haunting Presence" album was featured at the Tuned-In Music Channel by Gordon Rosenberg (a fellow member of the Circle). The music is featured under the "International New Age Music Circle" podcast. Here's the link: http://music.lightreport.org/?p=971 Thanks Gordon once again for your support.
Thanks to Renee Blanche for once again featuring one of my songs on her 4-10-11 show of Night Tides. It seems someone enjoys my music : ) The song featured is "As Darkness Prevails." The song is the last one on Hour 3 of her podcast. Go check out the wonderful music at http://www.kcur.org/NTArchives.html Mark
Just found out that "A Silent Lullaby" off "A Haunting Presence" was featured on the 4-3-11 podcast of Night Tides with Renee Blanche. I'm the 1st song on Hour 3. Be sure to go check me out at http://www.kcur.org/NTArchives.html Thanks Renee.