Got the official confirmation — the music video for The Simple Carnival’s “A Geek Like Me” will have its world premiere at the LA 3-D Movie Festival! And I’ll be going!
Film festivals, music sales, critical acclaim — bah. This is still the greatest thing ever to happen to The Simple Carnival’s music.
I finally saw my work on the silver screen for the first time — “Tornado” was screened today at 3DFF!
Girls Aliens Food badges have been printed up in Japan!
The new, remastered version of Girls Aliens Food (with 20 minutes of bonus tracks) is now for sale!
Got a care package from Japan today!
Want one of these CDs? The new, remastered version of Girls Aliens Food (with 20 minutes of bonus tracks) can only be found here!
The Simple Carnival’s videos shown on a real movie theater in downtown L.A.? Yep!
Got an official invitation to show my music videos at the 3D Film Festival next month… and I’m going!
The video for the new Simple Carnival song “Tornado” is here!
The Simple Carnival video “Everything that Grownups Know” is an official selection at 3D-Con! It will be shown in their Stereo Theatre the week of the convention.
I won’t be able to attend 3D-Con this year, but I’m envious of everyone who is able to go! It looks like it’s going to be the place for everyone who loves 3D.
Thanks to the Japanese CD store Disques Dessinee for not only featuring The Simple Carnival on the front page of their web site but also for putting together this very nice in-store display!
The Simple Carnival…big in Japan?
For those who can’t read Japanese — a record store in Japan is featuring The Simple Carnival on their web site and is selling a bunch of Simple Carnival merchandise. See their site here!
Here’s a translation, courtesy of Miyuki Kimura:
“”Highly recommended for Todd Rundgren fans. His masterpiece “Misery” is sooo mellow and amazing… The Simple Carnival is a solo unit of male SSW Jeff Boller from US. His music is warm, pop, dreamy,sweet-and-sour, soft, lovely and impressive… His works are full of beautiful melodies and spacey feelings. Enjoy a superb and dreamy Takuroku Pop (pop music from a home recording studio).”