Sunday, April 25, 2010

Beta Napster has Gravity Tree prog rock

Anyone check out the new Beta version of Napster? For the most part, we like the new layout, especially the darker color scheme (for those who care ;-o). btw they actually pay artists for downloads now - it's completely legit these days.

Anyway, you can find most of our music there. We say 'most', because the new downloads like Building are exclusive to other sites, like our own webstore.

So if you like to get your music from Napster, be sure to check us out over there.

Okay, back to the studio to work on those new songs...

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Sometimes you can't get back

Sometimes you just can't get back into the studio...

Besides trying to finish taxes (!), last week found me working out a few ideas for our upcoming video.

Gravity Tree is also working up some new T-Shirt designs which just might see the light of day this time around ;-)

All these tangents, of course, were necessary, if not always well-planned. Back in the studio we go once again. Hint: the next song's acronym is FTWHC...we'd like to hear from any of you on what that might stand for. Until next time...

Monday, April 12, 2010

More Guitar, please

A short entry this time, as things are quite busy at Studio192. Guitar tracking continues for the new songs, and Alan has been working up charts for more upcoming recordings.

There were also talks concerning a new video, work for which should be getting underway next month. More on this and the new songs in an upcoming newsletter...that's it for now.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Download Interference

In this week's update, we wanted to mention that we recently added our 8 minute+ song (epic?) "Interference" to the Gravity Tree  downloads now available at the Boost Independent Music shop. (The song Interference is originally from the album Ultimate Backward .)

We're a featured artist there as well. You can find us easily, by choosing "progressive" from the "browse by music style" menu on the site's main page.

In addition to the music-in-progress, Gravity Tree has been updating their pages at We've been steadily climbing the charts over there, which is a little strange for us - even appearing on charts. We'll try not to get too popular ;-)

For those on spring break, we hope it's happy (and safe!)...and our fans on our mailing list can xpect the April newsletter soon.

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