My band Clockwork Noise has released a new video

We have released the first video from our new album Whethermachines. It was directed by Mark Duggan, edited by Killian Broderick, choreographed and performed by Claire Anne Tobin. More about Clockwork Noise here.

Hope you like it! 

Blathnaid 

Clockwork Noise releases first full-length studio album Whethermachines

My band, Clockwork Noise, today released its first full-length studio album Whethermachines. The album can be streamed in full for free below or downloaded (also for free) here. The logo artwork is by Laura McGovern and I took the photograph. Many thanks to everyone who has helped us pull this album together over the past while, it has all be much appreciated!

Version 2

Download Whethermachines for free here

Read All About It – some links and news (23 July 2010)

First up, a rather wonderful guide to digital storytelling, which is designed for educators. However journalists with little exposure to these types of skills could benefit greatly from it. The guide is compiled by Sylvia Rosenthal Tolisano – I found it via Twitter but cannot find the original Twitter link!

Next, a fine round-up of relatively inexpensive multimedia equipment from Adam Westbrook. Great for those starting out or adding to their repertoire.

Hyperlocal alert! Will Perrin has a very nice slideshow, which provides an action plan for free and effective local journalism based on local authority data. Pay particular attention to the final slide (slide 18).

Excellent post from Advancing the Story called the ’10 laws of multimedia’. Quick, relevant and to the point. A must read.

There has been plenty of discussion about this article in the New York Times on reporter burnout – but here’s the link just in case you missed it.

Finally an amusing link from 10,000 words on journalists learning programming skills.

Festival bound with Clockwork Noise, have a good weekend,
B