November 6th, 2007
Our next album, due to be released in the distant future-year of two thousand and eight, will be a curious thing, indeed. Very Us Artists will be channeling sights and sounds from the future and serving them up in the form of the next VUA offering, The Future Is Now. If you’d like to be among these daring artists willing to peer into realms beyond the now, get in touch.
October 30th, 2007
October 22nd, 2007
In one week, Nascence and Child (Opus 1 No.1) will be released. If you’d like to get your hands on the goods as soon as possible, you can pre-order your copy at any time between today and Sunday the 28th by making sure you’re our mailing list: Missive VUA. If you don’t already get these, sign up!
October 17th, 2007
In less than two very busy weeks, Nascence and Child will “drop,” as the kids say. And the official artist list is out. Check it right here. Among the musicians can be found a girl who played “Walk This Way” for DMC, singers who toured extensively with Blackmore’s Night, a man whose son demands to be addressed as “Spiderman” (while in costume, anyway), a pair of mysterious Nordics who we suspect to be cyborgs, a composer as comfortable with hip-hop as Dvořák (and ain’t afraid to mix ‘em up!), a one-woman orchestra for an Anglo-American pantomime company, an amateur plate-spinner (considering going pro), and an honest-to-goodness Brit! Yes, this is going to be an interesting album.
October 10th, 2007
A few weeks ago we put out the word that we would be taking suggestions from you folks to Name Our Album! Forty-four suggestions later, we have picked our favorite. Although we chose something different (see today’s other announcement), it was Brian Kiser’s “Provenance” that hit the mark best. He’s won himself and a friend each a copy of the album! Congrats, Brian!
October 10th, 2007
Inspired by A.L. Ashbaugh’s breathtaking artwork for the album cover (sneak a peek here), we finally arrived at the title, Nascence and Child.
September 20th, 2007
The first official Very Us Artists album will be graced with the artwork of fantasy artist and photographer A. L. Ashbaugh. If you check out some of her past work, you’ll see just why.