Nov 2011 18

Half Acre Day is the band that never sleeps releasing a slew of beautiful songs in their Lunar Singles collection as well as creating an exclusive new song, Pythagoras Switch, for Project London.The song premiered at the recent Seattle Interactive Conference, Battle of the Geek Bands competition where Sir Mix-A-Lot, one of the celebrity judges, commented enthusiastically about the song and the band.

We’re sharing this bit of the song with you now in hopes that it will inspire you to help us finish the movie. We have two major hurdles to overcome—color correction and sound design and mixing. Our campaign is almost over and we haven’t hit our goal by a long shot. That said, we are undaunted. We will press on and we sure hope you will help us with a donation and/or sharing links to the campaign everywhere on Facebook and Twitter.

Point people here to check out the campaign:

Thank you!

And for those of you who stumble upon this post, Project London is an independently produced, science-fiction, action-adventure, effects movie. Made by Volunteers! Almost no Budget! Blender open-source 3D Software used to create animated elements! 774 Visual Effects!

Who is Anton Urban? Why is he introducing the premiere of Half Acre Day’s new song? These are valid questions that deserve answers. Anton has supported Project London from the beginning, when it was just a teensy little germ of an idea. He’s been a sounding board for ideas, he plays a bit part (that still may be cut), and he helped us with the connective story tissue between Project Manhattan (the prequel novella) and the movie. Also very significant, Anton introduced us to Half Acre Day. So it’s only appropriate that he introduces the premiere of Pythagoras Switch.


Phil McCoy, Executive Producer
on behalf of Ian Hubert (left), Writer Director, and Nathan McCoy (far right), also Executive Producer and Phil McCoy (middle).

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1 Comment

  1. Jeff Hartman says:

    Good afternoon Phil, Ian, Nathan,

    I am quite impressed with what your group has created in regards to Project London.

    As a producer, musician and audio engineer, I have my own recording and mastering studio. I have of lately decided to stop recording bands as the time investment was no longer financially feasible and I have been wondering what direction to take with the studio.

    To this end, If you are in need of a secondary option for finalization of the mix and any final scoring, I would like to extend my offer to utilize my skills and studio for much less than what others out west will charge.

    This may be a great experience for us both as we will learn the process together and the schedule can be less formal and more relaxed allowing for last minute changes, mix edits, etc…. that would otherwise be rushed when dealing with large budget studios.

    Thank you for your time and great job on the movie!


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