Archive for May, 2009


Saturday, May 16th, 2009

I’d like to thank everybody that came out to the CD release party Friday evening, it was great fun and a huge success, especially given the early hour! I saw many familiar faces of course, and met a number of new fans as well. I don’t think I’ve ever talked so much to so many people in a single evening.

I’ve been told we have some decent video of this show, so I may be posting something from that in the next couple days, so check back right here.

And in the mean time, thanks to our long-time friends, Kevin Ehling, Dean Williams and Veronica Bradford, we have some pics from the show:

Now available on CDBaby

Saturday, May 16th, 2009
TWENTY3FIFTY9: The Count, Act I - The Soul of a Prisoner

For those who missed the CD release party, the CD is now available on CDBaby! On our page there you can listen to track clips, and buy the CD either as an MP3 download, or have them ship you the actual CD package (which also gives you the incredible album artwork created for us by Ed Unitsky).

Check it out!


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Thursday, May 7th, 2009

TWENTY3FIFTY9 / The Count. Act I. The Soul Of A Prisoner review by DALE JUDAY

Twenty3Fifty9 is from Texas, where other prog bands have emerged (Tuner, Gollum, Hands). Taking their cue from the royal lineage of music, this band knows how to deliver a quality album. Impressive packaging & artwork for their debut release. Chock full of lyrics (although a bit difficult to read as it appears blurry against background art), and a very interesting storyline to follow. The album titled “[The Count, Act I – The Soul of a Prisoner]” is a feat of progressive glory.

The band is tight, the production (as far as instrumentation goes) is superb. They receive glowing reviews for their live shows. I can imagine why, as the music certainly comes across as unique and well composed. I presume the vocalist, who doubles as the band’s guitarist, can pull off the performance live – which would certainly set them apart from other gigging bands who tend to drop the ball on live performance when the pressure is on. (more…)