We have the most sincere pleasure to be the first to exclusively premiere the brand new video from The Windmills Project, “Give Me The Night”!
We also have an exclusive, in depth interview with The Windmills project that will be released tomorrow that you don’t want to miss. The conversation gets pretty deep!
About The Windmills Project:
Coming on May 7th, General Election Day, on limited edition 10” vinyl only, The Death Disco EP represents the first of 3 x 10” vinyl only Chapters comprising the debut album to be released by The Windmills Project – a rock opera influenced but not contained by the classics of the genre (Tommy, Quadrophenia) and Nic Roeg’s celluloid masterpiece “The Man Who Fell To Earth.”
There is no Bowie or Sting, no Elton, but a young sorceress lands on Earth nonetheless to document a small world obsessed with, and about to be consumed by, sex, propaganda, powerlust, religious war & social carnage. Is she an archangel of redemption or the darkangel sent to cast the planet down in misery? There’s the rub.
Brand New Deep Web KolleKtiv, The Windmills Project shake a Molotov of art, film, realpolitik, cyber-skullduggery and dark beats. Comprising the sorceress and various digitally linked creative cells from Wessex, Leicester, Nottingham, Rotherham, Cumbria, Cambridge and London, The Windmills Project will release the “Death Disco” and the subsequent Chapters of the opera on 10″ vinyl only on their own Station K Records label. Remixes have already been completed by Superstylers, Gordon John and North2South for the Death Disco. The Evolution will not be televised, but the remixes and the vinyl are ready to roll.
The Death Disco EP is now available to be watched and stripped at YouTube via the Station K channel. Rip it up.
Give Me The Night: http://youtu.be/Blm2m6-MrJU
Shanti Town: http://youtu.be/tub9S1Eudj0
The Preacher’s Song: http://youtu.be/5CvyJMlOCoY