https://vimeo.com/815744255 A quick update from Robert Holmes on the Son of SEQUEL Kickstarter Campaign status. Join in and help us reach our goal now! kickstarter.com/projects/robertholmesthemes/son-of-sequel-a-new-album-from-composer-robert-holmes
Thanks to Jack, Sean, and Joshua at Adventure Game Hotspot for doing this very fun interview with some unusual and fun topics and links! an independent specialist magazine focused exclusively on adventure gaming. Founded in 2022, An interview with musician/composer Robert Holmes
We have been so pleased to see the amazing support for the album SEQUEL, and how happy people have been to receive more of the music from the world of GK. For us, not only is it a chance to have more of Robert’s music out in the world- but it’s a great opportunity
Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album Featuring the original album plus 5 bonus tracks and 18 covers of GK music from around the world! Includes unlimited streaming of Sequel via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days Order now!
Just a quick note to congratulate the winner of last night’s raffle held during the live stream! Timothy Kirkland has won the dubious honor of a virtual Zoom lunch with Robert and Jane Jensen! Let’s hope he likes PB&J’s with Bulldogs!:) We’re working on all the various rewards that are due to go out in
Some folks have asked how they can join in even after the Kickstarter Campaign has completed. To facilitate this we have extended the campaign onto Indiegogo. Please pass the word along if you know someone who missed the opportunity on KS! Indiegogo Also, Keep an eye out soon for Reward Surveys to confirm your
We’re working away at digitizing and prepping the rewards that come out prior to completion of the album. Join us for our Live Stream on Jan 15th where we will draw the winner from those entered for the virtual lunch reward and share some of the cool cover songs entered so far in the Covers
Friends, Several months ago I was trying out a new multitrack recorder to use for “quick sketches” of song ideas. To make it easy I used some of my older keyboards from back in the gaming days. The finished tune was called “A Song For Oberon”. I shared it with a few friends, and