Justin’s latest album of solo piano compositions, Contact, is available now for pre-order exclusively on iTunes, and will be released this upcoming Tuesday. Check it out!
Today we’re excited to announce the upcoming release of Justin’s latest piano album, Contact. An informal sequel to 2012′s Origin, Contact focuses on inertia, chaos, and the link between completion and destruction. Where Origin was an exploration of youth and the beginning of a journey, Contact takes us to the end of that journey to witness the transformation that occurs at any crossroads.
With sixteen songs in all, Contact is playful, heartbreaking, and adventurous. The track ‘Zero’ is a collaboration of sorts, having been creatively composed and then algorithmically redesigned. The results are eerily automated but unmistakably human.
That’s just the start, though, and we can’t wait to share more with you as we leap into 2013!
Today we’re happy to announce the immediate availability of two new Springbok apps, Trail Share and Clouds Below. The former is a mobile interface for SPOT’s shared tracking pages, while the latter is designed specifically for people who are interested in sending their own weather balloons into near space (like Justin did with project Zephyr.) Be sure to check out the news update at redesigneverything.com for more information.
Project Zephyr’s first launch took place this past weekend, and a few of the images have just gone up, so be sure to check them out! It was an incredible adventure and I couldn’t be happier with the results, so a very big thank you to everyone who helped me achieve it. You’re the best!
Hi all, Justin here. This evening, my latest album Origin was officially released and went live on iTunes. Though there was a time when I would release several albums each year, more than four years have gone by since my last piano album, and it feels wonderful to be here again launching a new one. This album is very important to me, and I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed creating it. I look forward to hearing your thoughts, so please feel free to share them with me on the about page, and thank you so much for your support.
As summer begins (just a few days from now!), I’ll be heading into the final stages of preparation for Project Zephyr. It’s going to be a lot of fun, and I encourage you to take a look at the plan if you haven’t already. Most importantly, though, I hope this album makes you stop for a moment and wonder what you’re capable of, and what dream you just might be ready to turn into a reality.