Only five days left of the “Why You Deserve A Free Album” contest. To enter, send an email to email@example.com with either a short paragraph on why you deserve a free downloadable copy of ‘Phoenix’ or by writing a review of any of my songs available on the media page. Remember, the contest closes on October 8th!
Future Justin Note: This post is out of date. It is an archival entry. For those of you who are interested, Pablo was a bug and was the mascot of JustinBianco.com for some time. He might make a resurgence someday, but until then, here’s his original introduction. Here’s a picture of him, and it’s linked to his video that he made at one point to promote the site.
End Future Justin Note.
Pablo, the newest member of our humble website, would like to introduce himself. He has prepared a small video to convey his enthusiasm about the things that go on here at justinbianco.com. Take a look. (Click on him in the top right corner.)
The final edits have just been completed for the Justice Now project, which should be released quite soon. Although it’s been almost a year’s worth of work (since I came onto the project, and many more years of work for everyone else involved,) I have to say that this has been an extremely rewarding project, and I hope everyone will explore the possibilities of a prison-free world with open-mindedness and hope for a brighter future.
Now, onto more mundane matters. I have been working on a follow up to ‘Phoenix,’ and although the tone of this album seems a little more electronic, I still like to think of it as a continuation of the process I began with Phoenix. The name of the new album is ‘Children Sublime,’ and it should be out by the end of September. I’m beginning to sound like a broken record, but each album I create seems so much better, so much more compelling than the last, that I love the process of making music, even if no one else in the world ever listens to it. Despite the rewards inherent to creating music, hopefully I’ll be able to pay the bills with this one… Ah, ever the struggling artist. Would I have it any other way?
Phoenix: Now available at CDBaby.com.
Gift: Now offered for free download at the media page, along with a bunch of wallpapers and icons.
Destiny Of Heritage: Available now at www.lulu.com/justinbianco.
So, there you have it. Enjoy!
Phoenix is officially released, and will be available on CDBaby.com within a few days. Time to celebrate! Take a listen now! Or, you can download some free songs (b-sides) here for “Set It Free”, or here for “Would Not Enjoy.” Right-click and ‘save as’ to keep it. [EDIT: Links removed during archival]