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Releases available on LaLa

Posted on 02 July 2009 by Kheperi Global Media

KGM now has some of it’s albums available on lala.

Divine Reich’s An American Tragedy and Royal Dead’s Enough Noise to Wake the Dead are both now on lala in additional to other online retail locations.

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We’re moving!

Posted on 23 February 2008 by D' MacKinnon

We’re moving!
After March 1st, 2008 KGM will primarily be located out of New York City. We still love Denver and are keeping our Colorado address for the time being but we’ll soon be moving the majority of our operations to New York.
For those of you who shop at Interpunk, Royal Dead’s Enough Noise to Wake the Dead is now available there as well as everywhere it was before.

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Wake the Dead

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Wake the Dead

Posted on 22 December 2007 by D' MacKinnon

Royal Dead’s new Album, Enough Noise to Wake the Dead is now available! Their music is similar to bands such as Nekromantix and The Koffin Kats. I did not contribute any writing to this but produced and mixed the album.
Royal Dead, Enough Noise to Wake the Dead
Royal Dead: Enough Noise to Wake the Dead

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Enough Noise to Wake the Dead

Posted on 14 December 2007 by Kheperi Global Media

Royal Dead’s new album, Enough Noise to Wake the Dead, is now available! D’ mixed and produced this album. You can purchase it from the KGM shop.

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Royal Dead CD release

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Royal Dead CD release

Posted on 11 December 2007 by D' MacKinnon

This Friday I’ll be at the Royal Dead CD release party in Denver. Come on down and say hi.
Enough Noise to wake the Dead CD release

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An American Tragedy

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An American Tragedy

Posted on 06 December 2007 by D' MacKinnon

My latest work, Divine Reich: An American Tragedy, is now available for purchase.
It’s a mixture of sunset strip sleaze and hard-edged glitch. Aggressive rock with an electro-glam beat.
Go forth and pick it up today!

Divine Reich: An American Tragedy

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An American Tragedy released

Posted on 09 November 2007 by Kheperi Global Media

D’s new work, Divine Reich’s An American Tragedy has been released! You can purchase it from the KGM shop.

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And we’re off

Posted on 18 July 2007 by D' MacKinnon

The past year’s worth of music writing goes off to the pressing plant tomorrow.
Divine Reich’s An American Tragedy.
This album features….
13 songs.
40+ different guitar tones.
99.999999999999% analog synths.
1 Linn LM-1 on 3 tracks.
ZERO vocal pitch correction.
Recorded entirely in my home studio.
One song that is a reinterpretation of a song I originally recorded with the first band Kristian and I were in together. It’s very different from the original.
Lyrical content that’s incendiary, meaningful, relatable. Some of it will piss people off.
Lots of experimentation in performance and recording techniques.
One instrument that’s older than anyone in the band.
One song that contains guest contributions by Chris Randall (Sister Machine Gun/Micronaut) and Eddie Suicide (Royal Dead).
The last song recorded was done in an unsual way to increase the isolation implied by the lyrics (You’ll have to ask [K] about it).
All music written by me.
Did I mention this album is guitar heavy? And very glitchy.
One thing we’ve been told from people who’ve heard it is “It’s not easy classified in a genre, there’s nothing out there right now like it”. This is definitely a ROCK album with influences from anything from glitch, sunset strip rock, 1980’s Prince, drum n bass, electroclash to 1970’s David Bowie.
I’m excited and a bit nervous. It’s been awhile since music of my own has been released to the public…let’s review some history.
2003 Deviant’s debut release Absenta, some compilation CD appearances
2004 One promotional release by Deviant and some remix work. Had some music appear in film and tv. Deviant broken up, Divine Reich forms in it’s first incarnation and garners attention from labels. Breaks up. I spend a lot of time drinking and hating music.
2005 – 2006 Deviant reforms, spent a year writing and recording a Deviant album that got scrapped. One Deviant track surfaced to appear on compilation stuff. Worked on Royal Dead’s 1st EP. Band that I worked on since 2002 broke up.
2006 – 2007 Divine Reich reformed. Producing Royal Dead’s full length album and writing/producing Divine Reich’s full length. Formed a record label with my wife/manager/partner Jolene.
I’m sure a lot of people will love it. I’m sure some people will hate it. I’m sure I’ll get some hate mail. But art isn’t safe, art is dangerous.
It’s been a long road but this album is truely an effort that I’m proud to have worked on.

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Arcadia CD single released

Posted on 26 June 2007 by Kheperi Global Media

A limited CD single Arcadia has been officially released featuring tracks off the upcoming album Divine Reich album An American Tragedy as well as remixes and a cover of a Prince song exclusive to this release. Pressing has been limited to 100 copies.

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Radio appearance, Friday Sept 1

Posted on 30 August 2006 by D' MacKinnon

On Friday September 1, Jolene Shook and myself will be guests on KVCU radio 1190’s weekly goth/industrial show, Remission, from 9PM -11PM Mountain Standard Time. We’ll be talking about the launch of our record label, our favorite bands off of MySpace and the state of the music industry. We’ll be playing a couple of cuts from artists on our label and also songs we’ve discovered while on MySpace.
If you have questions for us, feel free to call the station during the show and we’ll answer them on air, 303-492-1190.
For those outside of the Denver-metro area, you can listen to the show via the live internet stream located at www.radio1190.org. I hope you tune in on Friday!

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