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2007
"New Years Resolution

I'm going indie. After 10 years of being a part of the major label system I've decided that my next record is going to be released independently.

I've met with a couple of major labels and although I've been really flattered by their interest - the idea of doing this on my own terms is really appealing to me.

I feel lucky that the commercial success of my past has allowed me the financial freedom to record my new record independently. It makes artistic sense for me to retain the creative freedom and control I've enjoyed recently and continue forging ahead on my own terms.

My new double record will be released worldwide on my own label Powdered Sugar in August 2007.

It feels so good to be able to finally say that! xD"


Source: www.darrenhayes.com
Wednesday, January 03, 2007


January:
Darren is mixing his record London with mixer/producer Ash Howes.
"Ash has been involved in some pretty amazing pop records such as the Kylie Minogue album 'Fever' and the soundtrack to the Baz Luhrmann film Moulin Rouge. Recently he did some production and mix of the gorgeous Nelly Furtado song 'All good things'.

They will be working for 6 weeks straight on the 25 songs in a West London studio."


Read Darrens original message on his MySpace blog >


Darren reveals the album title in a press release 2007-01-29.

"..."His upcoming album ‘This Delicate Thing We’ve Made’ is an ambitious and cinematic opus. Featuring 25 bold and wildly extravagant pop songs that are already being compared in scope to the work of heroes Kate Bush and David Bowie. And perhaps most fascinatingly, was recorded with a strict commitment to a particular piece of technology as muse and inspiration a vintage 1983 Fairlight CMI Synthesizer, a clunky synth relic that he scored off EBay. The same model that was at the heart of Kate Bush’s pivotal recording ‘The Hounds of Love’ "

Read the Press Release on darrenhayes.com >


Added 06 Feb 2007
by nilam

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