Paisley Babylon CDs will be among the featured items on the Turntabling.net booth at the November 14th Zombie Outbreak Film Festival held at Chicago’s Portage Theater. There will be some promotional compilation CDs given away at the festival featuring Paisley Babylon as well, so don’t miss the PB freebies. That’s Saturday November 14th at the Portage starting at 4PM–don’t miss it! The festival is full of undead goodness, a slew of great indie horror films plus the all-time classic Return of the Living Dead.
Paisley Babylon’s activity in 2009 included scoring the Wildclaw Theatre trailer for The Revenants. If you missed the Chicago-based Wildclaw Theatre production of Scott T. Barsotti’s play, you’ll have to settle for viewing the trailer, but word has it this has caught on and is in production in other cities and may be playing near you sooner than you think. Paisley Babylon is definitely interested in doing more trailers and other film work–The Revenants wasn’t the first, and certainly won’t be the last!
Contact Paisley Babylon at firstname.lastname@example.org for booking or to discuss your own film soundtrack needs.
This site has been very quiet since it hit the web nearly a year ago. That’s coming to an end as Paisley Babylon has been ramped up after a long period of dormancy. Coming to this space—lots of Paisley Babylon-related material. We’d say stay tuned, but that’s been said here for a year or more…now we’re up and running.
Paisley Babylon’s Midnight Hallucinations is a trippy journey through the dark underbrush of the subconscious. Founding member Joe Wallace says the new CD is full of strange vibrations–the sort of feelings you get in fever dreams and chemically altered states of mind.
Paisley Babylon has been compared to Aphex Twin, Funky Porcini, Eno, Coil and Cluster. Midnight Hallucinations isn’t quite like any of it, but occupies what Wallace calls “the same musical zip code.”
Paisley Babylon is known for it’s trippy, mindbending sound–especially live. What could be initially mistaken for sinister elevator music mutates into unusua frequencies that are actually danceable without losing their ether-like effect. Hunter Thompson would likely ask whether Midnight Hallucinations could be bottled, poured into a rag and inhaled before venturing into a Vegas casino in search of the American Dream.
You’ll have dreams allright, but chances are they’ll be full of lysergic, out-of-body isolation tank floating.