Misadventures of the Dancing Bug
Blue Shivers is the latest brainchild to come from musical impressario Al Reyes in Miami,Florida, the USA, who previously had international success with THE SHEIK AL BELI MOVEMENT and THE TAD SHARPE TRIO, now brings his latest sonic assault on the globe thru MISADVENTURES OF THE DANCING BUG under the 'group' Blue Shivers... previously heard to acclaim in the UK, Germany, Australis and France, the sonic blasts fired from the studio walls in Miami have only begun to take on a planet's musical culture. This highly eclectic and original masterpiece includes FOURTEEN (14) new marvels of technology that cannot equalled anywhere. With a playground of 200 gigabytes of assorted samples, plus guitars, more synths and drum machines and amazing vocal interpretations, Blue Shivers attains new levels of sonic mayhem and will move your day to a new level of life, experience and overall appreciation for all sounds that exist outside of the average human experience and lifetime. Each song on MISADVENTURES OF THE DANCING BUG is a unique visage and sonic picture that will paint metaphysical images and mental kaleidoscopes within the listeners mind and engrave new scratches within the recesses of the cerebellum. Al Reyes, aka 'TAD SHARPE', 'REV WILBERT T SLIMM', and occasionally also as rapper MISTAH Qbiz2, is a 27,832 year old kindred spirit living in the body of a 40+ year old permanent victim of planet earth and bombarded from childhood by strange noises and images that led an innocent child to commit sonic mayhem..... after years of playing with and playing (BOTH) a geetar he started also playing and collecting keyboards, including a korg ms10, a kawaii k1 & k4r, yamaha psr320 & dx100, and a korg prophecy lead synth, plus beat boxes from yamaha rs30 and a Korg Electribe. Blue Shivers's MISADVENTURES OF THE DANCING BUG also includes samples from Sony's large collection, in this case the HORNCRAFT by macmoney served as a great source for inspiration as did the huge collection of samples put out monthly by Computer Music and Future Music magazines that each month put out thousands of free samples.