At the beginning of the month we revealed the tracklists for the upcoming Gosney albums/singles. We assume you're all excited about them. So much, in fact, you've all been unable to leave a comment expressing your joy, due to this high level of excitement... (seriously though, you guys should comment on our blog more often).
The final 4 chapters of Forbes' story, "Angels & Demons - Rebellious Nature" were released.
Gosney's "Free for a Fee" single (from the album, "The Brother of Hell") was released on the 13th (you'll see a pattern with the release dates...), concluding the number of singles from that album, making way for the next one in October.
Forbes introduced a concept called "Duckwars", which is an interesting take on a "Planet of the Apes"-style scenario. Rather amusing, if you ask me.
During all of this, Forbes filled us in a bit on a story he is currently writing (possibly wrapping up as I type this blog). He also revealed some plans we have in mind for the rest of the year.
I released for the first time ever, the full movie-length video for the "Expressions Talent Scan 1998", which is the only live performance of my old band, Supertrip, to be caught on video. It also includes other performers.
The website had a page of memes added, where we upload memes that were created by us and no-one else. There's only a few there at the moment, but give it time.
A second blog page for Forbes was added to the website for the sake of avoiding confusion over who's posting messages. It is now easier to see whose work you are looking at.
In one of his first blog entries on the new page, Forbes expressed his opinion on Scotland's attempt at independence.
He also blogged about being blissful at your job ("Workgasm"), and went on to talk about U2's recent marketing methods.
Forbes' politics-related blog posts continued up until just after NZ's election day, which was on the 20th. The finale of his political posts, named "Aftermath", gave us a detailed look at how things work and what actually happened during this election, briefly mentioning where he stood on the matter.
My blog on the topic, however, leaned more towards my personal opinion rather than the overall operations of politics itself. While being a very serious blog topic, I did my best to insert a taste of comedy in there to lighten the mood a little.
Towards the end of the month, Forbes gave us some insight on the backstory of Gosney. Particularly the original ideas behind albums and songs he wrote.
Finally, Forbes wrote a blog about being a pirate. Have a read. It's lovely.
That's how September rolled out for us here at SDP. We'll do this again in a month's time! Here's to an eventful October.