It has been an epic experience. I’m so excited about it. There will be more about the whole experience to come, but for now I just want to share some beautiful photos, videos and reviews.
Yay, yay, yay, reviews? Thank you so much for listening and writing John Noyd, Simon Smith and Ken Scrudato.
John Noyd from Maximum Ink wrote our first fantastic full album review I feel like he totally got it, “A daring, darling musical revue featuring punk-goth operas topped in macabre cabaret arias barging into off-Broadway ballads, “Glimmer,” dazzles in rapid costume changes applied with stylized guile. Sprung from the collective consciousness of KT Niehoff and Ivory Gray-Smith, Eat The Apple’s soundtrack to their unpredictably original 2010 project is stunning fun-house philosophy sporting dark carnal happiness from smart melodramatic radicals.”
Simon Smith from Higher Plain Music also reviewed the video, “Whilst I could reference several things in the post to Kate Bush, I’d rather focus on one of the most unique and hauntingly inquisitive tracks I’ve heard in 2016. “Houdini” is the lead track from Eat the Apple’s latest release. Eat the Apple are duo KT and Ivory. KT created a dance theatre glam rock show called “A Glimmer of Hope or Skin or Light” which had sold out runs in 2010 and 2015. Joining with Ivory around the same time, the two have worked on creating a soundtrack from that show and this is the result.
The video for “Houdini” is visually striking and moves across various experimental art pieces and I’m genuinely excited to hear the soundtrack in full.”