Friday, August 8, 2008

Audio interview from UK shortly

PR and the digital release

Here is a bit of news for you... brought to you by

The UK's "Get Ready To Rock" music website will be streaming their brand NEW audio interview with Todd Rundgren this Sunday at the following times (UK time) – 15.00-17.00/repeated 22.00-00.00. It'll then be archived and as a text feature on the website -

Planet Rock radio in the UK received incredible feedback from their 20-minute interview with Todd on Tuesday. DJ Nicky Horne played the tracks "Strike" and "Gun". The interview was also repeated on the station last night.

In regard to the digital release. It will be soon...before the hard release...promise

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Obscure Video: NUtopia - Theology (1992)

NUtopia - Theology (1992)
NUtopia Digital Design (Rundgren/Krueger/Myers) presented this 3D animated short at Siggraph 1992 to an audience of over 1000 guests,

Obsucre video: NUtopia - Our Friend the Brain (1991)

NUtopia - Our Friend the Brain (1991)
This was the first demo reel of NUtopia Digital Design (Rundgren/Krueger/Myers), showcasing past and present works in a whacky context involving a comedian and Todd's wife, Michele Rundgren.

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Video Classic: Sunset Blvd / International Feel Rockpalast


REVIEW: First review BORGATA ATLANTIC CITY NEW JERSEY 8/2/08 by leebster97

I'm speechless. I'm literally without speech. The concert last night at the Borgata had to be one of the top 5 concerts we've seen, and probably number 1 in terms of proficiency and energy. There were no mistakes made by anyone, especially Todd. We have come to accept that and enjoy that, but this was Todd on a mission. Although the opening songs were very good, I found myself waiting for the new material, and when those songs came, they were spectacular. It wasn't loud, it was a freight train. It grabbed you and threw you across the room. The Music Box holds 850 people, and I guess there were little more then 500 there due to lack of advertising and the tickets didn't go on sale until two weeks before. But the faithful where there anyway. The sound system was excellent. I have to say that none of the live recordings of this show to date do these songs justice. It was just awesome. Todd did not break any strings the entire night but Jesse did toward the
end. The rhythm section of Prairie, Rachel and Matt allowed Todd and Jesse to cruise and jam on their guitars. Todd's voice was pretty good considering. The song "Today" was incredible and I haven't stopped singing "Mountain Top" in my head all night. We were fist pumping to "Strike" like we've known the song for years. I cannot wait for the studio versions of these songs. And the kicker was "Just One Victory" as the last encore where Todd hit every note dead on. The power and force behind this band is something you just have to experience to believe. I know I am not saying anything that the previous reviewers have already stated, but this was an incredible show. It was also great to once again be among Todd fans. Again, I'm speechless. - lee