The first episode of this world-changing podcast is here! Listen in as Collin Wightman of The Municipal Band speaks about about creative drive, collaborating versus recording solo, and the difference between paying tribute to and ripping off your influences.
Go to the podcast page to download or listen!
Something new and exciting is coming to the KilroySphere! It's Kilroy's Fancy Dress Podcast for Independent Artists!
Hosted by Kilroy (me) and occasional co-host Cab, this podcast will explore the creative process with musicians that write, record, perform, and promote their work independently.
Tales of tears and triumph, witty banter, and archetypal outfits of high fashion are just a few of things you’ll get when you listen to Kilroy's Fancy Dress Podcast for Independent Artists!
The premier episode, featuring an in-depth interview with Collin Wightman of The Municipal Band, will be available for download at this site this week.
Kilroy's site in the midst of a small shake-up. Now that No Regrets on Mars has been downloaded by legions of intergalactic fans (and even a few here on earth), the site is undergoing a thematic shift from the No Regrets visual palate to something exciting and different. Graphic artist Kristen Miles Phillips is heading up the movement.
This also means that No Regrets on Mars will soon no longer be available as a free download. We must look toward the future! So download it if you have not already, for in a week or two, it will only be available for purchase.
Because No Regrets on Mars is now fully released, Kilroy has once again boarded his intergalactic cruising vessel and left our solar system. Don't worry - all of the tracks are still available on this website, and the Kilroy Mega Store remains open for business.
Kilroy has plans to visit our realm in the near future, and impart of more sonic pleasures.
Check the this blog for updates on the progress of Kilroy's journey.
Thank you for supporting Kilroy's quest for Galactic Peace Through Music!
Watch this special revue and find out who won Kilroy's haiku contest. With surprise guest DJ Biddy!
Collin Wightman of The Municipal Band has created an exciting new remix of Breaking Up the Domicile! Search this website for the secret access below. Click on it, and you’ll be able to listen to and download the remix for FREE!
Collin's latest recording project is The Municipal Band. He is the sole member, though he shares the love liberally, employing plenty of guest stars. The Municipal Band has produced two releases, with a new EP and a live show currently in the works.
I strongly beseech you to experience the entirety of Wightwash and Aligned by purchasing them at The Municipal Band's Bandcamp page.
Treat your eyeballs to Kilroy’s new music video, “Big Fat Nothing” The only rap video featuring fierce dancing from screen legend Ann-Margret and football icon Joe Namath!
That's right - a raucous remix of The Dysfunction Squad by Boston rocker "Justified" Jim Dillon is now hiding somewhere on this website. All you need to do is find the remix’s secret access symbol and click on it to download the remix for free!
Jim has been a staple of the Boston rock scene for years. He is also an accomplished audio engineer (he mastered a good chunk of No Regrets on Mars) and composes royalty-free stock music under the pseudonym CAxN. His take on The Dysfunction Squad is lively, driving, and one-of-a-kind.