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Blackberry Monologues is FINISHED! 

Monday, December 10, 2018: 

 I'd just finished  post-production for "The Blackberry Monologues", 
I can officially call it a day on this and move on to the remix album
that I've been hyping up for over a year, now. 

Which I begin work on tomorrow. Yup I'm hittin' the studio finally for
the 1st time since February of this Year given that My time is now
freed up because In livestream news, My old microphone broke on Me during
My last show so, I had to get a new one and Later that night, I decided - "
No changing setlists, This show's getting' a web redemption" and thus the
upcoming livestream has been changed from "Technological Violence
Reimagined"
to the aptly named "Technological Violence Redemption" 
however I've decided to give up live streaming because it turns out that the
computer I'm currently running on just can't handle it. So No more streams
until I can afford a new laptop that can handle such a high task.

The Lights are Back! 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018: 

I know I said I'd do away with them and "Think less rock concert, more jam session" but,
that was during the warmer months and I feel it's kind of appropriate since We've now
reached the "Wizard of Death" portion of the "Reimagined" series.
In other news, "the BlackBerry Monologues" is now over halfway done  with post-production,
and  it has a release date. February 13, 2019 with the 1st trailer set to drop sometime this month.
Also, in "Trilogy" news, I have now merged the "Full Band Edit" and The Classic Edition.
It was a long time coming. I knew it would happen eventually.

Blackberry Monologues wraps up Production 

Wednesday, October 10, 2018: 

  I'd just finished  filming My parts for "The Blackberry Monologues", as well as recording the narration parts. 

(I might've even added a little 'bonus feature') 

Anyways, This little documentary of Mine moves onto post-production.

Still no release date as of yet but, I'm predicting that it might takes Me up to

2 months to finish editing so, December? Maybe? In time, We'll see.

Then  I can officially call it a day on this and move on 

to this remix album You've all been hearing so much about.

Blackberry Monologues moves onto Production 

Wednesday, September 12, 2018: 


I've just recently finished up pre-production 
on My documentary "The Blackberry Monologues", 
So now I hit the studio for voice-over work 
and begin filming My parts to be added in later during editing. 
I wrote the script in March and finished in May 
where I began pre-production. Editing in the subtitles for the 
actual "monologuing" parts of "The Blackberry Monologues". 
which took Me from May until late August to complete. 
The livestreams and IRL stuff outside of My music also 
played a pretty big part in that as I'm separating My time 
between the shows and the making of this documentary. 
(Plus I'd really like to get to this remix album pretty soon.)

I'd also like to mention that so far, I think these are some of the best
livestreams since each respective  albums initial run but, We'll have
to wait until the "Judgment Years" portion of the "Reimagined" series
to see if such a statement can live up to that claim.

UStream No Longer Exists 

 

Friday, August 10, 2018:

You might've noticed the "Shows" page 
on this site looking a little different. Well, 
There's a reason for that. IBM Cloud Video 
(formerly Ustream) has discontinued free 
accounts, so basically, if I wanted to use it 
(after August 1st, anyway), I'd have to pay. 
And that shit ain't cheap. So, as expected, 
They basically deleted My account. And 
with that, no more embedded video or chat 
like You used to see on the "Shows" page 
where You could go and watch My shows 
and chat for free if You liked. 
(Not that too many people were doing that, anyway)

This Makes My upcoming show 
"The Happening Reimagined" the 
1st to be featured on stream.me 
as well as Mixer and Twitch. 
3 sites predominately known for 
gaming, despite the latter having 
quite the abundant music community 
that seems almost lacking in the other 2.

I'm finished with the script for My documentary 
"The Blackberry Monologues" and it's currently 
in production. I've yet to begin filming, or recording 
any voice over work. As of right now, I'm only 
working on subtitles for each part that requires it. 
No release date is guaranteed yet, for all know it 
could come out summer of next year. There's also 
the matter of "The Remix Trilogy" to take into 
account, as well.

In spite of all that, I'm happy to say that today 
marks the 5th anniversary of My 1st ever 
music video "Wizard of Death". Looking back 
on it now, I realize that while "Mutant Melvin" 
says that it's a 90's fighting game, the video 
itself suggest that it might be some kind of 
robot slasher film with the only character to 
possibly give "Big Blue" a run for His money 
being Froggit during the song's climax/outro.

No Guarantee on New Documentary 

Wednesday, July 18, 2018: 
After the livestream, I plan to work on  
"The Blackberry Monologues". 
Between the "Reimagined" series of livestreams  
and the summer heat, this is taking longer  
than I expected, so there's no guarantee  
when it will be finished. 
What I /do know is that after I get done with that, 
I wanna begin work on the triple remix album 
which I feel will be quite interesting to play live. 
With Ustream getting rid of it's free users next month, 
Twitch will be new My front runner streaming site 
meaning all 3 sites I now use (stream.me included) 
are known predominately for gaming and  
not much for music, but I'm hoping 
to maybe change that somehow.

Livestreams - How They Should've Been 

Friday, May 11, 2018: 
I'm halfway done with writing  
the script for "The Blackberry Monologues" 
which was slated for an early July release, 
but might come out in August or September 
depending on how it takes to finish. 

I've got another livestream coming up 
on the 16th called "Nite Trax and Thrill" 
(a follow-up to April's "Nite Trax & Chill") 
and speaking of livestreams, The idea of 
"Livestreams Revisited" has been changed 
to "Livestreams Reimagined"! and this time 
They're done the way they *should've* been.

Think Less Rock Concert, More Jam Session 

Friday, April 13, 2018: 


The day has come. My new double 
covers album "Nite Trax: vol. 1 & II" 
is out now, and can listen to it here
https://soundcloud.com/bill-ulsh/sets/nite-trax-vol-1

and here 
https://soundcloud.com/bill-ulsh/sets/nite-trax-vol-ii 

As far as the livestream is concerned, 
I decided to do away with the lights and 
fog machine (save those for the music videos) 
and think of this less like a rock concert 
and more like a jam session.  
Not pretend it's something more  
than what it really is. 

I've also decided to redo "Livestreams Revisited" 
and included a few extra from the "Judgment Years" era. 
Who knows, I might even streams My practice sessions on 
the game "Synthesia" and Show you guys How I learn songs. 

Meanwhile, I'm still working on  
"The Blackberry Monologues" 
on the side, but I'm not sure 
when that will be finished.

Time for a little Nite Trax and Chill 

Friday, March 16, 2018:

The 1st single "Mr. Self Destruct" 
from My up coming covers e.p. 
"Nite Trax Vol.II" is out Now 
and You can listen to it here: 
https://soundcloud.com/bill-ulsh/mr-self-destruct-nin-cover 

I've always compared to "Master of Puppets" for some reason. 

Nite Trax Vol. 1 & II 
is set for release April 13, 2018 
That's right - Friday the 13th 

My next live stream in support of that 
also now has a name: "Nite Trax and Chill" 
and now I move onto My upcoming documentary 
"The Blackberry Monologues" 
so, if You don't mind, I got a script to write.

What's Left on the Itinerary? 

Tuesday, October 10, 2017: 
I'm 3/4 of the way done with stuff from "Wizard of Death" 
and already 1/3 into the stuff I wanna do from 
"Judgment Years". I'm still excited for "The Classic Edition" 
despite the limited number of songs. This is because of that 
playing style's one and only major drawback: You can really 
only do so much with playing bass and rhythm at the same time. 
While intriguing, it limits what songs can faithfully 
be recreated in such a way. However it's still interesting 
to hear the songs that can be done, played this way. 
Now You're probably asking "What about 'Nite Trax: Vol. II' 
or 'Blackberry Monologues'?" Those are still gonna happen 
at some point. I already have a track listing for "Nite Trax II" 
The only thing I can tell about that is that it feels like 
a continuation of Vol.1 while also being it's own stand-alone E.P.