As we said before, Dave Dean has been working on his new album “Summer Traps” and is set to release very soon. We here at Bizarre Beyond Belief are aiding as much as we can in this project in regards to the album’s visuals and being a platform to help release it to the public. In other words, as promised, here’s a new fantastic ballad coming from the new album Sumer Traps with the song having the same name. Lyrics to accompany the song after the jump.
It’s been a long time it seems since we’ve posted at WW. It’s unfortunate we can’t seem to get these things weekly like we want. However, we’re always all so busy and our man Dave Dean [a.k.a Summer Traps] is working on a new album that will be well worth the wait. For this WW we’ve got a new ballad accaompnied with lyrics entitled “Old Style Test”. Photograph: James Ellis.
Just Writing My Name caught up with Berlin-based graffiti artist RAWS in his hometown. Presented by Montana, the video documents RAWS painting a burner as well as giving us a glimpse of what’s going on locally.
For this Writing Wednesday we’re changing the pace up a little bit yet again. We’ve got our main man, Dave Dean back with an excellent poem entitled “Birthmarks” and for the benefit of all your ears, he’s even added in a musical element to it. So read along and listen to the beautiful sounds of the man himself.
We’re back again with Writing Wednesday and yet again with another Dave Dean special. This beautiful short story is entitled “Everything Reminds Me Of Her”. The photograph is another beauty by Warren Haas.
Better late than never. We always do a Writing Wednesday on Wednesday but this time we’re late. However, we know you out there love some sweet words coming from the pen of Dave Dean. So here we are and he’s back with a new WW that are actually lyrics and not a short story. Regardless, it’s a beautiful read. Image: Alex Bierk.
We know it’s a been a few weeks without a Writing Wednesday but we’ve all been busy doing a variety of things. But alas we’re back. Dave Dean has come back with a new (longer) short-story entitled “Milk Face”. Photograph: Warren Haas.