New Gods Part 2 Co-Writer Peter Rand

This is the face of a man who has collaborated in over 800 songs, Peter Rand.

Peter Rand is the co-writer of my latest release New Gods Part 2. He is also a two time offender on the podcast, first appearing in episode 177.

Hear New Gods Part 2

Peter is a member of the collaboration platform Kompoz having contributed over 800 tracks. When I signed up for Kompoz last year, his track New Gods was among the first I heard. At that time it was keyboards only. I contributed a drum track via Kompoz and eventually asked Peter if we could create a private collaboration to be published by yours truly. He agreed and New Gods Part 2 was born.

In this Interview

Peter and I talk about the early stages of New Gods Part 2, the contributions made by bassist Steve Strom, guitarist/audio engineer Chris Raspante and myself, the evolution of the cover art and more. We also discuss my thoughts on releasing early demos exclusively for Robonzo Insiders.

Please enjoy my conversation with Peter Rand.

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Mentioned in this Episode

New Gods Part 2, Written by Robonzo & Peter Rand

The Ancient of Days is a design by William Blake

Artists Supporting Artists, Spotify playlist by JJ Lovegrove

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A Musician with Over 800 Tracks on Kompoz–Peter Rand (Ep 177)

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