The Dark Tower – Movie Trailer

“I do not aim with my hand; he who aims with his hand has forgotten the face of his father. I aim with my eye.
“I do not shoot with my hand; he who shoots with his hand has forgotten the face of his father. I shoot with my mind.
“I do not kill with my gun; he who kills with his gun has forgotten the face of his father. I kill with my heart.”

Finally, after months of speculation and worry from the community, the first trailer for the movie adaptation of The Dark Tower dropped.

Here it is, in all of it’s glory

As you are probably aware, I started a “Music Interpretation” of the entire series with the first release titled “Gunslinger – A Journey to the Dark Tower in Music: Volume 1

So you’ve waited months for the trailer to drop.  Now you’ve got a couple more months before the movie hits the theatres… So, need to maintain your Dark Tower fix while you wait? Well then, be sure to check out my first Dark Tower inspired album Gunslinger!

It’s available at all of these locations

Amazon MP3Apple iTunes/Music – Bandcamp – CDBaby – Google Play – Groove Napster (Rhapsody)SpotifyTidal

But I’ve embedded the location to Bandcamp below with the play list.

Thankee Sai!

– Keith


Announcing VR:1

You may remember this post from a few short months ago where I announced a collaboration project with my good friend and fellow SharePoint/Musician Geoff Varosky that we are calling “VR”.

Well, today I’m very happy and proud to announce to you the fruits of our collaboration in the form of our debut album VR:1.

This debut album constitutes the collective energy we both share in regards to ambient and electronic music, and is an absolute pleasure to work on.

Please give it a listen through and let us know your thoughts!

– Keith and Geoff


Introducing the Code Elektro ‘Wolf’ Podcast Series


“… It’s important for me that this story is being told.”

Vehlinggo is proud to present something new to the blog: A podcast featuring an artist discussing one of their albums in-depth. For this and the next several weeks, the blog will feature Code Elektro (AKA Martin Ahm) discussing each of the 11 cuts on Wolf, his most recent album and one that has earned him global accolades and a legion of fans.

4 VINYL_CodeElektro_WOLF_FRONT Art by Kilian Eng and Niclas Mortensen.

The Denmark-based Ahm’s talented work comprises some of the most compelling, well-performed, and well-arranged instrumental synth albums out there — pairing his own intuition with inspiration from the likes of Vangelis, Daft Punk, and John Carpenter. He got our attention in 2015 with Superstrings before unleashing Wolf last year.

Going forward, Code Elektro’s slated to feature on Lakeshore Records’ The Rise of the Synths companion album alongside the likes of Giorgio Moroder, Com…

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