May 21, 2011. Leroy
Brisk's “Pull My Strings” Remix of Depeche Mode's Behind the Wheel can be found on
track 2 of a Depeche Mode unofficial bootleg compilation CD titled Karma .
May 22, 2010. Leroy
Brisk has published music videos for “Wattamolla Water” and “ocean around the shore”
November 27, 2009.
Leroy Brisk has published the music video for “Pink”.
October 1, 2009. Leroy
Brisk has published the music video for “Five Laps”.
July 24, 2009. The
music video for the Leroy Brisk Pull My Strings remix of Depeche Mode's Behind the Wheel has been uploaded to YouTube.
June 20, 2009. Fresh with
new hardware and software at hand, Leroy has been working on new material for an upcoming album
but has been spending most of his time working on remixes of Depeche Mode and others. In other
news, Parhealica, Leroy's muse through all these years, appears to have faded away. Leroy is
currently accepting applications for a new muse.
November 25, 2008.
Leroy Brisk has created a YouTube channel.
2008. Thirteen months after listening to a rough cut of WindChill and removing a 6-minute
track then declaring the album to be “not ready”, Leroy Brisk has released his third
album. The 66-minute album's 10 tracks hit the lighter side of chill music. Two tracks,
“Subtle Drums” and “Pink” were added in just the last few months of
production to fill the gap left after removing a track that just didn't fit with the theme and
flow of the album. To complete the three-album arc started over four years ago,
“WindChill” ends with a remix of “Hyde Park”, the first track from
August 18, 2007. The
release of Leroy Brisk's third album, “WindChill” has been moved to at least
February 11, 2007. Leroy
Brisk's next album will be titled “WindChill” and is planned for a late-summer
2006. Fifteen months in the making, “Afterwords” is complete and in
limited distribution throughout the United States, Australia and Iceland. The 20 tracks run the
gamut from techno dance to experimental to drum&bass to chill to funk to hip-hop and back to
techno. Initial reviews include “Sounds excellent”, “ill!”,
and “fantastica album !!!!!”.
March 6, 2006.
“Afterwords” is in the final stages of production and will be released within
the next few weeks. Leroy has already started working on his third album, tentatively titled
September 25, 2005. After
the failure of the web server, this website has been moved to another server at a different
location. This web site will return to the previous, higher-speed host, at a future date. In
other news, the release of “Afterwords” has been moved to December
March 11, 2005. The first
rough-cut CD is made of Leroy Brisk's up-coming album “Afterwords”. The 19
tracks consist mostly of incomplete songs and was made mostly to work out the song order and for
a select few to listen to and critique. The album is scheduled for release in July 2005.
January 6, 2005. Initial
reviews for “BONK” are coming in and all are very favorable.
2004. “BONK”, the long-awaited first album from Leroy Brisk is
currently in limited release in Australia, Iceland and the United States. The cover art is
causing a bit of a stir and is being labeled as “too pornographic” in the U.S. so a
new one may need to be made.
Leroy Brisk is a long-time listener and proud supporter of SomaFM