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Sunday, March 22, 2015

They Call Me Superseven!

They Call Me Superseven (IMDB) is a feature length movie cut from the first 2 seasons of The Adventures Of Superseven, the hit multi-award winning Youtube web series (Trailer here). The Jimmy C's music in in it. And I made a bunch of posters and lobby cards for it. Here's some pictures! Lots and lots after the jump. More about Superseven: WEB, YOUTUBE, IMDB, Original soundtracks: Call Me Greenhorn, The Jimmy C #1, The Jimmy C #2.

Orbital Debris now on iTunes!

Head on over to iTunes to buy a download of Orbital Debris by The Jimmy C through Foghorn Media.

Monday, June 2, 2014

The Adventures Of Superseven E.P. on iTunes!

Foghorn Media presents The Jimmy C - The Adventures Of Superseven Original Web Series Soundtrack E.P!

Now available on iTunes and Bigpond Music: A seven track E.P. of songs selected from the multi-award winning U.S. web series "The Adventures Of Superseven", composed and performed by Australian multi-instrumentalist Jamie Coghill AKA: The Jimmy C.

Out now!

Monday, January 20, 2014

Art, Music & The Adventures Of Superseven!

I'm very lucky to be involved with the fabulous "Adventures Of Superseven" web series. I spent the bulk of my spare time last year making music for the show and very close to the end of 2013 I put it all together and released The Jimmy C's "The Adventures Of Superseven" Original Web Series Soundtrack. You can hear and buy it exclusively at Bandcamp (

The inspiring visuals and sounds of the show worked their magic and I made some fun poster art! And here it be:

Monday, October 28, 2013

FREE MUSIC FOR ANYBODY WHO EVEN CARES A LITTLE BIT ABOUT MUSIC, and for anyone who can be bothered to click on it.

Making music free is definitely adding to the current problem of art (music/literature/illustration/etc) seemingly having absolutely no value. People don't want to pay for the hard work people put in to doing something they're good at (and often enjoy doing). Art is an abstract or intangible product. Buy a donut and you get a donut. Buy an album and what do you get? Something to listen to a few times and hope you still like it (or own it) in a couple of years? If it's a digital download it's not even something you can hold in your hands. It exists only as a small amount of memory allocation on a drive somewhere. Or worse, a scratched old CD-R on the floor of your car.

It takes a lot of effort to write an article or design a poster or write and record a song. Hard work. Like the hard work people get paid to do in a 9-5 job. I love making music. I love the feeling I get when I copy a finished wav file to a disc or flash drive and take it somewhere to listen to it. But making music is hard work - even if it is done by an "artist".