Coming Soon – The HOA, a novel Are you tired of the same old drama that can come with being part of a Homeowner’s Association? Well, have we got the book for you! Introducing, The HOA! A satirical novel about living in a fictional homeowner’s association. That could be YOUR homeowner’s association. This book is the perfect combination of humor, satire, and over-the-top stories about improbable people that will make you chuckle, while offering insight
The HOA – A Novel The HOA – A Novel coming soon… What do you find when you look under the paper-thin veneer of an upscale Homeowner’s Association? Behind the mandated white-only window treatments, the always-closed garage doors, and in select areas, well maintained landscaping, you will find an array of eccentric homeowners, many of them trying to subvert and take control of the HOA. The HOA is the debut novel from David B. Roundsley.
Munich Syndrome is now back on Spotify Munich Syndrome is now back on Spotify! We are working to get our complete discography uploaded. Everything from our debut, the Electro EP, from 2002, on thru 2006’sSensual Ambience, 2008’s Electro Pop, 2010’s Electronic Ecstasy, 2012’s Robotika (Expanded) and 2013’s Robotika (A Different Drum VIP release), 2016’s Atmospherics 1: Urbania, and 2016’s The World of Tomorrow, 2018’s mega Electro Pop 2, which has now been broken up into
Sensual West End Girls Ambience – Exclusively via our BandCamp Page! At the end of last year we did an electro pop remix of one of our earlier songs, “Sensual Ambience”, which was included on our 12th album, “Atmospherics 2: Chill” released in November. While listening to the song during the mixing/remixing process, it occurred to us that the Pet Shop Boys song, “West End Girls” would fit quite nicely with this track. Once the
Munich Syndrome: 2 Whom It May Concern, the first release from the Nineteen Eighty Something project The first song from Munich Syndrome’s Nineteen Eighty Something project: 2 Who It May Concern, an extended mix, radio edit,fourth generation Demo, the Sax Version from Sensual Ambience, and the more electronic 2 Whom, form Electronic Ecstasy. One of the very first complete songs I ever wrote back in the eighties. using the original arrangements and some elements from