Waykup's Album Mantras Lands on the Indie Rock Scene in Time for Halloween

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Waykup, a musical creation by David Marulli, has released it's Mantras album which is now available on iTunes. The album is a careful selection of original songs recorded in Vermont between November 2003 and June 2008.

Waykup's album "Mantras" starts off with the song, "Dragon" which sets the tone of album. "Mantras" reveals front man David Marulli's point of view on aliens, the paranormal, politics and the evolving human consciousness. In addition to seeing auras and channeling information from higher planes of reality, Marulli claims to have real interactions with alien beings who "embed their energies" in his music.

Waykup's songs challenge the listener to contemplate the boundaries of their own reality and to be more aware of what's really going on behind the scenes on a global political basis. This is evident in Waykup's most popular song "Right to Be Alive". The album does take a light turn with "One 4 Me", a sexy ballad about finding true love. Mantras is the first of 4 albums to be released from Waykup over the next 12 months. "Can Care" & "Routine" were recorded between 2003 & 2004 at Cosmic Hill Studios in Moretown VT with Peter Avedisian. "Dragon" & "One 4 Me" were recorded in 2008 at Dash Studios in Jeffersonville VT with the help of Rich Ray.

The rest of the songs on the album were written, recorded and performed by David Marulli using Cakewalk Sonar 4 Producer Edition software, M-Audio sound cards, Sure microphones, Korg Triton LE keyboard and most importantly the Roland MC 909. David Marulli currently resides with his wife in West Palm Beach, Florida where he is recording Waykup music videos and writing new material for Waykup to take to the Downtown West Palm Beach scene in fall of 2010.


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