Wendy Rule’s debut album Zero is a visionary journey into the world of light and shadow. Dreamy, percussive and lush, the listener is transported through a cinematic landscape of Myth and Magic. Each song is an exploration of Wendy’s personal journey as a practicing Pagan Witch, offering a level of depth and wisdom rarely experienced in modern music. Featuring Rachel Samuel on cello, with songs that range from the joyous heights of the title track to the soft sadness of Sirens and Frost at Midnight, Zero is a brave and beautiful offering
1. Continental Isolation
5. Child The First
9. Seline Of The Infinite Solution
10. Psyche’s Sisters
11. Falling Behind Me
13. Frost At Midnight
Press Raves for Zero:
Beat Magazine, Melbourne
If you can drag yourself away from the plethora of pop and rock bands offering their wares, and open your mind and heart to a slice of inspired beauty, Zero is waiting.
The Age newspaper, Entertainment Guide section
…music to invoke the God and Goddess by.
InPress Magazine, Melbourne
Great voice, a class local release – well worth investigating.
The Melbourne Times
…the subtle bite of Rule’s swooping, powerhouse vocal soon kicks in to devastating effect…
TV Week (National, originating in Melbourne)
Dreamy, percussive and lush, Wendy Rule’s debut album is astonishing in its ambition, and deep in its spirituality and songs.
Produced by Adam Calaitzis.
Engineered and mixed by Adam Calaitzis.
Production assistance and post-production: Anthony Horan.
Recorded and mixed at Toyland, Melbourne, March – December 1995.
Mastered by Don Bartley at Studios 301, Sydney.
Wendy Rule Vocals
Craig Patterson Keyboards and piano
Rachel Samuel Cello
Alex Pertout – percussion
Neil Osbborne – flute
Ben Rogers – guitar
Marc Tienestra – guitar
Michael Johnson – Violin
Richard Claxton – Violin
Kerri Simpson – Backing vocals
Tes McKenna – Backing vocals
Nichaud Fitzgibbon – Backing vocals
bon – Backing vocals