For those of you that I haven't already beaten to death with this fact in any/all electronic discussion threads, I make music. Mostly of the electronic variety, although I'm formally trained in a few instruments as well. But I've become fascinated with electronic production and so over the past few years I've been trying to learn how to produce. I finally feel as though I'm decent enough to start trying to play shows and such, so I figured I'd share my stuff with you guys!
Seven months ago, I asked LoveLuckLaughter to go hike some caves and waterfalls on a cold, crappy Oct weekend. Best idea I've ever had. Caught more feelings out on those strolls in the woods than any one man deserves. And I'm still falling head over heels for her crunchy, unicorn-asss every second since.
Post by cory's beard on Sept 2, 2011 17:02:58 GMT -5
The Bucket of Well is rad from start to finish. Seriously, great production! Everything meshed very well together--particularly the grainy drums and the bit-crushed bass. With that said, I think Heisenberg Says Relax may call for a clearer/deeper drum loop than what's on there. All the other elements make me want a more minimal kit.
Dr. Square sounds awesome. I wanna hear more of it.
Thanks guys! The Bucket of Well actually got it's name from a "game" we invented at Roo this year called "Chair," which is basically one person who sits in a chair and gets soaked by yesterday's leftover cooler water. Glad you guys enjoy it, I'm working on some new stuff soon.
And as far as Dr. Square, that's my band with my two best friends from my hometown. We don't get a lot of time to work on stuff together because I'm in school in Philly, but we still never "broke up" because when we get together and play shows/jam, it's a force to be reckoned with. So we still play though not extremely often, but we're trying to get some live videos together because we aren't even close to as good in the studio as we are when we're all playing together.