Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Range Teens/Two Songs+Video

Well here goes. Even though 113 is much more instrumentally based (more experimental by my own standards), 112 is one of the most collaborative efforts and features a song in two parts at opposite ends of the album based around the same melody and..wait....I just said it's a song in two parts. That's the point isn't it. Well, no matter. The first is the drone/improvised 'Drafted To The Earth'. The second, tighter, and more structured piece is 'Range Teens'. Above, along with the songs, is the video for the take used for the song. The final track from the list isn't all too different from the actual take on the video. Just a bit of cleaning up and such.

on the personal end of things:
Graduation's coming. I'd rather not go to it. College has been incredibly disappointing and I leave feeling less confident/prepared for the real world than I did going in. Summer follows graduation. I do not look forward to either. It's going to be rough and I know it.

fingers crossed


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