Thursday, April 29, 2010

Trying out SoundCloud, let's see hereee

03 Ardor by Swimmingpool The Band

The waveform thing is uhh...cute...Anyway
So, this is the third song from Fog. I got a job, that's good. but I'll probably have to readjust to the hours. Sooooo entries may be patchier. I'll probably continue using tindeck if only because the guys who run it seem awful swell. School's almost out. Oh and this weekend's going to suck: Saturday high of 90 low of 70/Sunday...See Previous. :(
It's not julllyyy yet.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Sam Neil from CXXVII: FOG

Should probably do this now that I have the time, and before class and other crap. School is really close to being over. It's strange really, but I may have a job. Song's posted above and is the first song from Fog.


Off of Tenebrae, this is When you are alone. not much to say today.
thats it.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Sunday, April 18, 2010

so I really ought to be posting more from the previous two, but I quite like this one from 126: Tenebrae

It's called Silver Cast Orange Cross & the album art is posted above. Blown out acoustic guitar, clarinet & key-drones. Album art is cropped from a poster for the classic avant-porn 'Behind the Green Door'.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

ORO: Pluma de Plata, First song from album CXXV

The album name is Oro, and the album art above is done by the very Talented Niki k., who's work you can find on her
flickr: or her deviantart:

so I need a new reed for my clarinet. however, experimentation with the clarinet allowed me to realize that the bottom octive wasn't broken and produced this song. I'm quite proud of it. It's one of the more 'out-there' tracks I've done in a while but, again, very happy with it.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Title track from CXXIV: It's Tully

yes, a song named after someone who wasn't a revolutionary or a dead artist. I know right? but he's a cool guy and, again, his name, fascinated by it. rolls of the tongue doesn't it. here it is. Half guitar, half droning cello (the cello which put me to sleep). Enjoy. I'm gonna double check the album and upload it in its entirety soon. In the meantime, go look at his photography ( (the photo above is by tully himself, photographer of this album's album art).

Friday, April 9, 2010


here you go, second song from TULLY entitled April Clatters. Had a good session today. I somehow fell asleep 20 minutes in and Diana kept playing for another 10. Im working on that one now. Anyway, go listen to the song. Album's almost done and I'll probably have an album's worth of material out of the latest set.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Before I Brave The Heat & Get Groceries, The First Song From 124: Tully

Here's the first song from album 124: Tully. It's named after the photographer of the album art, Tully K., who's work can be found here: Why named after him you ask? His name really, not to mention he seems like a really swell guy (hell of a looker too, ladies...or fellas...), but I really love that name (especially after I found out that it was, in fact, his real name). This is the first of three songs recorded for the record and I really can't wait for it to feel like spring or something (this fucking heatwave is killing me). On that note, summer's coming fast. The semester's gonna end soon. Though I'll still be recording, my posts may be spread between days a bit more.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Lifetime in bunkers

there's the song
it's been a god damn sonofabitch year. I can't believe how close I am to graduating. Speckles of light down there but I wish I had a clearer view of what the future holds. I hope I can become less of a hermit. I regret that, and I wont go on too much about my own crap, but that's been rough. sometimes it's hard to tell if I'm a pessimist or a realist or what. I dont know. Thanks again to everyone who keeps listening to what I put out. One of these days, when I get less paranoid of theft, I'll post my poetry for you. I'm going to go have a cigarette now. I'm tired and it's getting too damn hot out far too soon.


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