Monday, May 31, 2010

the back seat

alright, here we go.

first off, Diana, part time cellist and amazing bandmate, has been a super trooper in dealing with my incredibly inconsistent will to record (much of this comes from my readjustment to working a fulltime job). I've been dumb and whiney and she's been great. I know she'll do fine in grad-school and whatever she sends me will be beautiful. As for the new music, here goes

so It's been a while since I finished a song that I'm happy with (two weeks probably), and though this is probably one of the weirdest tracks I've ever done, it's also quite accessible.

Without new strings or a reed for my clarinet, I found myself feeing the urges of desperation, resorting to my lovely 3$ keyboard. This is the result. Some bizzaro world corporate elevator music. I actually like it, and I hope you do too (click the title to download).

This song is the second song off of my 133th album entitled 'Ambulances'

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