Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Steve Hoffman, May 30, 2021.
Thanks so much!
Were you in Silent Knight?
Yes. I was the singer.
Here’s mine. Mostly made for me, myself and I.
Enjoyed your CD a lot. (Even though Eric took it back)!
Not really a video, and more like a visualizer, but I wrote the music, sang the lyrics (written by the drummer), and played bass among other things.
Here comes the cold water.... I put this album out end of last year about the death of my brother... y'know, usual Christmas vibes
how about some homicidal electric funk
and something a little mellower
some recent offerings kept me busy during the last year and a half.
A previous band, U.S. Depressed -
Audio only. I’m on bass and vocals and wrote it.
It’s lumped in with another Dog Food band in various outlets so we also go by The Dog Food Sound.
This is my current project Fall to Earth, full album released six months ago. For fans of Queen, Muse or maybe Anathema.
The Fall to Earth bandcamp (on which FLAC is FREE)
Fall to Earth
also bandcamp links to the older stuff:
self-titled album for fans of Neil Young or "A Cautionary Tale" album for fans of The Cure
Shoulder of Orion
for fans of Opeth and Enslaved or prog/black in general
Ok so for the first couple minutes we were experiencing technical difficulties do forward up a bit. Here's a live steam from GSMO last week.
Troy ohio locals call themselves "Trojans". This has nothing to do with contraceptives.
This is from the last gig we played before quarantine in March last year (we're a psychedelic indie band from Atlanta):
Wow. You're good. Great song.
My band The Malpaso Gang, from Aberdeen, Scotland
My band Cornwall, this is a live recording in De Melkweg in Amsterdam;
C'mon, more of you, don't be shy..
Not a dynamic video (a single photo) but the audio is what you're looking for (self produced, a copy ...not from the master tape). I wrote the song, played all the instruments and sang. Recorded in October 1980 in a large barn loft...
No official videos for my band, OGRE, but here is a link to our 37-minute doom metal meets prog rock concept album "Plague of the Planet". I'm playing guitar:
You can also find our other albums, as well as a bunch of live footage, on YouTube. For fans of Sabbath and Rush.
I don't really use social-media or promote myself too much but I thought I would take advantage of this particular thread (and why not ).
This is myself playing live with my (at the time) brand-new Nord Stage Classic. I created the backing-track using samples and loops from my favourite Miles Davis recordings (these 3 sections are from Miles's 80's period). The whole performance actually lasts 90 minutes!
Anyway, I'm just throwin' it out there . . .
Paul David Seaman (UK)
I play in a number of projects. Here's a few of them...
The Curiously Strong Peppermints, a psyche-pop project which I write, record and front. Here's a video for a song we put out last year, on an album which was a concept album about the pandemic. I play everything on it, except the sax.
MINE, a psyche-punk band I played bass in from 2014-2020. We were sort of cross between Rilo Kiley and Can. We sort of took a hiatus when the pandemic started, but hoping to restart us up. Here's a video for a track on our first record.
Here's Life Skills, a weirdo-punk band I play fuzz bass in with my partner. We sound like a cross between The Minutemen and The Shaggs. Here's a video we stealthy shot before getting kicked out of Menards.
Yet another band, Awkward Bodies, a noise-pop band which I play guitar in, from 2012-present. For some reason we have no interesting videos, so here's just an old video from an in-studio radio session from 2012. We're currently regrouping with new songs, etc.
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