inflatable vegetables 6


United States   Feb 2014  

Artist Bio

Influences:   pop, glam, surf, disco, punk, new wave, hair metal, gospel, and a bit of jazz.

Hi! I'm in the middle of several big projects, but still hoping to get some music written. I'm thinking 7 modes x 2 songs/ mode = 14, but harmonic minor instead of Locrian, and replace one of the Lydians with an exotic scale. That's the plan going into FAWM.

Postmortem: Not going lyrics first (or lyrics only) slowed me down. I got 5 modes in 6 songs, so I'm happy with that experiment.


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  • @edwardsmusic 1 day

    Hey, thanks for commenting on a couple of my tracks. Regarding "Disposable Fake People!" the distortion on the vocals wasn't intentional. I had actually recorded it on my Android's built-in microphone because I don't own a studio mic. Again, thanks.

  • @edwardsmusic 4 days

    Thanks for leaving a comment on my soundboard thanking me for commenting on your songs. Now would you please kindly return the favour on some of my songs on FAWM?

  • @cynthiawolff  Mar 26

    Thanks for your visit!

    What a ambitious project..
    Sound really 80s English pop

  • @wacha  Mar 19

    Thank you for your kind words in "Such A Sin", it was a difficult challenge but well worth the effort.

  • @rainchaser  Mar 17

    Thanks for your comment on our song. We really appreciated the listen. The Beatles blog is what got me into songwriting, and it made me realized that sitting a song for months just wasn't worth it. I'm planning on updating the demo, just found out the rhythm guitar was out of the tune. I'm also not happy with the vocals, I can do a better job on it for sure!

    Definitely looking forward to 50/90 this year as I regretted missing it last year. Such a great community, even better than FAWM!

  • @zecoop  Mar 11

    😀 I want to hear that mix! ZappAbba... Virtuoso from top to bottom and those are two absolutely polar opposite musical poles.

  • @hummingbear Mar 10

    Thanks for perusing my lyrics. With those glasses you look like quite the intellectual vegetable. I'm glad you didn't take "Chop It" too personally. : ) Great suggestions for suitable music styles. "I Never Tried" is a choral work, perhaps some orchestration, as I hear it in my head. If there would be male voices they'd be absent for most of the work.

  • @brrrse  Mar 6

    Thanks for the suggestions on Grey stands a Butterfly - The 2nd verse is about someone leaving - separation - the parting. I like the NIN Vibe - as I was searching my mind for a reference track - Type O Negative came to mind - You think it might do well in that style? Thanks for the feedback! I do appreciate it.

  • @rwc Mar 5

    Thank you for listening to "Time" and for your encouraging comments.

  • @katey Mar 5

    Thanks for your feedback on 'Holiday' I'm glad you like it.

  • @treble  Mar 5

    Hi, the comment I just wrote was for the song, Goodbye (I mistakenly typed Clouds and Clambakes.) Should not try to communicate before first cup of coffee. 😌

  • @treble  Mar 5

    Hi, thank you SO MUCH for your comments on my song Clouds and Clambakes. First, thanks for de-zonging it. More importantly thanks for observing that second line of prechorus doesn't follow the first. You're right and I appreciate that you made such a specific comment. Already thinking about how to change it. Thanks again!!

  • @barbara  Mar 5

    Hi! Thanks for the de-zonging, and for letting me know I had mismatched music up there. Somethings can't be deleted, only changed. Still no demo of *that* song, but if I do one, I'll let you know. Thanks again!

  • @pipewrench67  Mar 4

    No problem, glad I could help.

    Metalfoot was getting me the same way.

  • @theseanovan Feb 21

    Thank you for the feedback on "In the Silence." I'm glad I'm not the only one that noticed their lyrics getting darker as we progress.

  • @sunnymae  Feb 20

    Awhh... you would have been just fine @iveg 😮)
    I felt exactly the same way when I listened to Helens before me. I guess we all think alike. I really did enjoy your take. I think the morph chains are like the most fun thing in FAWM. I love seeing how everyone's brain works so completely differently. Goes to show there are no two alike.

  • @tootoobee  Feb 16

    Hi Iveg, laaaaaate "Hello" and happy FAWMing for the rest of February.

  • @petra777  Jan 30


  • @andygetch  Jan 17

    Hey, lets do this!