Influences: Owen (Mike Kinsella), Jen Wood, Mice Parade, Mock Orange, Mark Kozelek, Sun Kil Moon, Ryan Grisham, Andy McKee, Ben Gibbard, The Dodos...
Wow, I can't believe this is my seventh year here at FAWM. Where does the time go?! Happy to be back again. Anyway... I'm not to sure if I have any specific approach to writing this February, but I wanted to pick up my electric and write some songs with it. Maybe write some full band sounding songs, and do some more collaborations.
Thanks for the listens and comments! (and I gotta get to yours soon). how that 'this is what democracy sounds like' moment happened as i knew i was attending a singing protest rally, and had a feeling a call-and response thing would break out from time to time- so i write that the night before, then asked the organizers, if the right moment came up could i do a quick call and response thing, they said sure, actually got invited back but they havent scheduled the next one yet...it was great fun!
Thank you very much for the feedback on "Nightmare", I will most likely play is acoustic more often than electric. Sometimes I use my electric to get eh FAWM demos down because I get it down quicker and earlier in the morning without being too much of a bother to my neighbors.
Thank you for listening through and commenting on my tracks, Thank You for making Fawm such a supportive experience. Keep it up, these tracks of yours are total CHOONS.
Thank you so much! 😀 I'm glad you're enjoying following the process.
Thank you. Your words are apt. This is actually part of the novel's deep dark backstory. The novel itself has a lighter tone. I'm really looking forward to finally writing some more this weekend.
Hey Ken, thanks a lot for your nice comments on my song!
Thanks, Ken. I got the second one up. Learned a lot. If regular FAWM is like wrestling a grandma, my current FAWM is like wrestling Andre the Giant.
Thanks for the feedback on my song; I really appreciate you taking the time out to listen to my music 😀
The fingerpicking comment means a lot coming from you. Thanks, Kenneth.
Ah sorry, my bad! I blame my headphones
Good luck Ken! Thanks for listening to my song!
Thanks for listening brother. I kept it short because I want to leave room for the main course: the stories that are coming. More soooon!
Electronic stuff?! I can't wait. -ru