eargoggle 17

@eargoggle 

Brooklyn US   Feb 2015

https://theeargoggle.bandcamp.com  

Artist Bio

Influences:   The running list of artists I've been compared to here over the years (many of whom I've hardly or never listened to): David Bowie, Jonathan Richmond, Robyn Hitchcock, "old British psychedelic rock," Ween, Beck, King Crimson, Tom Petty, Duran Duran, Talking Heads, "late 70's early 80's new wave," the Beatles (wow thanks), Talk Talk, Bob Dylan (umm, whoa?), !!!, Massive Attack, Total Giovanni, and finally someone recognized my Thin Lizzy obsession.

This will be my 5th FAWM (wait, what?? How did that happen? I still feel like I'm new here....), and I have to say it's been a life-changing experience. FAWM 1 for me ended up as this cassette release- https://theeargoggle.bandcamp.com/alb... , FAWMs 2 and 3 became this cassette- https://theeargoggle.bandcamp.com/alb... and then last year, since writing a song damn near every day for a month isn't challenging enough (that's sarcasm right there), I attempted a rock opera/concept album, solely because I had never done anything where the songs and narrative were all connected. That one is, um....almost done...in fact I may use this FAWM to finish off the 2 songs I think the story still needs.
This FAWM the only vague challenge I've set for myself is to explore more loop-based songwriting, solely because it's something I haven't done much of. I'm not sure what that means or what will happen with that, and as always, I reserve the right to completely change direction based on...anything.

Excited to be part of this incredible community again and can't wait to hear what we all come up with!

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  • @sunnymae  Mar 9

    Hey Eargoggle!
    First off I love your profile photo. A bounty full of instruments 😀
    Thanks for stopping by and listening to 15 candles. To be compared to Stevie Wonder in any way shape or form is a huge compliment. Thank you so much for your kind comments!

  • @wacha  Mar 8

    Thank you for your very kind comment on "Something Doesn't Add Up". I had great time working with @crisp1's lyrics.

  • @mikeb Mar 6

    Thanks for listening and the comment on 'Into The Vortex'. The full production is here (of course I will be tweaking, and may even re-track the vocals: https://soundcloud.com/mikebirch/into...

  • @acromie  Mar 4

    Thanks for your comment on Hug a Snowman! I'd love to hear what your little one thought of it!

  • @chrishope Mar 4

    thanks for listening and the comments, much appreciated

  • @sbs2018 Mar 1

    Thanks for commenting on my songs. I appreciate it!

  • @standup  Feb 28

    Thanks for checking out "Opals of Mars". I will tell you "The Expanse" is responsible for 75% of the lyrical idea. We've watched seasons 1 & 2, will pick up season 3 in March. Hope it doesn't suck. Friends say the books are pretty good if I need to abandon the series or they run out of money.

  • @pinky Feb 28

    Hahah, no more out of me this FAWM. Gotta use my time to catch up on all the awesome songs I've been missing! Starting with the rest of yours(:

  • @zecoop  Feb 24

    Well, I mean all the main sounds were the chimes, but the cool sounding ones had all the effects on them, mainly reverse reverb. Thanks for listening!

  • @hummingbear Feb 23

    Thanks for your kinds comments on Fractals of the Living God. Scott's music is phenomenal.

  • @candle  Feb 13

    Thanks for your great comment on Guitar Angst. Funny, maybe the Western feel is what unites the two songs. As I said, I was in the same headspace when I recorded both of those songs.

    See You In The Shadows…

  • @zecoop  Feb 13

    Whoa, I have a lot of catching up to do - Work blocking the FAWM server has made it hard, but yours are soundcloud, so I'll be back!
    Not a real mellotron - Tapeotronic is a free VST that's pretty good, although w1n suggested Redtron, and when I checked it out last night it looks amazing. I might switch it over.

  • @spinhead Feb 12

    Ooh, thanks for the comment on "The Way You Do." When I perform, my wife plays keyboard bass and some right hand strings, horns, whatnot, and our daughter has started tippling the drums a mite.

    I hear all my songs as full band productions, but it's been a decade since I had the patience to record something as ambitious as, say, this beast: https://s3.amazonaws.com/canfieldofdr...

  • @mmmmarcus Feb 12

    Thank you very much for the comment on Carry Me Home! Glad to hear you liked it!

  • @ampersandman  Feb 12

    Thank you for your kind words on "Cape". Will have a listen at your stuff now!

  • @lanasolyluna Feb 12

    Funny how the artists we're often compared to are not our favorites. Makes me think there's something quite cosmic and spiritual we're harnessing. Thanks for your comment...will be back to listen.

  • @tamsnumber4  Feb 2019

    Thanks for listening and commenting on my song "Tempting Time", I really appreciate it!!

  • @guatecoop  Feb 2019

    Great! I look forward to hearing it!

  • @factorytale Feb 2019

    I'm really glad you like it, thanks! <3

  • @cynthiawolff  Jan 2019

    Love that pic!
    All the best this year

  • @nuj4x Jan 2019