Influences: Quantum mechanics.
Roaring into 2020 and jazzed up for my 6th FAWM! I'm traveling light but just installed Bandlab on my phone and have a knack for finding instruments wherever I go.
My first year was the only year so far I've achieved the fabled Golden Chalice but even the red solo cup of participation still quenches my creative-hermit thirst for interaction with some of the more interesting varieties of hew-mon. Before FAWM I did not know it was possible to actually look forward to the cold sunless month of February. Thank you, fawmily 😀
My 2015 album:
Playlist for my 2018 album: https://soundcloud.com/gardeningangel...
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Just have to say I think I've listened to all of yours at least twice, and I'm super pressed for time. You've for sure got a fan 😀
You're kickin bandlab's ass too btw 😉
Demeter's Lament blew me away!
Thank you so much for your great comment on Horror In The Museum. I'm glad you stopped by for the listen. It means a lot.
See You In The Shadows…
Hi! Thank you for commenting on ALL THE SONGS! As far as the student goes, well he's 5 so the blame is definitely on the mom flaking but I think they're rescheduling for next week 😉
I would be honoured.
Appreciate the love. This is only my second year fawming feedback helps so much so thank you. ☺️☺️
Oh Gardening Angel...I'm so sad about your Mom and glad you had a much needed catharsis when you listened to my piece. I hope you're breathing more deeply and have a sweet evening. I still love listening to "The Traveler" we did together last year. It should really be in a movie! Just sayin' 😮)
Re: bandlab....yes, nifty indeed! I'm really enjoying it so far. Nice and easy to use dont need anything else complicated
thank you so much for your lovely supportive comment xx
Hey, Garden in Gangel.
Thank you and Happy FAWM to you
Hey Gardening Angel!
I'm looking forward to hearing whatever inspires you this year from your phone,random instruments, Sounds of Nature and whatever else tickles your fancy. You always come up with really interesting pieces. Cheers!
Hey Moriah, great to see you back. I'm looking forward to hearing more of your wonderful music!
Happy FAWMing! Just listening to your SoundCloud. I really like the first song, the unusual sounds, how the footsteps created the rhythm for the piece. It had great sonic texture.