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|Year(s):||2007 - 2013|
|Categorized as:||Folk / Acoustic, Rock, Jazz, Experimental|
|Members:||John Wick, Andrew J. Gustin, Rick Jones, Eric Brock, Jennifer Martin,Joey Shepard|
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Listen to the music as you read, it will tell you the most about The Dwellers.
"To The Dwellers music is a non-linear, boundless, rule-less dreamscape. In many of their pieces they seem like mad architects hellbent on building their city, burning it to the ground, then building it back up with a reinforced foundation." Nick Jordan, Scene Zine #4
"The Dwellers, are a progressive group out of Indianapolis that creates kaleidoscopic sounds that engage your mind and body. They lift the gauze and expose the wounds of modern issues with their lyrics while their evocative instrumental interludes create an unforgettable experience." - Megan Props, IndyMUSIC
John Wick, Andrew Gustin, Eric Brock, Rick Jones, Jimmy Brown, Andrea Tooley, Crystal Brock
Recorded in Indianapolis and Bloomington.
13 tracks = 35 minutes.
Bills to Pay! is A long lost Dwellers Song from 2007....In 2011 I had the idea to have people at a party sing along with the chorus, and add it to the track. So I had NYE party 2011-2012, and played the song a few times, recording the outcome. A few weeks later John Muylle added some outstanding Trombone parts to tie it all together.
I completely forgot about this effort...I guess so I could finally finish it in 2013!
A song writing collaboration experiment started in early 2012. I wrote several poems and gave them to my favorite song writers, to have them put the poems to music. I then added other instruments and production to the music. Album art by Sean Lory
1. Big Brown Bear - Vocals and Guitar by John Wick, Bryan Ooley,and Eric Brock, Words by Andrew Gustin
2. Playoffs - Vocals and Guitar by Peter King, Words by Andrew Gustin
3. Situations - Vocals by Eric Brock and Andrew Gustin, Words by Andrew Gustin & Eric Brock
4. Bloomington - Vocals and music by Chris Barth, words by Andrew Gustin
5. The heart in me - Vocals by Dave Jablonski and Andrea Tooley, Words and Music by Dave Jablonski
6. Mr Sunman -Vocals by Eric Brock and Matt Wildridge, Words by Andrew Gustin
7. Faded Film-Vocals and Guitar by Matt Wildridge, Words by Andrew Gustin
8. All people Converse - Vocals by Matt Wildridge and Eric Brock, Words by Andrew Gustin
9. Backwards Dog - Vocals and Guitar by Chris Barth and Andrew Gustin, Words by Andrew Gustin
10. Dreambirds - Vocals by Andrew Gustin and Eric Brock, Words by Torri Rae Covey, (live at Bears Place in Bloomington)
Andrew Gustin, John Wick, Jennifer Martin, Joey Shepard
Created Summer of 2010, at the Goose Lodge. Indianapolis, Indiana.
SAFE PURE AND POTENT
This is how we live now
Going Green, Going Machine
Fast pace life may pass you by more quickly then before.
My mind is losing its self again, my mind.
Why do we live with prescription homicides,
While the earth is fading, fading away.
Inner Energy, Put my mind at ease
Could it be a Gateway?
Don't try to say one is better one is worse
What do you want me to say?
It's safe, It's Pure, It's Potent
A monster screams in hibernation dreams.
The very first Dwellers album.
Spawned by John Wick and Andrew Gustin
A different texture
Writing this one for you once again.
With just a little different texture, texture
Yeah, its been way too long since you've come around
Way too long since you've come around.
Take it back, Oh wait we can't take it back.
John Wick, Andrew Gustin, Jennifer Martin, Gregg DeBoor
Alligator, Come to me
Pull back the curtain and light up the keys
Open the window and feel the breeze
The timing is different and I am pleased
Just one more time and I will go where I need
To a place where our minds will be different
and everything will seem like a dream.
Alligator, come to me.
Dancing around, and around
All the good things we could be.
Painter, Painter don't be a tainter,
of all the good things we could be
And I'm not so special anymore,
and you're not so friendly anymore, now you're friendly
**This album was created in Spring 2010 in Indianapolis IN***
This album was conceived created and recorded in February 2010 for record production month.
The Dwellers proudly present:
New Feet for your Worn Down Shoes
A mix of spoken word, songs, and soundscapes.
by Andrew Gustin and Gregg DeBoor
Additional Contributions by: John Wick, Jennifer Martin, Matt Wildridge, and Eric Brock
Much thanks, goes out to
Recorded/Mixed/Engineered by Thomas May
and our favorite local radio station. WICR 88.7 FM
2010, Goose Lodge Records,
The Dwellers organized and had a benefit show to support
the Re-Legalize Indiana PAC.
Recorded by Will Booker
At the Tip Top Tavern
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