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|Year(s):||1996 - 2013|
|Categorized as:||Indie Rock|
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Home recordings... Indianapolis, Muncie, Chicago, Louisville.
recorded in the basement (clifton static)
Songs on the organ. with effects.
late night one offs while working on doo-wop album and finishing the filipino snares.
retiring the adat machine. over 10 glorious years. last four songs before i ran out of tape.
beside. near. beyond.
Recent instrumentals from the basement. These are test subjects... crazy birds closest to what new songs will sound like.
Short set of songs for the autumn.
5 quick recordings with 4 tracks, 1 mic, drums, fender stratocaster, jazz bass and vibro champ.
Recorded January at home. Another attempt at singing like Elvis or Roy.
Some new recordings in new home of louisville, ky.
Some random leftovers from various years and various cities.
like it says, random songs. josh seib, ryan lash and nic lee on a number of these. Some recorded in Muncie, some recorded in Chicago.
Recorded in Chicago. Didn't have drums so I used boxes, pots and pans with effects.
came across a cd-r with these songs on them. do not remember them at all, think from first chicago apartment due to the drum machine being used.
First apartment in Chicago. Josh let me borrow his Memory Man and Drum Machine thingy.
I had decided I wanted to do some real recordings and asked my friend Tyler Watkins to help. We only did these two and then we got distracted. This was in Muncie, in a basement. It was fun, wish I had gotten around to doing more of these. Can't really remember, somewhere between 2003-2005.
Trying out new tascam digital four-track with built-in mics. Very fun.
attempt at 1950's rock n' roll...
Concept album about living in midwest during space age. The cornfields dry up and people take to different planets... it's a little weird. Dan Schepper and Ryan Lash on workers houseing. Joel Savage helps sing on pilgrams...
Old album, spring of 2003. Tyler Watkins mixed. Cover designed by Lindsey Jilbert. Judi sang on museum.
music to accompany art by my friend ben.
Recorded in Muncie over Christmas break when I had the house to myself. An attempt to do an album in one day. Turned into two days. Wrote and recorded the music on the first, wrote and record vocals on the second. Did all drums first, straight through. Then just made stuff up over it. Except "sloop of war" and "crying." Josh Seib on those two (recorded at a different time in Muncie).
muncie. jesse lee drums and guitar on groceries and knives.
many years ago. nic lee and ryan lash on these. maria yates on "things we have built." maria and jesse lee on sidereel.
Bit of a weird bedroom album from my early 20's
Songs from 1998, compiled 2000.
Had to travel for work. Took a battery powered four track to hotel. Sun lake recorded early morning in the back of a van backed up to a beautiful park lake. It was freezing. End song in same van in a walmart parking lot.
unfinished 4 track album. tony whitlock played some lapsteel. bill britton played drums.
1996-2004. tascam 414(?) . also had a sony MD 4 track for a little while.
nic, joel, ryan, justin. home recordings.
nic, justin, kevin... joke band. played one show, we all wore sunglasses. mine were not perscription. i couldn't see anything.
Forgive the young and stupid. Mid and late 90's songs when I lived in various apartments around Indianapolis. Nothing magical, just an archive of my late teens.
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