A couple of weeks ago my girlfriend Haruko released a free EP called 'Bird in the snow' which I think some of you might enjoy. Basically it's a bunch of lovely folk-songs. I added electric guitars and did two or three backing vocal lines...
Post by majororgan on Sept 18, 2011 18:36:37 GMT -5
I just finished and released my new album, I've been working on it since last October and I'm really proud of it and excited about it. I've put together an edition of 50 CD-Rs with hand-printed and hand-assembled covers. They're printed from a linoleum carving of the view from the room where I recorded most of it.
Here's the cover:
And you can hear/download it here: squanto.bandcamp.com
Last Edit: Sept 18, 2011 18:38:50 GMT -5 by majororgan
Post by finecrystal on Nov 3, 2011 19:35:49 GMT -5
I just moved from Paris to Vancouver and in between I recorded 7 songs written around in or about it. It's o'er here if you're interested. no download link yet but if anyone wants one i can upload it somewhere
Uhhh...I'm new at recording (Incredibly new at how all that stuff works and I'm really by myself in learning with cheap equipment though I like it that way) and have been playing select instruments for only a few years. I really have great interest in Lo-fi sort of sounds and styles, but I do love a bunch of other "genres". Personally, I don't care for genre naming or grouping, but whatever helps...
Anyways, I'm a pretty shy guy when it comes to expressing myself and/or showing music. I'm only 21 and I like to make music that I would enjoy or only that I'd understand. What I mean by this are few quirks in my songs that I'll secretly nod to certain musicians or beliefs or ideas or even people. Pretty much, only I will get it unless someone asks. I'm not working on an actual album or anything legit of that nature, but I'm currently having fun making whatever sounds I can manage. That link is to my moniker's music and stuff that I've done by myself. It's not great, but whatever. What can you do when you don't have much money or skill?
I'd have to agree! Lots of great stuff, yours included. Listening to the stuff on your soundcloud now and digging it.
I just finished putting together two cassettes of the improvised recordings I made while I was working on my second proper album, I'm really proud of the way they came out looking and sounding. I posted them at the top of the page originally but now they're finally getting a physical release. Recommended to anyone who enjoys loop-based ambient music
Post by wolfticketsden on Mar 26, 2012 9:20:57 GMT -5
Hi, I record songs under the name Wolf Tickets. In 2008 I released a handmade CD called 'Milk Moon' which chronicled the end of a relationship. It is out of print now, but is available to listen on bandcamp: