Hoping your journey through space and time has been treating you with opportunity and happiness!
I have great news to give, you can now get your digital copy of my Portfolio online for FREE!!! All you have to do is click the download link below and every song I’ve ever been a part of will be on your computer. So magical!
I must warn you, you might not like some of it. Feel free to delete what you dislike and keep what you enjoy. There are a wide range of musical genres covered and I hope at least one of those short audio stories can captivate you.
I added a brand new page onto TheEndIsNich.com download’s section called, Chronological. It’s a complete list of songs I’ve made or been involved with laid out in chronological order. From my newest release to my first song ever; everything’s available to you for free.
I’d like to thank those of you who donated; Family, friends, and strangers. Without your donations none of this would be possible. I promise to take you up on some of your suggestions and make some merch for you to support but until then the best way to support my efforts are through the donation button on the right hand of the webpage.
If you ever missed a release of a brand new song or you want to check the library of older material, you can now view, stream, and download the songs you want through the Chronological Page.
Thank you for visiting and remember to spread the Love,
It’s a pleasure to have your attention and thank you for taking the time to check out the things I create. I’d like to introduce you to my newest creation, the ‘Vile Mile Soundtrack’! This collection of dark and haunting songs were all created for a friend’s stop motion film, Vile Mile. I can’t give too much away about the film but anything I’d have to say about Vile Mile I did my absolute best to cram into a musical idea on this CD.
I’ll also be releasing streamable versions of the CD on Bandcamp and Soundcloud for anyone who wishes to download them separately.
It’s short, sweet, and easy to listen to. Download it and enjoy it!
Here’s that EP I promised to show you! Check out Major/Minor and pick up the record! It’s great songwriting and has a fun acoustic feel that I think you would enjoy. I had a lot of fun performing on it and I hope you have as much fun listening to it. Give it a stream and download it for any price you choose, even FREE!
I got to work with Major/Minor for their upcoming EP ‘Self-Titled’. I got to perform Egg Shaker, Tambourine, Snare Drum, and Kick Drum on the CD. Here’s the first song on the EP, ‘Self-Titled‘.
There’s going to be more songs released periodically this week. Check out Major/Minor’s Facebook page and give them a like if you’re into em’ and you’ll stay up to date with all the new tunes! Charlie is an absolute blast and I enjoyed every moment of helping him create his CD with Kenneth. So much Love.
One summer day in 2007 while lazing around at home, my brother and I were listening to new songs that our friend, Steve, was showing us he was working on with his band ‘When We Get There‘ back in our hometown of Kenora. The songs were good songs but there was a song in particular where a few arrangement issues that we noticed that, if addressed, could push the song into potentially great territory. That song was Away Like This. We ran the idea by Steve to see if he would be okay if we learned and re-recorded the song ourselves to fool around with it, and he gave us the big ol’ thumbs up!
Fresh off of recording our 3 song EP with our Dad, Warren, for Acid Reign we obviously still had the recording bug and approached him to see if he would be down to help us with this little project. We listened to Away Like Thiswith him and explained what we were hearing and what we wanted to do and he turned out to be even more into it than we were. We sat and figured out the basic structure of what we wanted to do on acoustic guitar and lap-tapping (drumming on your legs) and we began the new step of moving it into the studio. Once in the studio it was a natural process of just fleshing out each part and making the song flow as naturally as possible. Changing the verses, adding a catching bass-line, adding a 7-string to the chorus to give it that BEEF we wanted, and fitting all the parts seamlessly together. Hard work payed off. Take a listen for yourself!