It’s with great gratitude that I can say that my old band Goodbye Sky Harbour‘s CD ‘Tired Hearts‘ has reached past the 100 download mark! We’ve officially been disbanded as of 2012, so naturally as I do with all music I’m involved in, I’ve posted it online so as many people as possible could be able to enjoy the sonic combinations we were able to put together. Today marks the day that over 100 of you beautiful people took us into your ears. We worked really hard to get this puppy put together and I hope when you listen to it you can hear how much it meant to us.
If you haven’t heard Tired Hearts, then click HERE or the link/album cover below to get your free copy today!
Thank you so much for your continued support and for your generous donations to help keep this site and it’s content available for free, for everyone, forever.
Check out the latest creation that I made with my friend, Mitch. Check out his soundcloud and enjoy his other creations too! Mitch is a very talent guitar player with one of the best styles I’ve witnessed in my life! CoupeDeville is a very heavy mix of both of our favourite genres of metal, Djent and Power Metal. It was fun to make music that quick and groovy. Pay close attention (with headphones on) to the breakdown of this piece. We had to detune some instruments to make it even heavier. I hope you appreciate it! Enjoy, CoupeDeville!
Here’s a brand new song I just whipped up! This one’s called, Fall Potential. It’s about how rainy, cold, and crappy it is outside and how much life is still kicking ass regardless! Don’t let little things like the weather stop you from doing what you want to do! Live out your full potential this autumn!
I would like to introduce you to a new song called, It’s All In The Hips. This song was created by my great friend, Chris Webb, at my home studio here in London Ontario. All instrumentation, awesomeness, and funk are all from Chris’ brain and fingertips. The only thing I did was mix and lightly produce the tune. Chris is one the most talented human beings I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting and I have a special pleasure in introducing you to the man, the music, and creative flow.
I hope that you enjoy the song and getting a visit inside of Chris’ head.
I’ve been recording a song for the past week entitled It Was The Sharks. This project was very interesting from the very beginning. It had me using the program Garageband, standard on all Mac computers and available on all iOS devices, for my very first time. As well it’s the first song I’ve written and recorded on my own. It was a very fun self experiment to take part in and I think it came together quite well. There are still a bunch of obvious errors and fixes needed, but I’m honestly too impatient and would rather record at Webber Studios instead of working on it for another week. So this is a good example of what one can do on their first use of Garageband. If you too own a Mac computer and have an interest in recording your ideas, I highly recommend you take the time to do so. It’s easy, fast, and the end result is convincing. Here it is… It Was The Sharks (Garageband Version).
Enjoy! (Try not to cringe too hard. A better version will be coming shortly.)
For now on I will no longer post scores on any of my reviews. I believe this will benefit all my readers (all four of you!) in great ways, and will help everyone who reads to find the best Music, Comics, and Games that are best for them.
This means that if I write about anything… You NEED to have it. Not will this only mean you wont have to waste ten minutes reading about something you wont like, but will also make the items I review more enjoyable for myself. So get yourself ready because come next review time… You better be prepared to have a good positive read!
October 29th, 2009
P.S. I apologize for the lack of updates, I’ve been bogged down with work, band stuff, and moving to do anything much extra. There will be big news and reviews soon!!! Stay Tuned!!!