View Full Version : Teeming Musicians? Let's hear your music!
06-17-2002, 01:01 AM
I've read many posts by people who are musicians, but I've yet to see a thread where everyone shares their music. (I tried a search and didn't find anything)
So lets take a listen to all the teeming millions and their music.
I suppose because I started this thread, I'll leave the first link.
My old band was called The Tic Tok Men but I'm currently working on a new project that isn't online yet. But you can hear the Tic Tok Men here www.ampcast.com/tictok -It is mostly electronic music.
I also know Seven (from the same band) posts here from time to time, but I'll let him leave his own links. ;)
06-18-2002, 05:03 AM
Oh come on. I know I'm not the ONLY musician type who hits SDMB.
06-18-2002, 10:30 AM
I've got to go home to put some MP3s up on the web, then I'll post the link here... of course, the only stuff I've really got recorded is from a band I was in in high school. It'll be... um... interesting. Not that bad really. Anyway, I'll be back tomorrow.
06-18-2002, 10:48 AM
I haven't been in a band for a while now, but I've been in quite a few. Visit www.tweekitten.com, and search their catalog for "the Palindromes." You'll find two CD releases that we did, and by clicking the "Read More" or "Quickview" links you'll find some RealAudio samples. One of the songs, "Before I Die," I wrote the music for and sing harmony vocals on as well as playing the bass. The others I play bass and sing backup on. It was all very pop-oriented guitar music.
06-18-2002, 07:31 PM
These are all hard rock songs, and all instrumentals except for one. Just some stuff I made for fun. I did the guitar, bass, and vocals, and the drums are constructed from samples.
06-18-2002, 08:05 PM
I'm just going to copy and paste my response to the other "Are You in a Band?" thread, because I'm dying for feedback from anyone who cares to listen.
We're called Kana-shibari (http://sound.jp/urigagarn/kanashibari.html). We're fuckin cool. Got our first show scheduled for August.
Each of the big red dots on the top page links to a different area of the site. One of them (I think the third from the top) links to our MP3's.
I'm also in a band called uri gagarn (http://sound.jp/urigagarn/). This site is all in Japanese, though, and no MP3's.
06-18-2002, 08:23 PM
Can I post my husband's music? I sing backup on one of the songs...
06-18-2002, 09:21 PM
I wrote a song a while ago, but I can't read music so I don't know what it was.
Once in a while I'll be listening to the radio, and then I'll think "I wrote that."
- Steven Wright.
Sorry, just had to add that. I've actually created a couple of MP3's of song snippets, but not an entire song.
06-19-2002, 05:28 AM
Here (http://slothlovechunk.iuma.com) is a link for some of my home recordings. I guess you could qualify it as indie rock. I play all instruments on it.
Here (http://www.blainethemono.com) is a link for my bands website. Im the drummer.
06-19-2002, 05:37 AM
Well, I'm working on a side project with these guys (http://fabulon.ini.hu), who will change there name to Stig Roar Husby. I play keys, but unfortunately not on those particular tunes. We're recording on July 12-13, so I'll try to get some MP3s out shortly thereafter.
And, no, the singer is not an American singing with a British accent. He is honestly British. If you like Indie Pop with a Brit flair, check it out.
06-20-2002, 01:29 AM
Oh see. This is more like it.
I guess I'll be spending tomorrow checking out everyones tracks.
MORE MORE MORE!
06-20-2002, 09:59 AM
I played all the guitar parts and did alot of the drum sequences on these songs.
06-20-2002, 08:40 PM
pldennison: Well. I tried to listen but I don't have Real Audio on this machine. :(
Swinger: The music sounds pretty cool. Are you going to add some vocals to them? Shut-up and die is screaming for,. err,. screaming. :)
Kyomara: I dug around but I couldn't find any mp3 files. The big red dots didn't link to any place. What's the URL of the page with the mp3 files?
Zette: Not really my kind of music, but it sounded really good. Nice recordings. Which one did you sing back up on?
pezpunk: SLOTH LOVE CHUNK! Love the name. I couldn't stream from Iuma, so I'm downloading a couple now.
I'll check out the other few after I'm done downloading pezpunk's stuff.
06-20-2002, 08:59 PM
Deiter- I did backups on "The Mile". Allan did all of the recording and producing from his own studio, and IMHO did a marvelous job! Thanks for listening :)
06-20-2002, 10:09 PM
Zette: Yeah. FRom what I can tell the recordings came out real sweet sounding. I'll check out "the mile".
06-21-2002, 03:18 AM
pezpunk - Hands feet hot stove! Great song. I really liked it. It says "demo".
I can't wait for the final. :)
06-21-2002, 07:31 AM
I must be mentally challenged because I couldn't get anyones music to work! Well except for Dieter's which I really dug. It's not my usual listening preference but it kicked ass for listening to while I work on my computer. I liked it a lot!
I am really bumed that I couldn't hear Kyomara's music. From reading his other thread I think our musical tastes run along the same lines.
I will try again tonight to listen to everyone's music.
Oh yeah, Dieter I am not sure when "hand, meet stove" will be anything more than a demo. I am one LAZY guy.
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