EP I just did for a local band, Missarioty. A: the name of the EP is 'its never too late for cowbell', which is one of my favourite things ever (doubly so that theres one cowbell in the EP and it was added last, the title is a quote of my response when they said 'Its probably too late to add a cowbell, right?' ) B No one knows what 'missarioty' means, dont ask.
Its a poppy indie-rock sorta thing with the occasional old man blues vibe.
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Thought there might be some people round here that would enjoy them. They're all very young, 17-18, and I think they did very well. Work ethic and attitude beyond their years.
Its free download, so go nuts if you like it.
If not, tell me what you dont like. Drums are live, though the kick is mostly replaced and snare is blended. Guitars are powerball (cleans) and pittbull CL100 (everything else), one AT4050 and one 57 respectively, both on T75s (different T75s though). Guitars and a couple of details are a secret, cos the sounds Vs the source might go some way to help with some .... common preconceptions, shall we say. Perhaps I'm being presumptuous there; we'll see if anybodys surprised! (mattayus and blankplank: Shhhhhhhh!)
I'm guessing the secret is that the guitars were something with EMGs?
It's not bad, I like the singer's voice. Guitars are a little too clean/dry sounding, which is one of my complaints any time I hear an ENGL or VHT doing something other than metal (the same things that make them excellent for metal). Though it actually works really well on "Tonight". I still feel like these songs are begging for a more classic-sounding guitar (Les Paul, SG, Tele, Strat, etc) through Fender/Vox/Marshall type amps. Just my preference, though.