My band wrote this song because we needed a song to start our set. The idea came when I was driving, and a kid drove his bike slowly in front of my car. I had more than enough time to stop. The child laughed and flipped me off. I thought it was funny, the levelContinue reading “Peacock – Music Video”
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Are you having a hard time hitting a phrase of notes in a song? I have a quick solution to your tiny problem! Our first step is establishing and working out which notes we need to hit, what techniques are used to get the sound we want. Our second step is finding out what tempoContinue reading “Precision Practice”
Break Into Your Scene With This Simple Trick
Even during our current lockdown, we can support other acts. It’s as simple as talking! Start today! Pick and local band and follow the crap outta them!
It’s time to stop relying (solely) on your friends to get to that record deal
Now I’m not saying that your friends are useless, or that they’re not necessary for a musician’s vocation. This post is just a little reminder that you being able to get five of your friends to listen to your music is the least amount of effort you can put into expanding your career (I’m sure you don’t need that reminder)
The Right Hand, The Important Hand – Tricks To Improve Rhythm
The rhythm hand deserves some extra love! Stop telling yourself that someone will take care of the heavy lifting with guitar. Stop being the weak link in the band. Learn to play the damn guitar! It’s nothing complicated, so don’t feel overwhelmed. You just need to dedicate a little additional focus on specific techniques.
Not This Time – Music Video
The trick to creating a good music video? Easy, just get incredible people to work with!
You’re Singing Too High – How I Am Learning to Love My Voice
I have a vivid memory of singing when I was nine and having the person next to me ask me to stop singing because it was hurting his ears. It hurt my feelings as much as it hurt his ears. Young Crazy Legs would sing the way I sing now, with reckless abandon to anyone in earshot. I had no understanding of range or pitch.