Hey EC !
Boy, have I been busy lately! I'm in the process of releasing the next Stilletid LP by Ditlev & Det Rødhårede Spektakel, and it has been a long recording process. We started in December of last year, and finished recording a few months ago. Kenni (of Kenni & Lasse) played bass, as well as mastered the record; and Daniel Bitsch played drums, yet his time he can dedicate to the band is very limited, so rehearsals are pretty rare. Still he is most likely the best drummer I ever played with. He can play the hell out of a tiny kit, and to my experience that takes a talented drummer. Maybe even more so than the guy with the billion toms trying to be Lars Ulrich. Anyways I got the test pressings for the new LP and they sound amazing. Now I'm just waiting for the pressing plant to send me the final 100 records.
Here's a new track I made for the good people of EC today. It is only available on here and I plan on keeping it that way. It's made using only my voice and my tiny Acer laptop, but I had a lot of fun messing around with Audacity for the first time in years!
Hey Guys n gals of EC!
My new band with Florida-based musician James Frown (drums) still needs a bassist and a keyboard player! Still don’t know for sure, but maybe A.J. Herring will play guitar! It started with me writing six songs for a demo, but instead of writing the music too I only wrote lyrics. Actually it started before that when I put posters up around town for non existent gigs by nonexistent bands with names like “Baby Ray & The HonkyTonk Assholes”, “The angry idiots” and “MorgenJern”. The address of the venue was usually corresponding to a rural gas station or some guy's field. Then someone called me out on that last band name sounding like a Black Metal band, but a black metal band with something as rare as a sense of humor (Morgenjern means morning iron. Slang for waking up with an erection for no reason) So I wrote the before mentioned lyrics for the six track Demo Nattesved (Nightsweats) and decided I for once wouldn’t be playing guitar, just screaming my silly lyrics in Danish, and have friends around the globe play the instruments! We will just be sending wav files to each other, then add our instrument and send it on. Sort of like the EC add n pass tapes, but working on it together! I don’t care if I pick the best bassist or keyboard player among you, so I’m just going to have the first person who comments they want to play bass or Ø on here do it. Auditions are lame any way.
Oh yeah make sure you can do multitrack recordings before volunteering!