It’s been a really long time since I have posted anything in this blog let alone making any videos. That changes today.
At this moment, I’ve released the music video for Dystopian Futures. This is the title track from their upcoming EP Low Arts. This was the first video I made that is in black and white. I had fun filming and editing as I threw in some stealth puns while also satirizing various current events.
Here’s a huge #TBT post for today!
This is Trocar Buttons. I’ve posted one of their videos before on my blog, but now you’ll get tons of videos from them from their show at Rediscover Records from 2014. I really miss this band and I hope everyone can continue making music.
Throwback Thursday time!
These would be my friends in Trocar Buttons. They were an experimental rock quartet who uses guitar, bass, drums, and viola to make these arty soundscapes.
Check out their EP: https://trocarbuttons.bandcamp.com/
Here’s one of the most recent videos I’ve filmed.
This is El Socko. They are a band who uses surrealist humor and performance pieces in between their songs. At this show, they used cardboard buildings, Godzilla costumes, pink ukuleles, Sin Cara (yes, as in the WWE luchador wrestler) masks, and sun costumes. It was a whirlwind of fun and trippiness.
Welcome to another Throwback Thursday installment!
I actually made these videos only a few months before starting an Autumn Peal blog. This trio is Lower Automation. They’re a mathcore band from Wheaton, IL. I’ve known Derek (lead singer/guitarist) for years with his old band Counterfeit I back when I was more active in the music scene. It was great seeing this new music with this current project.
For those of you not aware, I’ve been doing a weekly project with my Ospreyshire moniker.
Every week, I post a katauta poem with some minimalistic music to go with it. Here are entries 2, 3, and 4 which came out a while ago.
Feel free to follow the Ospreyshire blog at http://ospreyshire.wordpress.com.
You can download the debut Ospreyshire EP at http://ospreyshire.bandcamp.com
Here’s this week’s #TBT!
This is post-metal band Tundras. They play heavy instrumental music and I caught them playing at Side Street back in 2014.
Check them out athttp://facebook.com/tundrasillinois.