#1
If you click on the first song, they'll all play:

http://soundcloud.com/brian-krashpad

Plus there's little picture thingies to sorta illustrate each song for those with no imagination.

Have fun kids.

And Happy MLK to all in the US.
#2
How did you get your sounds in terms of production? I listened to the first three, I think Stevo is kinda cool. The vocal style isn't one I usually prefer, but in the context of the songs it fits. I'm sure it could grow on me given enough listens. Good job getting a 10 song album done, not an easy feat! Haha

I let the rest of it play actually after I made this post initially, and I found myself bobbing my head without realizing it. There is a charm to these songs that I'm enjoying.
Last edited by The Spoon at Jan 16, 2012,
#3
Quote by The Spoon
How did you get your sounds in terms of production? I listened to the first three, I think Stevo is kinda cool. The vocal style isn't one I usually prefer, but in the context of the songs it fits. I'm sure it could grow on me given enough listens. Good job getting a 10 song album done, not an easy feat! Haha

I let the rest of it play actually after I made this post initially, and I found myself bobbing my head without realizing it. There is a charm to these songs that I'm enjoying.


The album was recorded at Goldentone Studio, here in Gainesville (FL), by Rob McGregor. He's recorded most of the indie/punk bands from GNV (Hot Water Music, Less Than Jake, Against Me, etc.), and mastered by Rodney Mills in ATL. Here's the scoop on him:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodney_Mills

We recorded relatively old school: mic'd amps, no effects to speak of. Guitars were a Gibson Les Paul Classic into a Fender Super Champ XD (set on the Vox model), and a Gibson SG into a Sovtek MiG 50H (into a DIY 2x12). I also used a Fender Telecaster Special on Stevo. Bass was an Epi Tbird into a '60's Sunn 200S and an Ampeg 1x15 cab.