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deeperclaritynet on 07/17/2018 at 08:02PM
I chose to join the FMA because I believe that my music should be accessible to everyone regardless of money ! All of my music is available "pay what you want" on bandcamp, so it was only natural to move onto here as well. I've toured around alot of the country and have been making music for a long time, so I've developed alot of goals and principles for my music. I'm especially focused on making calm and thoughtful music, and it's exciting to me to make music of this ilk more available to the public (especially through means that aren't spotify/itunes etc!) Here is a bio that goes more in depth about my music :
A focused, painterly approach can be found throughout Philadelphian musician Tim Woulfe’s discography. Whether describing a single night of sleep on The Sleep Cycles (2016), the course of an average day on Silence (2017) or the myriad other explorations of place, person and nature on the many albums and EP’s that have been steadily released since 2013, Woulfe builds each track from the ground up with field recordings, nylon guitars, vocal harmonies and whatever else happens to be lying around the room at the time. These many layers make the songs feel human and lived in, a distinctly personal and stabilizing attempt at embodying stillness and softness in an often harsh and overwhelming world.
noisemaxim on 05/08/2016 at 09:57AMVia Southern City's Lab » Visit Blog » 0 COMMENTS
Giver_of_Illness on 04/24/2015 at 04:24PM
AK'CHAMEL (OR THE FMA) IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANYTHING THAT IS CONJURED FROM THESE WORKS.
Free download this album at http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Akchamel/
Boston_Hassle on 05/05/2014 at 06:06AM
MARTY KINGS - XVII (TUNNEL OF LOVE's Andy MacBain quietly releases juggernaut of a solo garage punk-pop record)
If ever there was a quintessential garage rock monster of Massachusetts, who haunts and wreaks music havoc on it's denizens across generations, suggesting some type of immortal rock quality about him.. it is Andy Macbain. Boston is lucky to have such a character. Macbains initial fuzzy footprint was left by the humungous chucks of TUNNEL OF LOVE. Ten years ago it was Tunnel Of Love instilling fear in the hearts of young Bostonians, those who dared to venture into the basement. In recent past Macbain has been stirring up shit with his trio THE MONSIEURS who (at least for those who don't remember TOL) are IT for nasty garage pop in Boston. But this project? This is a project - The Marty Kings - Macbain's latest solo venutre is a testament to why this guy needs no one. He will always be a monster of gnarly rock and roll glory and you know it'll be true because it won't matter who is around to participate or witness, Macbain will be not be stopped. People need to hear this and if need be, follow the man into hell.
- Sam Potrykus
CJSW_Music on 08/15/2013 at 01:30PM
Calgary has seen many bands come and go, but for many, there remains a special place on our iTunes playlist for psych-pop experimenters Hunter-Gatherer.
Taking the swirling cacophony of Animal Collective and channeling it through the fuzz of early-90's guitar pop, Hunter-Gatherer quickly amassed a devoted following, playing Sled Island and other high-profile gigs, before members went on to other projects (including The Cable-Knits, an outfit with a similar sound). On their sole release, a four song cassette from 2009, the band's pairing of dreamy vocals and spiky guitars laid the groundwork, along with Braids and Women, for many of Calgary's young indie bands (Gretchen, Faux Fur, et al). You might have to "hunt" for their tape, but once you find it, I "gather" you'll fall in love.