“Song” (Used 10 times)
ArtofEscapism on 09/24/2018 at 11:23AM
Whew! Music is hard work. :-) I could write a short story of all the ideas I have for this album. Between creating a working, innovative central theme, researching the technical requirements to make a constructed language work and my actual daytime work for a living, ah who am I kidding, I actually still have plenty of free time. Lol. I've not been procrastinating so much as I've been avoiding. Haha. All kidding aside, though, every day I'm consistently humming out new ideas or modifying sections of progressed tracks to further reinforce the album foundation before moving forward. Hoping for a tentative release date of November 1st so fingers crossed and fly high.
MC_Cullah on 05/09/2018 at 12:18PM
Why, man he doth bestride the narrow world like a “Cullahsus”; and we petty men walk under his huge legs and peep about to find ourselves dishonorable graves.
With his aptly named brand new genre-transcending album of Cullahsus, Cullah takes us back to his roots (Well, as "roots" as it gets for a 27-year-old who has already released 12 albums). His powerful voice, funky beats, and that Milwaukee melodic spirit that never left now accompanies every song. Budgeting his food solely from the small amount money he makes from Spotify since he has refused to fully commercialize his music; he declares his resolute spirit through “King Jebediah (The Falcon Messiah)”. The themes infused the album are a lack of control of circumstances to a larger benevolent beast. In Cullah’s case, King Jebediah seems to be the music itself that he creates and is provided by.
This is the first year that he has been able to concentrate his efforts solely on creating his music. Unhindered by other responsibilities, in “Hurrycane” and “Helios 3” he seems to be both overwhelmed and liberated in the storms and boundless space of creativity. Despite these new joys and pains, a bit of the previous “Cullahmity” album influences “Cullahsus”. A heartbroken Irish trill echoes in “The Grief of Ceridwen” illustrating the loneliness that comes with the freedom expressed in his other songs.
Find out more on his website: http://cullah.com
ArtofEscapism on 06/22/2017 at 06:14PM
Hello & thanks for checking out my first ever blog entry. I've been working on a vocal album for the past several months and, recently, the project has finally started to find its musical footing. Combining influence from my former conlang, "Fhair", and inspiration from Gaelic languages & Old English dialects, I developed a much more intricate and exclusive language that feels cohesive with my library of vocal synthesizers. During a recording session, my true passion becomes the assimilation and eventual composition of the vastly dissimilar worlds of harmony and dissonance. I plan to release, at least, 1 or 2 tracks intermittently and hope some of you will give both my old and new songs a listen and honest evaluation. My style should continue to change as I grow into a better musician and I want to continue to make some songs for all of your various projects as long as this site exists. So long as I can slam on a piano and make something angry sound like something done on purpose, I plan to continue on until I'm fresh out of ideas. Thanks for reading my psycho babble, be sure to keep your eyes pealed for the album & until then, fly high.
Noise_Problems on 02/12/2012 at 11:10PM
The Cherry Blossoms live at the OCCII in the first of Hallo Gallo nights is Noise Problems #3. Check out the whole show is memorable! Thank you Blossoms!
The_Painters on 12/22/2009 at 05:58PM
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