2016


2016 was undeniably a crazy year. Some of the best memories for me (KB) were made right here, making music with Chris S., Eric P., Chris R. & Peter B. Onward to 2017... 

New Stuff



It's been a fun month. We've been working on a bunch of new material (some written by me, some by Chris S.) as well as Hendrix // Doors covers. Peter Buhler also stopped by to fill in for Chris R…

Back


The past few weeks have been filled with travel, work, and other noise. It sure is good to get back to jamming. It's not entirely clear what changes we might make to the setlist for the next show, but among…

T < 1 week

We are less than a week away from the October 19th show at the Old Towne Pub. Totally stoked! Been practicing too much.

impromptu

Cecilia Sanders took over bass duties for a short performance at Caltech last Saturday night. Fun times!

Slow



During practice last night, we dug a little deeper into our setlist for the October 19th gig, and decided that about half-way through the set we need to introduce an acoustic song. We all love that idea, and I think…

Whispers


About a week ago, the audio interface in my home studio suffered a 2-inch fall. I really didn't think much of it... But last night, while listening to backing vocal tacks in solo mode, I noticed some coherent-ish noise in…

Rec

Last week, we couldn't decide on how to arrange a new song. So over the weekend, I spent some time screwing around in the studio trying to find the right feel for this thing. Then it spontaneously fell together. Excited…

Setlist

We spent some time last night trying to strike a balance between old and new material in our setlist. And we did. 100% new material feels like the right call.

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3+ or 4?

Chris and I spent an hour today arguing whether the Digguh-Dum on the second guitar track should start on three upbeat or the four downbeat... The devil is truly in the details, and sometimes it's good to agree to disagree…

5 pm

We spent 3 hours last night learning two new tracks. One of them went from a relatively straight forward two-component song to a legit (I'm using this word liberally) composition with a break-down in the middle and a key change…