Hey thanks a lot, I am just getting into writing and recording so we will see where i end up. I am listening to your tracks now. The guitar sounds really good. What you playing?
This is hilarious - hilariously great!
Really great lyrics here, I love this kind of song. wild stuff
Thats a great acoustic song.
ur lyrics are brilliant....all goes well together. The video is cool too. hehe. Nicely done in the PJ's. :)
Great tune, and I love the singing and strumming patterns.
Cool story telling in these lyrics.
nice chords. cool raw feel.
Oh, yeah! Very cool. I like how it was recorded. What did you use?
I like it! A nice mellow tune with cool chords.
Very raw . Great .
Sounding good! I especially like the change at the 3:11 mark. Not that location matters, but you definitly have that New Zealand sound (which I mean as a compliment).
I like your stuff a lot. I especially like the guitar riff in the opening. Your music reminds me of Sebadoh in their golden years. Nice!
I like the guitar solo and who cares if the vocals are wobbly? They sound just fine to me.
What can I say? Something like this track has the potential to either be a novelty or brilliant. I don't think there's many musicians that would take a risk like this. You sir, created something that shines. This is amazing!
What a great chord progression. Nice production, too.
I love the snaky guitar sound.
I like the chord progression, and how annoyed your wife sounds with your daughter asking over and over if it's ready.
This sounds great. Have you ever heard of Bongwater or do know of the producer/musician Kramer?
That loop from the 13 second mark the 3:37 mark sounds really cool and slithery. I'm going to have to listen to this with the headphones on.
This is really good. Lots of changes to this track keep it moving and interesting.
I really like the chord progression on this one. The production is really good, too.
I dig the guitar solo. I was wishing it didn't end so abruptly.
This sounds really pretty. I'm going to have to listen to this when the kids aren't in the next room to fully appreciate the instrumentation. Your voice reminds me a little bit of Isobel Campbell.
I'm really enjoying your songs. These harmonies could make Brian Wilson retire from music.
You seem to have taken a page out of Guided by Voices book by writing this strange little track and making it just long enough to get stuck in my head, but not long enough to overstay it's welcome, so that when it ends I have no choice but to push the play button again.
You guys sound tight. Everything works so well together. You all sound like you've got some good chemistry between all band members. Thanks for posting this.
This is a great song. I like the distortion on the guitar.
That guitar is on fire!
I dig how your extended, Pixies-esque jam session segues into a completely different song.
Wonderful! Would love to hear more please.