brings with him the philosophy of history’s great songwriters
“a song and a friend for every mile behind”. It’ll only take listening to one or two lines to find a writer of considered craft, values nested in a time of country folk music when all that mattered was the song itself.
For a time I was living in an alley side garage nicknamed ‘The Cabin’ as it were imagined to be, but for the sounds of the inner city bustle. The songs on ‘Cabin Demos’ were self recorded with the help of the wonderful Ben Franz who plays the Pedal Steel Guitar.
while you’re there you should go explore the ‘No-Fi Headphone Time’recordings back catalog.
The following is a selection of live ‘takeaway’ videos. All audio is captured during the performance, the only editing that might occur is in the footage.
I decided to go the home grown route of making my own tees. My nephew Luka illustrated my face for a x-mas present one year, so ever since I’ve wanted to print it. I watched a bunch of tutorials, gathered some screen printing supplies, and these are the results.
The tees are what I’ve been calling ‘Charity Stock’ meaning I hunt them all from the local op shops and thrift stores. Therefore they are completely random sizes, styles, and colours, all of which hand screened by yours truly with eco inks.
There are also Trucker Hats and Koozies/Stubbie Holders that were printed by my buddy Ry at Lundy Print Co. in Vancouver BC, Canada.
Limited stock is available through Band Camp, though currently tees are only available at shows.
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