Let's hear your band.

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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by rudager » 11 May 2017, 09:17

Clusterpod wrote:
rudager wrote:Our new single we released recently. S
Great tune. Love your tone. That snare though. Holy moly!
Even my wife walked in and asked what was playing.
Thanks man. We're stoked with it. The drummer and producer (who is a drummer) A/Bd a few snares and I'm pretty sure they ended up using our drummer's custom WETA snare from New Zealand.

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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by cleary » 11 May 2017, 20:39

slashin_velvet wrote:Here's my bands debut EP - hope you like it!

https://lastlivingthingband.bandcamp.co ... what-i-saw
Congrats on the debut! Reminded me of early (and frankly, better) Something For Kate with bits of Bluebottle Kiss thrown into the mix. Nice one :)
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Post by cleary » 11 May 2017, 20:41

rudager wrote:Our new single we released recently. Super happy with how it turned out.
Used my trusty Jazz with Fralins through the very SVT2 rig which Jon from Karnivool used on Sound Awake.
BEAD tuning. Rolled the bridge pickup off about a quarter turn for more of a P/J sound.
Produced by Matt Bartlem at Loose Stones Studios.
Video bt ShotByTyse.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYVi7oHYE0g
What a cracker, really enjoyed this - nice job :)

I went back to the Passenger single, did you play bass on that track too? (asking out of curiousity only, everyone in the band changed their looks pretty drastically since then, it seemed like you may have changed a bit too much to be the same person ;) )
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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by rudager » 12 May 2017, 07:53

cleary wrote:
rudager wrote:Our new single we released recently. Super happy with how it turned out.
Used my trusty Jazz with Fralins through the very SVT2 rig which Jon from Karnivool used on Sound Awake.
BEAD tuning. Rolled the bridge pickup off about a quarter turn for more of a P/J sound.
Produced by Matt Bartlem at Loose Stones Studios.
Video bt ShotByTyse.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYVi7oHYE0g
What a cracker, really enjoyed this - nice job :)

I went back to the Passenger single, did you play bass on that track too? (asking out of curiousity only, everyone in the band changed their looks pretty drastically since then, it seemed like you may have changed a bit too much to be the same person ;) )
Haha, I wish I was as good looking as the previous bassist! :lol: No, the boys did almost 10 years and two albums as a band in NZ before moving to Australia a couple of years ago. Chris had to stay in Auckland because of family reasons, so I was lucky to get to fill the spot.

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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by Ox Boris » 14 May 2017, 03:40

Here's our new band, Get Lucky doing The Divinyls' Boys In Town.

https://www.facebook.com/GetLuckyTownsv ... 137141859/

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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by Alan » 09 Jun 2017, 18:53

Here's our newly-formed funk/rock band's first cover of Anderson Paak's 'Put Me Thru', featuring Mailloux #005 in action (nothing too technical, but there's some nice slides):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnuuVZR_154
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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by slowlearner » 27 Jul 2017, 14:47

This is a project I've been working on for some time. A sort of trilogy of songs, although it ended up with an intro tune and a sort of bit on the end. I guess it's an EP. I've learned a LOT about recording and EQing through recording it.



This is the complete EP in one sitting.
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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by cleary » 28 Jul 2017, 14:07

slowlearner wrote:
27 Jul 2017, 14:47
This is a project I've been working on for some time. A sort of trilogy of songs, although it ended up with an intro tune and a sort of bit on the end. I guess it's an EP. I've learned a LOT about recording and EQing through recording it.



This is the complete EP in one sitting.
Hey congrats on getting it finished :)

I just listened through, and overall the vocals were a highlight - reminded me a bit of Roy Orbison a bit I think
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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by cleary » 28 Jul 2017, 14:09

Alan wrote:
09 Jun 2017, 18:53
Here's our newly-formed funk/rock band's first cover of Anderson Paak's 'Put Me Thru', featuring Mailloux #005 in action (nothing too technical, but there's some nice slides):

That was excellent - had a listen to your Hiatus Kaiyote cover too, you guys aren't mucking around. Great stuff :)
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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by narcdor » 28 Jul 2017, 14:19

slowlearner wrote:
27 Jul 2017, 14:47
This is a project I've been working on for some time. A sort of trilogy of songs, although it ended up with an intro tune and a sort of bit on the end. I guess it's an EP. I've learned a LOT about recording and EQing through recording it.
Nice! Digging it.
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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by Ox Boris » 28 Jul 2017, 14:27

Here's something from last weekend.
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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by ozrider » 28 Jul 2017, 14:38

dazzla wrote:
12 Mar 2017, 11:51
This is a promo for a new band I am involved in. We basically play funk, soul and jazz tunes (no jazz on this promo). An absolute pleasure playing bass/synth in this outfit, great players and open forum for suggestions and arrangements. :thumbup:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHPjHbstG7c
me likey :thumbup:

How many in your ensemble?

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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by StinkyPete » 28 Jul 2017, 21:59

ozrider wrote:
28 Jul 2017, 14:38
dazzla wrote:
12 Mar 2017, 11:51
This is a promo for a new band I am involved in. We basically play funk, soul and jazz tunes (no jazz on this promo). An absolute pleasure playing bass/synth in this outfit, great players and open forum for suggestions and arrangements. :thumbup:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHPjHbstG7c
me likey :thumbup:

How many in your ensemble?
Same here, really like this. Great sound and would be a very entertaining show.
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Re: Let's hear your band.

Post by Alan » 30 Jul 2017, 19:56

cleary wrote: That was excellent - had a listen to your Hiatus Kaiyote cover too, you guys aren't mucking around. Great stuff :)
You're too kind. Thanks mate.
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Post by dazzla » 02 Aug 2017, 19:37

ozrider wrote:
28 Jul 2017, 14:38
dazzla wrote:
12 Mar 2017, 11:51
This is a promo for a new band I am involved in. We basically play funk, soul and jazz tunes (no jazz on this promo). An absolute pleasure playing bass/synth in this outfit, great players and open forum for suggestions and arrangements. :thumbup:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHPjHbstG7c
me likey :thumbup:

How many in your ensemble?
Thanks for the listen guys, really appreciate the kind words :)
The band is 7 piece at full noise but we have packages of duo/trio and quartet etc as well. We figure that the 7 piece won't get that much work tbh, especially with venues in SE QLD.
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