Published on Friday, 13 September 2013 09:48
YAH! Today is the day! "Too Depressed for the Ukulele (Featuring Friends)" is now available EVERYWHERE! And guess what? I don't want anyone to miss out this depression-crushing track. It is available for free/pay-what-you-want from me here: Direct (Bandcamp)
Here are some other wonderful places you can get the track:
And pretty much every other digital music store you can find.
“Too Depressed for the Ukulele” is a depression-crushing ukulele rock anthem sing-along featuring a crowd-sourced chorus of ten friends and three types of ukuleles. Wanna learn more about the song? Check out ArtisTech Media's Press Release here.
Now I gotta thank everyone who participated in this track. Without these wonderful individuals, my crazy idea would have never seen the light of day. Thankyouthankyouthankyouthankyou. They made the track magical and larger than life. So hey, check them out. They flippin' rock:
Cover Design by Kara Square and TheDICE
Logo by Joel Frijters from SoundAdvantage
Take care and cause ruckus,
Published on Friday, 23 August 2013 14:56
"Too Depressed for the Ukulele (Featuring Friends)" has been official submitted for release! The release date is September 13, 2013. Thank you to the secret mixing/mastering guru who advised me AND also to Jack Burgess for his bass mixing help. Here's a sneak peak of the cover art. Thank you to TheDICE for helping the the cover art design. (I'm lucky to have such awesome friends, eh?)
Published on Friday, 09 August 2013 14:34
The final demo of "Too Depressed for the Ukulele" is up! It includes vocals from the wonderful harmony expert and ccMixter matriarch Snowflake. Now I've got to get this song ready for the official release!! In the meantime, do you have an production advice? Anything too quiet or loud?
Thank you to EVERYONE who contributed to this song. You made it magical.
Published on Thursday, 08 August 2013 10:49
Hyde Pod Corner included "Please Don't Wish Me a Merry Christmas" in episode #55 "The Hallowismas Comeback Special." The show is a combo of "comedy, music, and chat spilled from a British brain into your ears." It's rather entertaining... made me think of a radio version of Monty Python. Give a listen, folks!
The Rich Hancock Radio Show is a talk show with music hosted by Rich and Brenda out of Missouri. They share delightful banter, odd news stories, and tunes that they like. They kindly played "These Years and Still" on the Wednesday, July 31, 2013 episode. Rich claimed with perfect deadpan that I wrote the song for my pet parrot. Of course, he retracted the statement and said I'd not soon forgive him. Little did Rich know that I already have, but my cat most certainly does not forgive him. She's terribly upset that I must have a delicious pet parrot hidden somewhere in the house (she doesn't really get deadpan humor). Thanks a lot, Rich. Now I've gotta sleep with one eye open! (Do check out their show- it's quite enjoyable!)