1 Cabin, 1 Mic, 1 Guitar, 1 Week

by Jack Norton

1 cabin, 1 mic, 1 guitar, 1 week by Jack Norton
I, Jack Norton, am an Emmy Award winning singer-songwriter performing hokum blues and vaudeville folk music. Based in the United States, I recorded my most recent album “Busker’s Blues” in a cabin in a remote part of Manitoba, Canada. Armed only with a mic, a guitar and a week in the woods, the following is a journal kept by me while recording…

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Mother Coyote was a hassle to make, but I’m really proud now

by Pablo de Leon

Mother Coyote was a hassle to make but I’m really proud now by Pablo de Leon
We started out recording this album (Mother Coyote) as nothing serious. Originally it was supposed to be a four-song demo, so we started at a really slow pace. I went up to the studio maybe once a week to record some guitars or something. But as it evolved, it started to become a full album.

I began to push to get things moving faster but, a lot of problems started to come along: Like getting the drums recorded and getting the right drummer, getting the right keyboard player, someone to mix and master and someone to make the album cover. Everything took almost two years, and it was a real hassle, but now I feel very proud, and it turned out to be a great album!!

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The Birth of Grunge- “91”- And The Death of Drums- “Taon II”

by ION

The Birth of Grunge- "91"- And The Death of Drums- "Taon II" by ION

(In the Tempo of the Dog, please…)

“Can’t smoke, can’t drink, can’t dance, can’t sing,
can’t punk, can’t folk, can’t fight, can’t fall anymore…”

– “Taon II”

All that is not entirely true.

I can still sing.

And punk.

And fall…

like you wouldn’t believe.

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