Or, "Does tenor baritone even make sense?"
I've recently been expirmenting with the mandolin (and tuning in 5ths generally) which is a lot of fun, but maybe a bit plinky. And then, while googling for the Kawai Moonsault (don't ask) I found a bit on a guitar blog about tenor guitars, and ended up on the Eastman site again looking at the various Warren Ellis signature models. (Again.) I don't recall seeing the "Warren Ellis Tenor Baritone 2P" before though.
It's like the ghost of Eddie Vedder's vibrato. Seriously.
It's like chiptune, except it's not in tune. Reminds me of Superthriller. And that's a good thing.
Sparse and beautiful. Adore those squelchy swells at the end.
Scandi-shoegaze is apparently a thing now.
It's completely charming indie-pop with good harmonies, which frankly should be enough for the likes of you.
A random deployment.
Or, "I am starting a music blog."
Yesterday, as I was partaking in my customary post-school run, pre-work, under-caffeinated wander in the park, listening to music, enjoying the first vaguely spring-like day since the snowpocalypse I began to formulate an idea. I’m going to start a new music blog.
A loungesmooch masterclass from the Kiwi psych/rock outfit. An enormous organ deployment here, but Donald Leslie would be so proud.
Jack White's ongoing acceptance of computer-as-instrument is yielding results.