Here’s a Katauta video where I use an instrument again. This would be a rain stick for those of you who have never seen it before. I thought it would give some nice ambience to this poem.
Also, yes. I’m wearing a Battle Royale shirt. I might get trolled by Hunger Games fans for doing so. Haha!
I thought I would try something new in Ospreyshire’s Realm. As you may know, I’m part of the ZAP Records family for the Ospreyshire project. They are a UK-based independent label that’s owned my my buddy Dave Emmerson from The Old-Timers, Their Throats Are Open Tombs, and Dystopian Futures. I thought I would do something where I can talk about my labelmates and expose you to some good music that you won’t find on a Top 40 station or Billboard’s Charts.
Here’s the newest album from the ZAP family: Truckstop Fear by Easter Teeth.
They are an experimental noise punk band from California and they make some really creative and angular tunes. They are duo consisting of two brothers making some inventive music. What makes them stand out is that they DON’T use guitars in their songs. Only drums, bass, keyboards, and other things besides a six-string.
Feel free to check them out!
Also, in other news…today’s actually my birthday. No, really. Hahaha! It’s probably going to be low-key though.
Have a great day.
I’ve been negligent in incorporating instruments into my Katauta projects, so I decided to debut one of my panflutes for this minimalist spoken word piece.
It was fun trying to come up with a linear, yet noticeable melody in between each line of the katauta as a motif. Maybe I should use this instrument more often in recordings or possibly if I decide to do this Ospreyshire thing live at concerts.
I have a hard time smiling most days anyway regardless of the situation.
I finally made it to the halfway point of my little challenge.
Look at that, I briefly scream in this video. I had to restrain some of my rage in this performance.
The seconds are drained away as I stay ever diligent.
Not everything is well and me being sick didn’t help.
The apathy astounds me as bad things happen in this world.
I finally brought the ukulele again for this Katauta video. There’s way too much hatred going on especially over these past few days, and it needs to stop. Denial only goes so far, people.