A few concert posters that I’ve designed for various gigs / bands.
Here’s a cut off The Muckrakes upcoming CD, Grandiphonia.
Although this version of “Young & Crazy" will NOT be on the CD, I decided to release it on my blog to give you an idea of the music that were working with and revamping.
When the CD is released, compare the two versions. I’m sure you’ll be a lil’ shocked to hear the difference in structure, instrumentation and inflection.
Where I live is about to get creamed by Hurricane Earl this weekend.
Trailer Park Love Story by The Muckrakes, recorded in Richmond, VA. at The Capital Ale & Music Hall.
Sounds like the stack of leftovers in old margarine tubs, wobbling on the wire shelves of a ColdPoint fridge, tilting forward on the cigarette-burned kitchen linoleum of a 1978 single-wide, propped up on chocks cut from a telephone pole in the Goldrun Village Trailer Park.
Sugar Darlin’ by The Muckrakes. “Love is a rollercoaster, let’s take it for a ride”. The band will be playing in Newport News, VA tonight at 9PM.
For “Free Music Tuesday”, here’s “Until They’re Gone" by The Muckrakes. Another download to the song can be found at this link: http://bit.ly/bTdAes
It’s Thursday, that means “punk rock” mayhem. With that said, here a video of me breaking my collar bone as I played with with The Trauma Dolls. There’s also some blood and broken glass. Good times, good times.
Best thing about being from the south….
Poster for The Muckrakes gig in Norfolk, VA at The Colley Cantina on October 19th @ 9PM.
The Bottle Babies playing “Kick Out The Jams” by MC5 in Norfolk, VA. @ Club 37th & Zen. I played until my fingers bled that night…literally.
CD COVER DESIGN
Asking help for a CD cover design. The CD is for my band, The Muckrakes. The name of the CD is “Grandiphonia”.
Music style is a mixture of lo-fi Americana rock meeting a stack of leftovers in old margarine tubs, wobbling on the wire shelves of a ColdPoint fridge, tilting forward on the cigarette-burned kitchen linoleum of a 1978 single-wide, propped up on chocks cut from a telephone pole in the Goldrun Village RV park.
We like to stand tall and enjoy stomping strongly through weedy stagnant undergrowth with deftly articulated songs, lyrical stories wrought from heady memories, and music-craft from the backwaters of The Old Dominion.
Anyway, we can’t offer much. But we can offer credit art to the CD on both our website and cover inner sleeve as well as a slew of band merchandise and tickets to every show as well as link and promo from all of our networking sites.
We can be seen and heard:
And found on facebook
C’mon artist…help a band in need and get noticed. Let’s see what ya’ll got.
Deadline: Oct 15th, 2010