scum piano sand guitar is, at its heart, a piano and guitar piece–but this whirlwind collaboration with multidimensional artist vylter will amazingly tear itself apart and reconstruct itself right before your very ears! Out now for streaming and download via vylter’s Bandcamp page.
This music fell into place very quickly and with the most excellent results.
Yours truly on guitar on track 10 (“Rash Of Infertility”) on this crazy collaboration with my friend Bret Hart and ’80s DIY icon Tom Furgas! An extreme gathering of outsider guitarists!
Tom Furgas: Mixcraft Pro Studio 6 software
Bret Hart: guitar, percussion, StrumStick, cheap keyboard, Ebow, field recordings, arrangements
with guest frontal guitarists:
Bill Brovold [t2]
Don Campau [t7]
Nick Didkovsky [t4]
Jerry Ford [t6]
Eric Hausmann [t5]
Bob Jordan [t3]
Jerry King [t8]
Jeff McLeod [t10]
Pete Zolli [t9]
A new track from my trio Stull is now up on Soundcloud. Tracy builds the haunted house, while Stephen and I conjure the dreary atmosphere.
I’m very happy to share a new gowith recording with you in this new year! Heralds is the result of a lengthy day of recording that we whittled down to just the stuff that floated out boats in the best ways. Marshall and I are really pleased with the way this one turned out, and offer it to you for streaming and download on our Bandcamp site. We hope you dig this dark, freaky, dismal little journey into 2019.
Stull is a long-running improvisational group with me on guitar and Tracy Harris on drums. Our friend Stephen McClurg joins us now on bass, and we’re putting some recordings of a recent get-together at The Subversive Workshop up on Soundcloud. Here are a couple for you to get into a deep space freakout with…
Preorders for Clawing’s Labour are now up at Grey Matter Productions.
Check out the new promo video for the upcoming Clawing album Labour from Gray Matter Productions. Out Oct. 31!
Courtesy of The Sound Not The Word.
…and still all kindsa outdated. But it looks better. The news section will always be current, followed closely by the works section, where you can listen to and purchase music. Despite me easily getting bored with it, everything else at jeffmcleod.net is slowly getting there. Thanks for listening.