I have my own site (http://infinitegravity.net) and I\'ve posted two song-like tracks and 15 riffs from a practice session, along with some basic information about me, a supporting weblog and my equipment. I have the worst time naming things (like web sites and an artist name) so don\'t put too much thought into that stuff when visiting my site, etc. - because I certainly don\'t. I\'ve never even had a nickname, everyone just calls me either my first or last name...
I\'d totally dig it if you all checked it out sometime, and of course, welcome any feedback. All of my contact info is both in my profile here and also within my site. I have the most convoluted recording process on earth (so it seems) and the quality is a little bit of an issue. Also, since my process is a little crazy, what I record is only so good because it\'s hard to have the time, energy and discipline to go through with it all (composing, playing, recording and then PC/site work). So...I\'m basically doing the best I can with what I\'ve got. Finally, everything I do is solo - all parts (drums, guitar and bass).
I see you\'ve been a very busy man lately and I\'m sure that\'s good stuff.
You have Vince and DeathCubeK available for download on a paying basis. Do you know when and which titles will be available for purchase via download? I know those files consume a ton of bandwidth, however, it\'s a super-efficient process and I\'ve already bought and downloaded the two current titles.
Maybe if the cost is too (or so) high, is it possible to rotate the offerings so more of your catalog can be available? So just run two offerings at a time for a few weeks and then switch the titles?
Yeah, well, it\'s a little personal and I\'m sure no one really cares, but um, PO turns my girl on in a major way when we play it in the bedroom. Thanks Travis. My girlfriend has been playing classical piano for eight years now and she\'s dazzled and shall we say, moved, by the work on this album. It rocks. We both have an intense love for music, but our tastes are on the opposite sides of the spectrum. It\'s cool that we both have an album we can appreciate together! This album is subdued in parts and unrestrained in others. Peaks and valleys, it\'s wild. Did I mention the fact that I love this album?
You all tore that album up! I absolutely love it. It is quite "out there" for my usual tastes, but I love it anyway. You absolutely killed the frikkin keys man. Killed em - did a frikkin boot stomp - poor Hammond! Never heard you play so aggressively and raw. (Yet maybe I haven\'t listened closely enough) That was my favorite part of the whole album and I wish you appeared on more of the tracks but there\'s always tomorrow etc. Also, I thought Choptop\'s writings were deeper, more creative and had a much more dynamic delivery than previous works. I bet that album was a ton of fun to make! Thanks for the good times man.